Dr. Trevor Cates' Recipe Blog
What you eat can have a big effect on your skin. Many nutrients and foods can and do nourish the skin from the inside out. I’m excited to share with you some of my favorite skin-nourishing and cleansing recipes.
Creamy Cilantro Green Pea Soup
The vibrant green color and crisp flavors of this creamy pea soup has cilantro, which adds extra vitamin C to energize your body for spring.
Black Bean and Swiss Chard Soup
Warming cayenne and paprika give this soup extra heat to keep you toasty through the wintertime. The high fiber and antioxidant content help support hormonal harmony.
Barley Salad with Roasted Winter Squash
This flavorful, hearty salad is a classic seasonal combination of winter squash, fennel, onion, and orange. Together, these ingredients provide an array of immune-boosting nutrients, including vitamin C, beta carotene, selenium, and zinc. For a gluten-free version, substitute buckwheat for the barley.
Beet Ginger Smoothie Juice
You can enjoy this as a breakfast smoothie or a beverage on its own. Beets are full of nutrients such as folate and magnesium, and the celery, kale, apple, and hemp seeds give it an extra fiber punch.
Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Apple Salad
Relish fall flavors with this salad topped with warm and delicious apples and brussels sprouts with a light sweetness from raw honey and pomegranate seeds. It's so naturally colorful, which means antioxidants abound!
Pumpkin Spice Smoothie
Bring in the fall flavors of pumpkin, cinnamon, and ginger in the form of a nourishing smoothie. Pumpkin is rich in the antioxidant beta carotene, cinnamon helps balance blood sugar, and ginger aids digestion. The perfect combination for a fall reset!
Beau Pa’s Cookies
My father would be proud to see his cookies here. He’s no longer with us, but his legendary cookies live on. Though he never followed a recipe, my daughter Thalia and I came up with a recipe I think he’d be happy to see! This is the perfect chewy treat with fall-focused spices and dried
Turmeric gives a golden appearance and an anti-inflammatory perk to this deliciously tropical recipe. Maca is an adaptogenic plant belonging to the brassica family; adding it to this smoothie provides extra nourishment and hormone-balancing support.
Cucumbers are both hydrating and refreshing, making them the perfect summer veggie. Mixed with radishes, fresh mint, and parsley, this is a cooling dish for hot summer days.
Ginger Peach Smoothie
Full of vitamins, antioxidants, minerals, and protein. Enjoy this spring treat made with our own All-In-One Daily Shake powder.