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Seasonal Recipe: Liver-Lovin’ Kale Curry


Meera Dossa, BSc, ND

1-2 tbsp olive oil

2-3 cloves garlic (minced)

1 Roma tomato (diced)

1 bunch of fresh Kale (trimmed stems and chopped finely)

Ground cumin to taste

Juice of 1 fresh lemon


In a pot, sautee the garlic and diced tomato in olive oil.

Stir in ground cumin to a paste-like consistency.

Add in fresh kale and stir occasionally. It will eventually settle at the bottom of the pot.

Once the kale has cooked through, squeeze fresh lemon juice over the contents.

Can be served with a side of quinoa for added protein.

Are you suffering from endometriosis, fibroids, PMS, menopause or PCOS? Of late, a good majority of the female patients walking through my doors tend to be coming in with a chief concern related to female hormonal health. As hormones play a critical role in female health and vitality, ensuring the proper balance of the female hormones (namely estrogen and progesterone), is the key to alleviating the symptoms of the aforementioned conditions. A number of factors can affect the levels of these hormones, including: diet, lifestyle and stress to name a few.

Many female hormonal conditions can be attributed to an excess of estrogen, coined estrogen dominance. As the liver is the main organ responsible for clearing excess hormones from the system, it only makes good sense to address the function of this organ. In addition to supplementary support, I always also recommend the addition of liver loving foods into the diet such as: lemons, garlic, onions, beets, artichoke, kale, cauliflower, broccoli, brussels sprouts and cabbage. So love your liver! And you will undoubtedly see the benefits of treating it kindly!

Meera Dossa is a licensed naturopathic doctor at The Pacific Wellness Institute. To book an appointment with Dr. Dossa, please contact The Pacific Wellness Institute at 416-929-6958.