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Buckwheat Pancakes with Raspberries, Walnuts and Maple Syrup

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Hi guys! You’re going to L.O.V.E. this recipe. It makes me feel good just looking at it (i.e. salivate)! And the great thing is is that it actually is really beneficial for your kidneys. Here’s why:

1. The overall effect of this recipe on the body is alkalising – which is one of the most important actions necessary to retaining and maintaining good kidney function.

2. Buckwheat is a fantastic gluten free grain, that not only allows for delicious pancakes to be made, but because it is gluten free it is totally edible for those with IgA Nephropathy kidney disease. Gluten exacerbates this condition.

3. And lastly because it is packed with two super foods: raspberries and walnuts. Both of these super foods actually have qualities that are beneficial for the kidneys. Particularly as seen from a traditional Chinese medicine perspective. Raspberries enrich and cleanse the kidneys, control urinary function, and treat anemia – which is a common complication of kidney disease. Walnuts on the other hand nourish the kidney-adrenals, including the brain.

A definite must to spice up your kidney diet!

Asparagus, Green Bean, and Lemon Zest Salad

Kidney tonifying asparagus and beans, team up in this satisfying salad that’s as delicious as it is healthy.

I came across this delicious recipe not too long ago and just had to share. Not only is it beneficial for your kidneys but is also really tasty. Both asparagus and green bean are renowned for their kidney healing benefits within Traditional Chinese Medicine. Check it out below. Serve it up for your next family meal, or when you are next entertaining guests. It really is that versatile.


Cooking & preparation time: 20mins

Kidney Recipe - Asparagus and Green Bean Salad


  • 225g (½ pound) green (string) beans
  • 340g (¾ pound) asparagus, trimmed off ends
  • ½ an onion, preferably red
  • 1 lemon, zested and juiced
  • 1 cup parsley, flat-leaf parsley preferred
  • 2 tomatoes thinly sliced lengthwise
  • ¼ cup extra-virgin olive oil
  • ½ cup basil
  • ¼ cup grated hard cheese (e.g. Parmigiano-Reggiano/Parmesan)
  • 1 clove garlic, removed from skin
  • Salt and pepper to taste

Top 11 Superfoods List – To Supercharge Your Meals At Home

Wouldn’t you love to access your fridge at home, like a mechanic accesses his toolbox, to heal yourself as he would ‘heal’ his car? Sounds impossible right? Well it’s not.

Through today’s research a lot of the old anecdotes are now confirmed if not exceeded in their validity.  We all heard the sayings “Eat your vegetables they will make grow big and strong” or even “It’ll put hair on your chest!”  (Though that latter one I still have my doubts on).

Through scientific research they have confirmed certain foods are in fact higher, pound for pound, in their nutritional and phytochemical content, thus making them ‘SuperFoods’ (or foods that give you more bang for your buck).

What are phytochemicals? Phytochemicals are naturally occurring compounds that plants produce to protect themselves (against bacteria, viruses and fungi), improve their structure or even act as chemical messengers within the plant. Once eaten by humans however, they (phytochemicals) take on a new role turning into some of the most potent health enhancing substances known to man.

“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food”
(Hippocrates –AKA: ‘the father of medicine’ 460BC – 370BC)

So where to start and what are the best Superfoods?
In the media there seems to be more and more foods being labelled ‘SuperFoods’ in a bid to cash in on this new catch term, unfortunately this is causing confusion within the public. So I have selected my best of the best, to get you kicked started quickly to optimum wellness. To begin your journey to optimum wellness it only takes one serve a day from the selection of SuperFoods below. Add more if you desire, though rotation is the key.

So here is my magnificent 11 superfoods list: