Gallbladder

Ivy on Μαρτίου 21st, 2012

  Beetroots (Beta Vulgaris) in Greek Pantzaria or Kokkinogoulia, also known as zacharoteutla, are known in Greece since antiquity as a valuable and nutricious vegetable. Wild Sea Beets (Beta Maritima), being native to the shores of the  Mediterranean region,   has been used as a vegetable for over 2000 years.  There are mentions even by […]

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Continue reading about Vegan Borscht (Beet) Soup

Ivy on Μαρτίου 18th, 2012

  This year was so cold that I cannot remember any other year making so many soups.  We usually stick to the traditional ones like Chicken and Rice Avgolemono, Trahanas, Hortosoupa, Psarosoupa and Kreatosoupa.   Except for hortosoupa all the remaining are not allowed in a gallbladder diet.   After seeing the list of what […]

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Continue reading about Artichoke & Celeriac Soup

Ivy on Μαρτίου 16th, 2012

Disclaimer:   I’m not a doctor, I’m not a surgeon and I’m not a dietician.  Each person may have different symptoms, so please consult your doctor before following this diet. In my last post I told you that my husband was in hospital but I did not have the time to explain in detail what happened.   […]

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Continue reading about Gallbladder Diet: Foods for Gallbladder Problems

Ivy on Δεκεμβρίου 14th, 2011

I have said it many time that diet food should not be bland and monotonous.  My family were licking their fingers when they ate this dish and characterized it as “gourmet”. There will be many temptations during the holidays so why not cook something healthy but delicious that only you will know that this is […]

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Continue reading about Crusted Sesame Almond Salmon and Pumpkin Potato Purée


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