My family's health is one of my most important priorities. And if I’m being honest, the most direct way to positively impact my family’s health is through food.
If I continually allow my children to eat processed foods with harmful ingredients such as artificial flavorings, food dyes, and high fructose corn syrup, they will experience trouble with their health. On the other hand, if I intentionally provide my family with real food, that’s going to make their bodies happy, and I’ll know that I’ve done my best to take care of them.
This oat free granola is sweet, crunchy, and oh so nourishing, even more so when doused in homemade tiger nut milk.
Rutabaga fries are my absolute favorite kind of fry! Not only are they GAPS Diet friendly, but rutabagas are high in vitamin C, zinc, potassium, and support digestive health as they are high in fiber and also stimulate bile production.
It’s easy think about your diet and wonder if you’re doing it “right.” In this article, you'll find how how to know.
If you were to imagine what Christmas tastes like in the form of a cookie, then this recipe creates just that! Cranberries, orange and cinnamon work in sweet festive harmony.
Time for something a bit different, and slightly random I have to admit! Have you seen the recipes with an egg baked in an avocado? Well that's where my inspiration for this came from.
A few great things about these bread muffins: They are the perfect whip-em-up-in-no-time low-FODMAP treat, you know exactly what's going into them (no hidden nasties!), they're ready in 45 minutes, and they're rather delicious (better make them yourself to test this) - now that's my kind of 'keep it simple' recipe!