This mouth-watering recipe is loaded with simple but delicious vegetables, herbs and spices you can find easily in your cabinet or local grocery store. The beauty of this meal? The simple ingredients come together in a cozy, fulfilling meal that’s perfect for Sunday dinner, easy entertaining or fast meal prep. The flavors are to die for, as are the heavenly aromas that will fill your house while it’s all roasting! I cook this meal a few times a month and use the leftovers throughout the week in salads, wraps and buddha bowls. PS. You’ll never believe it’s effortlessly gluten, dairy, soy, corn and sugar free. Totally allergy and special protocol friendly!Read More
Arming yourself with nutrient dense whole food-centric snacks made with simple, real ingredients is the best way to nourish your body in a pinch without having to overthink it. Check out my favorite store-bought, on-the-go, travel and work snacks in this post!Read More
Ever get crampy after eating quinoa or uncomfortably bloated after a big bowl of forbidden rice? How about sleepy after a bowl of oatmeal? Compromised gut health, lack of sufficient digestive enzymes or mindless speed-eating (womp) can make whole grains difficult to digest for a lot of people (including myself). Cue this warm and cozy breakfast bowl. It boasts a well-rounded nutrient profile, a super satisfying texture and all the coziness offered by the cereal grain alternatives. P.S. It's free from added sugar and loaded with fiber and healthy fats so it's also the perfect way to feel full, satisfied and energized without negatively impacting your blood sugar or hormones!Read More
So! You're ready to dig that fork of yours into a big pile of health and wellness and wake up a changed woman, eh? But what the heck actually goes on that fork?
The conversation around nutrition in this country has grown maddeningly confusing. It can seem impossible to get straight answers to questions around whether or not things like red meat, gluten, saturated fats, or even little ol' brown rice are harmful or perfectly healthy. Add increasingly high rates of food allergies, hormonal imbalances, gut issues, and autoimmune diseases and no wonder many of us feel beyond overwhelmed.Read More