Before I was officially diagnosed with SIBO (small intestine bacteria overgrowth), I thoroughly researched all of the most recent information about how to treat it. Armed with this knowledge, I visited my naturopath, arrogantly thinking I knew the best way to eradicate my infection because I’d learned all the latest recommendations. Together, my very knowledgable doctor and I decided on a treatment plan based on the latest research, but as I strictly followed the “correct” course of action, my case of SIBO only got worse! What is SIBO? SIBO stands for small intestine bacteria overgrowth. It’s technically an…read more
The combination of white and dark chicken meat offers variety to this simple recipe, and the chicken really soaks up the flavors of lemongrass and ginger to delight your taste buds.
Easy and quick to prepare, these patties are lovely eaten hot or cold and are conveniently portable for eating on the go. I think they’re great for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or snacks, and I love that they fit well into my healing diet.
This dessert combines roasted rhubarb and strawberries with added sweetness from a dash of maple syrup, a tasty kick from orange zest, and a bit of creaminess from vanilla. Finely chopped parsnips fried in coconut oil and seasoned with cinnamon top this dessert with a delicious crunch.
Super fast, nutrient-dense, and full of mouth-watering flavor, this veggie packed stir-fry might just become a regular meal on your menu.
Last Thanksgiving I was an Autoimmune Paleo Diet (AIP) newbie. Coming up with a Thanksgiving menu wasn’t easy for me since the diet is quite limited and I had little experience with it. However, with some assistance from my family, I managed to enjoy an especially delicious feast! Menu planning with a limited list of foods requires a bit more creativity, but I found a lot of pleasure in that creative process. I appreciated the fact that I could still have such a yummy Thanksgiving, but I remember looking ahead to Thanksgiving 2015 anticipating I’d be…read more
Crispy sage gives this recipe a fancy touch and adds a nice complimentary savory flavor to balance out the sweetness of the carrots. I love its crispy texture in contrast with the softness of the carrots. In addition, green sage with orange carrots is just plain pretty to look at.
Healing diets aren’t always easy, especially when it comes to navigating traveling. I hadn’t had much experience with this until recently, and I kind of got a crash course in it! Unexpectedly, I had the opportunity to make two separate trips to South Dakota within one month, first to visit my grandpa in hospice and then to attend his funeral. I learned some tips from the experiences and wanted to share them with you in case you ever find yourself in a similar situation. Seek Out Support I was fortunate…read more
This breakfast is easy to assemble, and if prepared the night before consumption, makes a “porridge” consistency that, in my opinion, resembles Cream of Wheat, only it contains no cream nor wheat. 🙂
Delicata squash makes a perfect vessel for eating a tasty filling. This recipe incorporates ground lamb, onions, and kale seasoned with garlic, thyme, and lemon zest and pairs perfectly with the sweet delicate flavor of the delicata.