Butternut squash is also high in fiber and antioxidants such as beta-carotene aka pro-vitamin A. Did you know that 1 cup of diced butternut squash has more potassium than a banana and provides 50% of the recommended daily intake of vitamin C? Consuming foods these delicious, nutrient-dense foods may lower cholesterol levels and improve immune function.
A good curry is such a great comfort food…but it can also be medicine for your immune system.
A good pâté can stand on its own when surrounded by soft-boiled farm-fresh eggs, steamed asparagus spears, raw cauliflower and colorful beets, and steamed Brussels sprouts!
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.
This dairy-free and paleo spinach artichoke dip is creamy, flavorful, easy-to-make and sure to be a crowd favorite.
Sardines are one of the world’s most nutrient-dense, bang-for-your-buck foods.
Zucchini is very easy to digest once it’s cooked to soft. We love this recipe for the combination of sesame oil, spices and lemon which really add another dimension.
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!
This savory Cashew Avocado Spread will quickly become a hit at social gatherings! It’s extremely versatile and provides a fantastic flavor component to just about everything!