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Did I mention that I LOVE curries? Something about them is so comforting and nourishing. This 1-pot yellow Thai curry is made in 30 minutes with ingredients you likely have on hand. Plus, the vegetable and protein options are customizable. You can use chicken, shrimps or a vegetable...

One of my favorite breakfast these days is also the one that takes the least amount of time and effort for prep and cleanup.If you’re short on time but still wish to sneak in plenty of healthy foods into your day, green smoothie is your...

Our bodies need fat — more specifically, they need healthy fats. For the last fifty years, fats were the public health enemy No.1. We were told to ditch it and go for anything labeled low-fat and non-fat. Soon after, Grocery store shelves were lined with...

If you're experiencing a lack of well-being, fatigue, brain fog, joint pain, digestive and IBS symptoms, reproductive problems and infertility you may have a gluten sensitivity.  Many people often go undiagnosed or get false negatives when tested for gluten sensitivity including myself. For many years I...

I often turn to this meal when I’m looking for a tasty, easy, and satisfying dinner. This would make the perfect dish for slow weekend dinners, or you could make it ahead of time to enjoy throughout the week! We loved it served over rice, quinoa,...

You know fermented foods well, they’re all around you. Kimchi, sauerkraut, kefir, kombucha, miso, yogurt, apple cider vinegar, they all have something in common — they’ve been transformed by microorganisms. And when I say transformed, I really mean it. Fermentation is the art of controlling bacteria,...

Recently I was cruising on the Low FODMAP diet for about three months and I must admit it was a huge challenge for me at the beginning. The diet is very limiting, you begin by eliminating foods such as gluten, dairy (which I was already...

Do you suffer from stomach issues that affect your daily life? For as long as I can remember, “tummy troubles” is something that I have always struggled with. You know what I mean when I speak of stomach pain, bloating, indigestion, and food sensitivities.  After all,...

The magic of this easy recipe starts with cooked chickpeas. I first soaked the chickpeas overnight to get rid of the the anti-nutrients such as phytic acid and to make them more digestible. The #1 crispy tip is drain really well, then dry really well. The less moist the...

The amazing part of this kale salad recipe is the dressing. It’s a simple mix of cashews, lemon, tahini, garlic, nutritional yeast, water & salt. It’s both creamy and delicious. This salad is perfect to pack for lunches, picnics and it makes a delicious snack or side,...