Thankful Thursday: Waverunner Chicken with Citrus Salsa and Coconut Brown Rice | NourishedPeach

Today’s absolutely scrumptious looking recipe comes to us from the blog The Nourished Peach. This gorgeous blog is written by Melissa, a 35 year old wife and mother of two. I love this blog, filled with tons of recipes with vibrantly beautiful photos of the food. Here, in her own words, Melissa tells a bit…Read more »

Daily Log: Elimination Diet day 3- 7/12/17- (and my attempt at flatbread!)

Yes, I know this is yesterday’s log…posted late! I promised to post my flatbread results last night…oops! I’ll start off by apologizing for posting this late. I wasn’t able to write this post last night. But, I wanted to make sure I had all the photos for the flatbread I prepared yesterday for my family…Read more »

Wellness Wednesday: The World’s Oldest Bread – 3 Ingredient Flat Bread (allergy-free/gluten free/dairy free/vegan)

As someone on an elimination diet, and attempting to stick to 100% whole foods during my first 21 days, I’ve been looking for creative ways to eat during my detox diet. Today’s post, and future Wellness Wednesday posts, will focus on creative ways to eat on an elimination or detox plan. This post focuses on…Read more »

Southwest Quinoa Salad – lifethroughmonica

Over the past week we’ve been talking about healthy carbohydrates. I wanted to share this super healthy and flavorful recipe from Life Through Monica. The recipe uses super healthy quinoa, black beans and avocado, among other great foods. It does call for corn, so, as always, make sure you’re using organic corn, so as to…Read more »

Allergy Free Friday-Mocha Cookies | The Teff Company

I’ve written about Teff before. If you’re not familiar with Teff, it’s a tiny grain/seed, grown in Ethiopia, and used to make Injera-Ethiopian Flatbread. But don’t let it’s tiny size fool you. It packs a wallop in terms of nutritional fire power. Take a look at the nutrition and health benefits: So, to add this…Read more »

Wellness Wednesday: Healthy Whole Food Meals in 30 Minutes or Less

Earlier today, we talked about how to stay healthy at work. What happens after a long stressful day? Many people feel too tired to cook and end up ordering take out or stopping for fast food. ‘They don’t realize just how quickly you can fix a healthy and tasty whole food meal. Just to show…Read more »

Allergy-Free Friday: Slow-Cooker Irish Stew with Traditional Irish Soda Bread (GF)-(Updated- 4/29/17)

UPDATE: (4/29/17) This bread recipe does contain millet. The proteins in millet are very similar to corn. If you have a corn allergy, you will want to substitute the millet with something else. I did a bit of research and found that Quinoa Flour would be a great alternative, and a healthier one. Today for…Read more »

Press-It Thursday: Orange-Sesame Salmon with Quinoa | RD in the Midwest

Today’s PRESS-IT Thursday recipe is from Kara of RD in the MIDWEST. Kara, a Registered Dietician from a small town in Iowa, has a Bachelor’s degree in Dietetics and a Master’s degree in Nutrition Science. She says she’s passionate about “cooking delicious food that is equally nutritious.” Kara’s dish is a flavorful salmon recipe with orange, sesame…Read more »

Press-It Thursday: Healthy Fruit and Oat Crumble Bars | Feeding Your Beauty

Today’s first “Press-it” Thursday article is brought to you by Larice from Feeding Your Beauty. Larice, 36 years “young”, is married, and mother of a rambunctious preschool age girl. Larice has degrees in Health Sciences and Therapeutic Recreation. She says that earning both degrees gave her “a better understanding of wellness as a multi-faceted, complex, and harmonious interaction…Read more »

Press-It Thursday: Date Sugar — Sukkari Life

We all know that RAW HONEY is very healthy, which is the sugar that is highest in phytochemicals that heal the body. However, there is one “sugar” that is even healthier than raw honey, and is highest in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.  The healthiest sweetener isn’t actually a sugar at all, it’s DATE SUGAR, or sugar made…Read more »