A good curry is such a great comfort food…but it can also be medicine for your immune system.
When trying to stay in nutritional ketosis, some days can be harder than others when trying to get enough fats in your diet. Dairy is a quick and easy way to get it done, but not always what’s best for overall gut health.
Our appetizer table was always piled with latkes, pan-fried mini mounds of shredded potatoes. And the entree table was usually topped with kugel, larger mounds of shredded potato baked in a casserole dish in the oven. Needless to say, I also assumed having scabby knuckles by the end of Hanukkah season was an important cultural part of being Jewish.
Dessert is often one of the hardest items to replace on any kind of healthy diet. Almost every regular option is made with lashings of sugar, dairy, and wheat flour. This Lemon-Coconut Tart recipe, however, is just the job.
This Coconut Carrot Puree is a sure crowd pleaser – the natural sweetness of the carrots, melded with cinnamon, is too hard to resist. And carrots are one of the most economical vegetables so your wallet will be happy too!
Any kind of oil-cooked cabbage disappears pretty fast in our house. Often I like to finely shred the cabbage and saute it with oil and sea salt until it’s just given in and wilted a little.
We love adding seasonal, local ingredients to our recipes. Their freshness and nutrient quality is superior, and their carbon footprint much smaller. As we roll into summer, Farmer’s Markets have once again opened their stalls in our communities with bountiful local options, often organic or grass fed. This tasty recipe, making good use of summer’s…
We love pumpkin seeds and sunflower seeds for their rich minerals, B vitamins and essential fatty acids. They also make a delicious snack, especially in a methylation trail mix recipe like this one. Chocolate tip: Look for organic, dark chocolate (70%+ cacao) wherever you can. Check to make sure you’re comfortable with the ingredients! What…
If you’re looking for a snack that satisfies your dessert cravings and incorporates your methylation superfoods, look no further than Against All Grain’s No-Bake Sunbutter Crunch Bars. These bars are filled with sunflower seeds, which are a great food to support balanced methylation, since they are rich in zinc, methionine, cysteine, magnesium, potassium, B3, B6,…
Yes, you can eat your methylation nutrients! This delicious burger is rich in methylation amino acids (methionine, cysteine, taurine), as well as B vitamins, betaine, choline and zinc, cofactors for homocysteine metabolism and necessary for forming methionine and the all-important methyl donor, SAMe