Peggy, a registered holistic nutritionist and author of Must Have Been Something I Ate, shared a few of her favorite energy-boosting, nutrient-dense whole food recipes that maximize flavor: zucchini linguine, chocolate chip quinoa cookies and pumpkin puree chocolate mousse. Peggy demonstrated how simple tweaks to recipes can make your favorite dishes extraordinarily healthy.
Vega SaviSeeds are a key ingredient in Peggy’s zucchini linguine—after trying them, Matt Lauer remarked they were “delicious.” SaviSeeds, or sacha inchi seeds, are the richest plant-based source of omega-3s on the planet. Borne from star-shaped pods and native to the Amazon rainforest, sacha inchi seeds have been cultivated and consumed for centuries in Peru.
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