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Spiced Chicken & Tomatoes

20121205_193129 3 Chicken Breasts
1/2 Red Onion
2 Garlic Cloves
3/4Pint Cherry Tomatoes
1/2 Lemon
1/2 Teaspoon of Ground Black Pepper
Dash of Cloves
Dash of Paprika
Dash of Cumin
1/4 cup of Vermouth
1 Tablespoon of Olive Oil

Put frying pan over a medium flame and add oil
Chop up Onions
Chop up Garlic
Sautee Onions and Garlic
Chop up Tomatoes
Add tomatoes to frying pan
Chop up Chicken Breasts
Add Chicken Breasts to frying pan
Squeeze Lemon over Chicken
Add Pepper
Add Cloves
Add Paprika
Add Cumin
Add Dry Vermouth
Cook for around 20 minutes and stir ocassionally

Serve alone or over Rice or Quinoa

Health Benefits

High in Protein (Builds and repairs Muscle)
Fights Alzheimer’s
Fights Cancer

Red Onions
Contains Antioxidants
Fights Cancer
Fights Free Radicals
Fights Colds
Reduces High Blood Pressure
Low Glycemic – Suppresses Blood Sugar Spikes

Contains Antioxidants
Attacks free radicals
Fights Colds and Flu
Lowers Cholesterol
Acts as a natural antibiotic (bacteria doesn’t grow resistant to it)

Contains antioxidants
Fights Cancer (prostate, cervical, stomach, rectum, breast and mouth)
Lowers Cholesterol
Helps keep digestive system healthy
Detoxify body
Alleviates Type 2 Diabetes
Good for Healthy skin, hair, nails, teeth and bones
Fights urinary tract infections and bladder cancer
Prevents Gallstones

Helps the body become Alkaline by increasing PH
High in Vitamin C
Strengthens Blood Vessels
Great for the Heart
Good for Teeth and Bones
*Lemon Juice can destroy tooth enamel.  Dilute with water or something else.
Helps rid the body of kidney stones and other kidney and bladder problems

Contains Antioxidants
Antiseptic (placing on wounds, bug bites, etc..)
Effective in treating Indigestion, Asthma
Eases Tooth Ache Pain, Sore Gums, Mouth Ulcers and Sore Throats
Fights Stress
Clears Nasal Passages – Great for Colds
Controls Blood Sugar
Fights Diabetes
Great for the Immune System
Fights Bad Breath

Black Pepper
Fights fat by breaking down the fat cells
Relief from respiratory problems
Antibacterial and Anti-Inflammatory
Helps with Digestion

Helps with Digestion
Helps stimulate and relax and helps with Insomnia
Helps with Respiratory Problems
Antiviral (fights colds)
Good for lactating mothers
Detoxify the body
Fights Cancer

Contains Antioxidants.
Helps with blood circulation and regulates blood pressure.

Olive Oil
Contains Antioxidants
Contains Probiotics
Improves Blood Vessel Function
Boosts the immune system
Fights Cancer
Fights Heart Disease
Regulates Blood Pressure
Fights Diabetes
May help fight Obesity
Fights Arthritis
Fights Osteoporosis


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