Real Food, Healthy Gut, Optimal Health

“A diet full of highly processed foods with added sugars and salt promoted gut microbes linked to obesity, heart disease and diabetes” was the opening line in a recent piece in the New York Times (1). Seems pretty straightforward, doesn’t it? Then why is it that so many are still struggling with making the healthiest […]

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Making Cooking Fun

How do you feel when you’re in the kitchen? Does it feel like a chance to explore your creativity while simultaneously preparing a nourishing and delicious meal for yourself and your family? Or does it feel like a chore on the very same list as mopping the floor and cleaning the toilet? Prior to COVID, […]

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Shortcut Your Soup Prep with Broth

Shortcut your time in the kitchen by using a properly curated and prepared bone broth. Add a side of your favorite leafy greens and you’ve got the perfectly balanced meal: heavy on the veggies, a nice dose of good fat and a bit of properly sourced protein to boot. Bon Apetit. INGREDIENTS 3 pounds grass […]

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Why Eating Salmon Year Round Doesn’t Work

Boneless, skinless chicken breast was a go-to protein option for me, for years.   So were egg whites.   And so, too, was salmon. I can’t even remember back to what my initial foray into the confusing arena of food labeling was, it’s been so long, but it started with the idea that chicken being […]

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