It is becoming increasingly common for individuals to have restrictions in their diet. Between food allergies, special diets (GAPS, Paleo, Gluten-Free, etc.) and individuals who are simply trying to avoid certain foods, it is rare to host a party these days without at least someone having dietary restrictions. Accommodating family and friends in your home
Not only are these great in the fall, but all throughout the colder months. Warming spices, nourishing pumpkin and cinnamon cream cheese-you sure won’t miss the gluten or refined sugar! Grain Free, Gluten Free Pumpkin Spice Muffins by Amy Love, Real Food Whole Health Ingredients: 8 TBL (1 stick) organic, grassfed butter ¾ cup sucanat
Hey you… Yeah, YOU! Are you on GAPS? Doing gut healing? Detoxing? Dealing with liver issues? Headaches/migraines? Constipation or sluggish digestion? Then you need to read this! Today we’re guest posting over on GNOWFGLINS about an important, but sometimes taboo, topic. Hop over to the post to check it out!
Hey guys! Have you been wondering what the deal is with almond flour? Looking for gluten-free, grain-free, GAPS-friendly baking goods? Well, almond flour fits the bill. Check out my guest post over at GNOWFGLINS today as part of their awesome series on the GAPS diet. I give you the scoop on how I use almond
My mom inspired this recipe. She began adding blueberries to her banana bread and it was absolutely delicious! She used to bake small loaves for me, in the days before we were gluten-free. I’ve modified the recipe so that we can enjoy this delicious treat once again. Instead of being a loaf, this is adapted
What is GAPS or the GAPS Diet? All diseases begin in the gut- Hippocrates Gut and Psychology Syndrome (GAP Syndrome or GAPS) is a condition, which establishes a connection between the functions of the digestive system and the brain. This term was created by Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride, a medical doctor, with postgraduate degrees in both
Swiss Chard is a nutritional powerhouse and it’s so easy to enjoy when sauteed with bacon, fresh grated garlic and a dusting of a surprise ingredient- nutmeg. I use nutmeg any time I saute greens or make a sauce, especially a cream sauce. It adds that little something special and a subtle reminder of home cooking and
Spicy and sweet clementines, bursting with brightness in the midst of winter, golden pastured eggs, nourishing almond flour, and the sweetness of maple syrup combine to make this dessert that quickly becomes a tradition. It’s gluten free and naturally dairy free and I’ve never met a soul who didn’t just love it. Enjoy! Clementine Cake