Tuna salad is a popular lunch option, and this recipe in particular, is packed with fresh herbs, olives, and sun-dried tomatoes. You won’t even miss the mayo!
If you’re someone who loves to eat breakfast for dinner, enjoys leftovers, doesn’t like to see food go to waste, craves healthy comfort food, or has a lot of house guests stay over.. frittata’s are for you!
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.
I just know you’re going to love it and it’s kind of keeping in line with the whole holiday season, but best of all, it’s a perfect example of two things: one, you don’t have to give up all the treats we love to consume around the holidays simply because we’re adhering to a real food lifestyle and two, because this little tart wins everyone over.
Think of this as the vegan answer to chicken noodle soup. For anyone looking to add more vegetables to their diet, this soup is terrific to have in your arsenal. This recipe would make a delicious starter to your Thanksgiving dinner or a great meatless Monday option.
He had moments of being happy but for the most part, he was pretty miserable. I held him, rocked him & soothed him the best I could while I prayed that God would help me heal him.
Hi there, friends! Michelle Hoover here from Unbound Wellness where I blog about AIP, Paleo and local foods, holistic health tips, and life happenings. I’m an advertising campaign manager who is also studying to be a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, and have an autoimmune disease myself. I follow a mostly AIP lifestyle with a few reintro’s and am here to share a piece of fall with you through a Paleo lens.
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.
I am a snacker. I LOVE to snack, and chips used to be a go-to for me when I was in the snacking mood. Now that I have transitioned to a lifestyle involving more whole, nourishing foods and less processed and prepackaged foods, I find that having easy ways to make a whole foods a little more fun and snack-worthy is very helpful!
Here in the Pacific Northwest, summer has officially ended and it's full on fall weather. This cheesecake is the last glimpse of sun before everything turns to pumpkin.
Craving chocolate but think you’re out of luck since cocoa is off-limits for the autoimmune protocol? Carob to the rescue!
Align your senses with the fresh ingredients in this delicious Zen Salad from Alyse Brautigam. Her quick and easy Zen Salad includes fresh kale, avocado, mango, zucchini, mushrooms, and more—all in their natural state. This is a great lunch recipe to try when you're looking to boost your focus and give your body the vital nutrients it needs to finish out the day.
Roasted beets top this arugula salad drizzled with a tangy orange-balsamic vinaigrette.
If anyone had ever told me that a carrot could taste like a hot dog before I tried these, I would have told them they were crazy! Throw one of these in a bun, add ketchup and mustard, and you have yourself a seriously delicious vegan hot dog.
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!
If you’re like many of our readers, you have known or currently know someone who has autoimmune disease, the leading cause of death among young and middle-age women in the United States. Autoimmune disease originates from an abnormal immune response of the body against substances and tissues present in the body. Here are some practical ways from Aleana to beat Autoimmune disease.