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High Vibrational Is the New Organic

There’s a saying that “everything old is new again.” We see it with art, fashion, design, and I personally see it play out time and again in the health world. Take yoga, for example. It actually goes back to ancient India, yet only became popular in the West in the mid-20th century. And it still took another 50 years for Westerners to see it as something everyone can do as part of a healthy lifestyle, not just contortionists and “free spirits.” Organics and superfoods are two more great examples. Only recently has the idea of superfoods garnered mainstream attention, even... Continue Reading

Honey Pumpkin Pie

Who doesn’t love a slice of pumpkin pie during the autumn holidays? This high vibrational pumpkin pie recipe features raw honey and organic cream, instead of sugar and canned condensed milk, as well as a gluten-free crust. Enjoy! For the gluten-free crust, you'll need: 1 cup gluten free oat flour ½ cup almond flour 1 tablespoon flaxseed, whole or ground ½ teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon honey ¼ teaspoon ground cinnamon 4 tablespoons unsalted organic butter For the filling, gather up: 2 cups of cooked, pureed pumpkin (or a 15 ounce can of all-natural pumpkin puree) 1½ cup organic heavy cream... Continue Reading

Vegetarian/Vegan Chili

Jam-packed with lycopene-rich tomatoes, magnesium-fiber-and-protein-filled beans, and peppers and carrots that are brimming with carotenoids, this vegetarian (and vegan) chili is one of my PAMM Diet all-stars! It’s a quick and easy way to help meet your veggie quota while warming your soul on a darker, colder late-fall or winter day. I especially love that one batch can last several days, and tastes even better the 2nd and 3rd days, when the flavors have truly melded. I hope you like this vegetarian chili as much as I do! *use organic veggies and beans and cans/packaging with BPA-free lining, when possible*... Continue Reading

Dr. Sinatra’s High Vibe Broccoli Recipes

As those of you with children or grandchildren likely already know, broccoli can be a tough sell at dinnertime. Aside from Brussels sprouts, there’s no other veggie that can incite such powerful expressions of disgust, especially on finicky faces. And for some adults too, which is terribly unfortunate, as broccoli is one of the healthiest foods we can eat! Why has broccoli earned VIP (Very Important Produce) status with me? Like kale, cauliflower, cabbage, and – yes – those ultra-healthy Brussels sprouts, broccoli is a cruciferous veggie. As such, it contains all sorts of health protective antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals,... Continue Reading

Pepper Pays Off When It Comes to Health

Nature – with her unparalleled array of antioxidant, vitamin, and mineral-packed plant-foods– is, indeed a true healer. Some of her most potent nutrients are probably sitting in your fridge or kitchen cabinet right now. You probably already know that herbs like garlic and spices like turmeric offer all sorts of health benefits. But did you know that plain old black pepper, that dinnertime staple for generations of Americans, is also more than just a tasty condiment? I'm happy to tell you that black pepper contains health-promoting nutrients and compounds, and supports healthy digestion. Where Does Black Pepper Come From? The... Continue Reading

Marinara “Soup”

Having had the pleasure of making fresh, marinara sauce for my family over the past 4 decades, I’ve learned that some people like tomato sauce and some don’t (usually kids). Other people just want the sauce, sans pasta. My daughter, for example, always preferred a bowl of fresh, marinara sauce which she could dip fresh baked Italian bread in. She’d eat it like “soup.” So marinara soup was born in our family – a thicker, heartier spin on traditional tomato soup that is as easy as opening a jar and heating it up. Over the years, I’ve found other ways to make... Continue Reading

Farmed Vs. Wild Caught Fish

How to Choose and Cook the Healthiest Fish I had the pleasure of cooking with one of my good friends recently, actress Suzanne Somers. We had a blast talking about the health benefits of fish, olive oils, herbs and spices, and we were able to capture our cooking moments and tips on video for you. I watched the video a few days after the segment, and I noticed that Suzanne referred to me as “the culinary cardiologist,” which of course was an honor. But what really was most exciting to me is how much fun we were having together…It reminded... Continue Reading

Dr. Sinatra’s Spicy Chicken Soup

This immune-boosting spicy chicken soup helps you eliminate sinus and lung congestion, and tastes great, especially if you enjoy hot-n-spicy foods! You'll need: *Choose organic items whenever possible* 1 whole organic chicken or chicken parts (with bones) 1 medium to large onion, chopped 3-6 carrots, peeled and chopped 3 to 6 stalks of celery, chopped 2 to 3 Tbsp of Olive oil or flavored olive oil + 2 to 4 Tbsp for drizzling Natural salt blend and whole pepper blend, to taste Optional: 2-3 cloves of garlic, minced Optional: 1 to 3 teaspoons of ginger root, peeled and minced Optional:... Continue Reading

Salmon Niçoise Salad

Salmon provides a twist on this classic French dish, where tuna is the main catch. For convenience, you can always use canned salmon instead of fresh salmon. Substituting lettuce with spinach adds more antioxidants and phytonutrients to this already healthy meal which is full of fiber, amino acids, vitamins and minerals. Salmon Niçoise Salad *Choose organic ingredients whenever possible* 12 oz of fresh or canned wild Alaskan salmon 1 cup canned or cooked white beans 2 large eggs, hard boiled and sliced 1 cup cherry tomatoes, sliced in half 1 cup green beans, cut into 2-inch pieces, lightly steamed or raw... Continue Reading

Dr. Sinatra’s Spicy Shrimp Fra Diavolo Recipe

When it comes to creating a delicious, healthy, and satisfying pasta dish, combining a high-protein pasta with organic and high vibrational marinara sauce, a quality protein and a vibrant vegetable is the way to go! That is exactly what I did for this zesty and hearty shrimp fra diavolo. I love this dish because shrimp are a cinch to cook up and they add protein and omega 3's - important when you're eating carbs. Broccoli adds a ton of vitamins and nutrients and healthy fiber. I combine broccoli with tomato sauce whenever I can because the sulforaphane in broccoli and... Continue Reading

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