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Biosyntrx is committed to doing everything we can to encourage appreciation for, and consumption of, nutrient-dense foods, as well as making healthy lifestyle choices that help lower the risk of mostly preventable degenerative diseases, and the public and private financial burden associated with these diseases.  




Hot August Nights Sweet Corn

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

According to one of our most favorite NYT food writers, Martha Rose Shulman, August is the month to serve lots of fresh sweet creamy corn, and we certainly agree. Since the heat wave has finally broken in Colorado and a few other places around the country, we are including one of Martha's cold salad recipes and her recipe for hot creamed fresh corn, which tastes a bit like exquisite fresh polenta. 

Grilled Shrimp with Wilted Spinach and Fresh Peaches

Tuesday, July 24, 2018

The first 2018 Western Slope Peaches reached our Colorado Springs markets early this year, probably because it was unseasonably warm this spring, and the heat continued right into summer...until today.This recently discovered, nutrient-dense, Tasty Tuesday recipe has been hanging out in my New York Times box waiting for peach season. The ingredient amount are perfect for a generous main course dinner for two, or for a light starter for four or more.

Cold Pasta Salad with Peanut Butter Dressing

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Occasionally, the Biosyntrx staff makes every effort to eat gluten free for a few days.  If you don’t know about shirataki pasta, it’s guilt-free noodles; zero calories, soy free, gluten free, cholesterol free, and vegan. It's made from the soluble fiber root of a plant called the Konnyaku Imo.

Hot 4th of July Cold Soups

Monday, July 02, 2018

Today’s Tasty Tuesday Mark Bittman nutrient-dense fresh vegetables chilled gazpacho is 2018 heat wave 4th of July perfect, particularly for those with visiting relatives including children and grandchildren.

Summer Solstice Cold Asian Noodles

Monday, June 25, 2018

This is the solstice, the still point of the sun, its cusp and midnight, the year's threshold and unlocking, where the past lets go and becomes the future; the place of caught breath. ~Margaret AtwoodGiven that NASA just recorded the fourth warmest May in 138 years of modern global record-keeping, and the fact that Thursday, June 21, is the official 2018 summer solstice (the midsummer date based on the planet’s rotational axis, making it the longest day of the year), it seems appropriate to feature a refreshing cold pasta dish for celebrating the summer solstice, since the heat wave making it's way across the Midwest and Northeast could break records this week.

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