Mixed Berry Chia Jam

MIXED BERRY CHIA JAM In every possible case, I always try to avoid processed foods. Processed foods are filled with food-like products such as preservatives, chemicals, hydrogenated fats, etc. So when at all possible, I’ll prepare food from scratch this way I know what’s in them and what I’m feeding my family. Jam is no Read More

BLUEBERRY LEMON MUFFINS

BLUEBERRY LEMON MUFFINS I’ve been working on various muffin recipes all using coconut flour so that your child can bring one to school for a snack and not have to worry about food restrictions regarding nut allergies. I love working with coconut flour and yes you do need a lot of eggs, but coconut is Read More

Chocolate Chip Banana Bread Muffins

CHOCOLATE CHIP BANANA BREAD MUFFINS I love banana bread and my husband and kids love chocolate chips so what is this mom to do? Combine them, of course! So here is what chocolate chips and banana bread look like when turned into a muffin. And I love these as a snack for school because of Read More

Chocolate Chip Cookie Pancakes

Chocolate Chip Cookie Pancakes So my daughter loves chocolate chips and I try to use blueberries instead, not the same thing, I know!  It’s just that I’m always trying to health things up and focus on the use of natural sugars instead of added ones. But I guess I can’t win every battle so I Read More

Sweet “Caramel” Dip

Sweet “Caramel” Dip As a kid growing up, my mom used to buy caramel dip. But it was full of additives and preservatives and who knows what else was in there, but I remember enjoying it and having a big smile on my face when I saw that caramel colored container! OMG the stuff we Read More

Parsley Carrot & Raisin Salad

Parsley Carrot & Raisin Salad I love this salad! It’s fresh, tasty and easy to make. Also great when you’re meal planning to add it in as a “salad of the week”. When I make this salad, I make a large batch, it lasts at least 5 days in the fridge and serves as part Read More

Green Scrambled Egg

Leafy greens are such an important part of our daily diets. Leafy greens such as beet greens, dandelion greens, collards, mustard greens, turnip greens, spinach, Swiss chard, rapini, kale, etc. are rich in vitamins A, C, E and K, dietary fiber, antioxidants, chlorophyll and beta-carotene. The darker green they are, the better. Aiming for one Read More

Paleo Carrot Cake Muffins

I love carrot cake, always have and always will, but the conventional cakes are loaded with wheat, sugar and other toxic substances. And forget about the cream cheese frosting, my body will not agree. I decided to work with coconut flour, experiment a little and see what I could create. These are the result and Read More

ARE YOU ALWAYS TIRED?

ARE YOU ALWAYS TIRED? Does this sound like you? And even with sleep, you still can’t pick up your feet? If this is the case, here are some things you’ll want to investigate with your doctor to get to the root cause and not just treat the symptoms. 1. LACK OF SLEEP: what is stopping Read More

Iridology

We often hear that the eyes are the window to our soul, but I’ll add that eyes are also the window to our health! By luck, I recently came across an Iridologist, Tammy Rutheford Ward and obtained a reading from her. She looked at my eyes, and those of my family, in detail and was Read More

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