About Grace O
As a child in Southeast Asia, Grace O learned culinary arts by her mother's side in her family's cooking school Read More...
Homemade SardinesHomemade Sardines with Tomatoes It's hard to find a better health combination for your arteries than lycopene and Omega-3s. This recipe combines the power of tomatoes with delicious homemade sardines. Brining the fish makes all the difference, and cooking blends the fish and tomato flavors. I prefer to use small whole fish such as
Mama’s Favorite Chicken SauteMama's Chicken Saute My mother made this dish for our family dinners whenever we wanted comfort food. I always think of her when I make it. It has chicken and egg--symbols of the life cycle. I usually serve it over some form of potato: mashed, boiled baked, or even fried (baked potatoes are
Grilled Swordfish in MarinadeGrilled Swordfish in Secret Marinade The secret to this dish is the oyster sauce in the marinade. For years, people have asked me what makes this swordfish so tangy and delicious. I've refused to divulge my secret...until now! The marinade makes the fish so flavorful
Tilapia Filets with CilantroTilapia Fillets with Cilantro The anti-inflammatory properties of fresh cilantro, ginger, and olive oil help keep skin looking young. I prefer to make this recipe using tilapia fillets, though you can substitute any firm, whitefish fillet. Using banana leaves to wrap the fillets will impart
Antioxidant Carrot QuicheCarrot Quiche Carrots are well known for their beta-carotene content, which our bodies convert into vitamin A, a powerful antioxidant that is needed for healthy immune function. Carrots have hundreds of other cartenoids that help inhibit cancer growth. They also contain lutein, which is beneficial
Turkey MeatballsTurkey Meatballs with Parsley and Mushroom Gravy The chlorophyll in fresh parsley gives this herb its antioxidant power, while vitamin C makes it a good anti-inflammatory. Parsley also contains folic acid, which is great for protecting your heart. I use a half cup of fresh parsley
Buckwheat CrepesBuckwheat Crepes Full of fiber, vitamins, and minerals, buckwheat is a grain that is too often overlooked. Most people have never cooked with it or encountered it in restaurants. In this recipe, I turn buckwheat pancake mix into crepes and stuff them with healthful vegetables
Summertime Grilled ChickenSummertime Grilled Chicken This Mexican-inspired dish just screams "summer!" The chicken is marinated in my Honey-Lime Dressing, grilled, and paired with my refreshing Strawberry-Avocado Relish for an immunity boost, a dose of antioxidants, and detoxifying support. Serve with corn on the cob
Mustard-Crusted Tri-TipMustard-Crusted Tri-Tip Mustard is a highly popular and widely used condiment that has sparked interest among nutritonists. Its selenium and magnesium have anti-inflammatory properties and may help reduce blood pressure. Its phytonutrients seem to inhibit the growth of certain cancer cells. Mustard also stimulates the saliva glands, aiding in digestion. I like
Green Tea NoodlesGreen Tea Noodles with Edamame Green tea, with its powerful theaflavins, is a strong antioxidant with vigorous anti-inflammatory properties – a heart-healthy addition to anyone’s diet. Green tea is wonderful to drink on its own, but it also can be incorporated into recipes. Grace O recommends using an old Asian trick
What Do FoodTrients Do?
Reduces inflammation process in cells, tissues, and blood vessels, helping to slow aging and reduce risk of long-term disease.
Prevents and repairs oxidative damage to cells caused by free radicals.
Support the body’s resistance to infection and strengthen immune vigilance and response.
Enhancers encourage vibrant skin and hair and improve mood and mental agility.
Reduces risk factors for common degenerative and age-related diseases.