Grain Free Bread Rolls

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Gone paleo and thought delicious bread was out of your realm forever more?  These grain free bread rolls will provide a tasty surprise!  Most grain free breads are heavy and dense as bricks, more suitable for use as weapons.  This recipe however, results in bread rolls that are soft and fluffy and not at all […]

Beautiful Bone Broth

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A beautiful bone broth is one of your kitchen essentials for both nutritional and taste purposes.  Bone broths provide an incredible source of nutrition. Exceptionally high in minerals and collagen, bone broth is a nourishing healing food for the gut lining, skin, joints and connective tissue in general.  It’s a great source of easily absorbable […]

Golden Turmeric Bites

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Golden nuggets of goodness – what’s not to love about Golden Turmeric Bites?  While it’s generally ideal not to snack between meals (so that you are essentially having a mini fast), sometimes a wee snack is called for.  This is a super simple snack full of healthy metabolism-boosting fatty acids (including lauric acid),  they’re grain […]

The Thriving Child Summit 2017

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Do you want to learn how to help your children thrive – body, mind, and spirit? The Thriving Child Summit is coming soon! Then join my good friend Dr. Elisa Song, holistic mama doc, as she hosts the Thriving Child Summit – a landmark event bringing together over 40 of the world’s experts in holistic […]

Gut Health for Cold and Flu Season

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When people think cold and flu prevention, they don’t often think about the importance of gut health for immune resilience.  Read ahead for some gut health tips for preventing colds, flu and other common infections. What’s a leaky gut and what’s the connection between how a leaky gut can weaken your immune system? The gut […]

Preserved Lemons – with Cinnamon and Bay Leaves

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When beautiful Meyer lemons hit the market tables, it’s time to make preserved lemons!  Often used in Moroccan dishes, preserved lemons make for an excellent addition to so many dishes, from salads to roast vegetables, chicken or lamb and even soups.   Rather than the flesh, it’s actually the rind that you’ll be using once your […]

Nutrition for Healthy Connective Tissue

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Connective tissue is the stuff that supports, connects or separates tissues and organs of the body. It makes up your bones, joints, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, fascia, keeps our skin looking supple and beautiful and so much more! Of course everyone benefits from eating to nourish connective tissue, however emphasis on eating for connective tissue integrity […]

Pantry & Fridge Staples

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The trick to making delicious, simple, nourishing meals is to have a well-stocked pantry. It’s easy to whip up a delicious meal without using packet sauces, a salad dressing from scratch or a quick snack when you have the basics on hand. Stocking up on everything at once can get pricey, so just get 1 […]

What You Need To Know About The Blood Brain Barrier

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What is the Blood Brain Barrier?! So you quite possibly have heard of leaky gut, but have you heard of leaky brain?! Just like the gut has a semi-permeable membrane that regulates what gets absorbed from the gut and into the blood stream (the gut barrier), the brain also has a semi permeable barrier called […]

Fats. The Good, The Bad, & The Downright Ugly

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Few foods have caused more controversy and anxiety as fats! So which ones should you pick and how should you pick them? And once you have them, which ones do you use for what?! Here’s the lowdown. Do we need fat? The answer is a loud YES! Fats are essential for health. Fatty acids are in […]