Heal Your Kitchen

Pumpkin Spice “No Cream Nor Wheat” (Paleo/AIP)

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It’s autumn, and my motto in the kitchen right now is: The change of season this year happened to coincide with me traveling unexpectedly, twice, and this yummy recipe became my go to travel breakfast. Pumpkin puree + coconut milk + tigernut flour + collagen powder (for added protein) + pumpkin spice + vanilla extract = a fun fall breakfast. What is tigernut flour?? Despite having “nut” in their name, tigernuts are not actually nuts. They are tubers, which are root vegetables, and are high in potassium, magnesium, zinc, phosphorous, iron, vitamins C and E,…read more

Autoimmune Paleo (AIP) Breakfast Stir-Fry

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Stir-fry for breakfast? After adopting a paleo diet in an attempt to get healthier and balance my hormones, I started eating eggs in the morning, usually in the form of an egg/vegetable scramble, and this worked great for me for a while. Sadly, I had to abandon eggs for breakfast when I began the autoimmune paleo diet. No grains + no dairy + no eggs + no nuts/seeds = time to get creative with breakfast! Our culture has a pretty ingrained idea of what constitutes breakfast, but it really can be whatever we want it to be!…read more

Does Your Breakfast Need a Makeover?

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Do you ever wake up in the morning and pour yourself a big bowl of cereal thinking you’re being satiated, only to feel hungry two hours later? I used to experience this all the time. Don’t get me wrong, I loved eating cereal for breakfast. It’s fast and easy, not to mention quite tasty. I did not, however, love how it made me feel ultimately. When, inevitably, hunger struck again too soon, I’d have a snack, which helped a little, but then this pattern repeated for lunch, culminating in a huge drop…read more