The Toxic Burden We All Face – Part 1 of 2

“Why do I feel so run down, tired and achy all of the time?” “My other doctor doesn’t know what is triggering my migraines.” “I used to be able to lose weight but now it won’t come off no matter what I do.” Every day, I hear patients making comments just like these. They can…

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Grain-Free Chocolate Zucchini Muffins

Zucchini makes the best baked goods, all soft and moist, and delicious. Add some chocolate with that and you have a winning combination! If you’ve ever grown zucchini you know that they can double in size in what seems like hours, and you turn around to a giant zucchini. Once they get that big they…

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SunButter

Sunbutter- the creamy butter made from sunflower seeds for those who can’t eat nuts!⁠ We love sunbutter but have noticed that many of the sunflower butter brands include too much added sugar and they are usually too sweet for us. ⁠ I decided to make my own version and it’s easy and tastes delicious!⁠ Plain…

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The Monumental Crisis and the Narrow Escape Route

I was following a Facebook thread today where one of my friends was talking about how almost everyone who dies from COVID-19 had at least one pre-existing health condition that caused them to have a hard time overcoming this novel infection.  This post highlights a very important concept that unfortunately isn’t often discussed on the…

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Stuffed Mushrooms- GF/DF

This is a gluten-free and dairy-free twist on one of our favorites. You can also use this recipe as Spinach Dip to serve with your favorite GF crackers, veggie sticks, or plantain chips. This stuffed mushroom recipe is easy to prepare, and complies with several dietary needs- It’s gluten-free, dairy-free, paleo, whole30-approved!

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Sweet Potato Fries

Sweet potatoes are simply delicious, but sweet potatoes fries seem to make me feel all warm and cozy inside- yep, they’re a comfort food for me for sure! Sweet potatoes have a ton of vitamin B6. Low levels of vitamin B6 have been associated with symptoms of depression, so maybe that’s why they make me feel so…

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Kale is King

Kale is King! One of the most nutrient-dense plant foods around.⁠ Did you know that 1 Cup of Kale provides: 206% DV of Vitamin A Loaded with beta-carotene, an antioxidant that the body turns into vitamin A. Vitamin A supports eye and bone health.⁠ 684% DV of Vitamin K 1 cup of kale contains 7x…

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Loaded Kale Salad

This Loaded Kale Salad is the perfect recipe when you need a reset. I generally feel like a reset after a weekend of indulging. There is just something about a loaded salad that makes you feel like you’re treating your body right and hitting the reset button on your healthy eating goals.  Salads are always…

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Hemp Milk

It’s incredibly easy to make your own hemp milk. When you choose to make your own milk alternatives, you can choose your ingredients and avoid unnecessary additives or thickeners that are otherwise found in many commercial varieties. How to Use Hemp Milk Hemp milk can be used in place of dairy milk or other nut…

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The Amazing Hemp Heart

Hemp is thought to have originated in the Himalayas.  Hemp has been used for fabric, rope, and food for thousands of years.  The oldest relic of hemp fabric was dated to 8,000 B.C.  Today, hemp hearts can be found worldwide. They’re loved for their versatility, nutty flavor, and nutritious benefits. Hemp hearts are the soft…

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