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27-Jan-2011

Radiant from Within

Creamy Tahini Kale & Breath to Get Disease Out

Radiance is a state of being generated from the inside of you by eating healthy foods, thinking positive thoughts and practicing activities that uplift and support you in body, mind and spirit. In this Food & Flow episode, Melissa demonstrates how to prepare a quick, easy (only 6 ingredients) and savory Creamy Tahini Kale dish (for more on the value of leafy greens read Melissa's article: Go for the Greens) that is not only tasty, but also cleanses the digestive and elimination systems. In the yoga segment, Camilla sits you down to do a 3-minute pranayama (breathing exercise) that will leave you glowing from the tips of your toes to the top of your crown.

For downloads of the recipe and yoga exercise see below.
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Healthy Food Chef: Melissa Costello of Karma Chow, Author of The Karma Chow Ultimate Cookbook: 125+ Delectable Plant-Based Vegan Recipes for a Fit, Happy, Healthy You 
Yoga Instructor: Camilla Granasen of Camilla Yoga & Meditation

Food & Flow videos produced by Yogamint
Filmed and Edited by Amy E. Williams of Mangotree Productions.
Gratitude to Tony Horton for the use of his home to film this video.

Creamy Tahini Kale Creamy Tahini Kale (53 KB)

Pranayama to Get Disease Out Pranayama to Get Disease Out (50 KB)

Recommended Read: Clean Food: A Seasonal Guide to Eating Close to the Source with More Than 200 Recipes for a Healthy and Sustainable You


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Chelly commented on 29-Jan-2011 06:31 AM5 out of 5 stars

I would love to have just the recipe as well, so I can just look at it and know what I need to buy, without having to write it down from the video. Loved the video, though.

The Yogamint Crew commented on 29-Jan-2011 10:56 AM3 out of 5 stars

Hi Chelly, Glad you love the video. You can download the recipe from the pdf file on this page. Just scroll down below the book recommendation. Enjoy.

Anonymous commented on 29-Jan-2011 06:42 PM3 out of 5 stars

LOL Yeah, I really appreciate this info, even tho I think the chef may have to check her lines... DNA is IN the cells, it's not THE cells, and kale doesn't repair cancer cells, it helps our body's natural ability to recognize and destroy cancer cells. Kale is also very good for your eyes, so if you have any kind of degenerative eye disease, this leafy green is highly recommended.

Alexandra commented on 29-Jan-2011 06:48 PM3 out of 5 stars

Oh, how timely! Just today I bought a bunch of kale at the farmer's market and wasn't quite sure how I was going to prepare it. Can't wait to try this! Thanks for sharing.

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