Category: Eat Well

IBS and the LOW FODMAP diet

IBS and the LOW FODMAP diet The low FODMAP diet refers to a diet that restricts foods that are high in fermentable sugars that can cause gastrointestinal distress. It was developed by researchers at Monash University, in Melbourne, Australia. The diet is often recommended for patients that have irritable bowel syndrome. FODMAPs stands for fermentable […]

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Lentil Salad With Maple Roasted Squash

INGREDIENTS (4 servings): 2 cupsButternut Squash (chopped into 1 cm cubes) 1 1/2 tspsAvocado Oil 1/4 tspSea Salt (divided) 2 tbspsMaple Syrup 1/4 cupExtra Virgin Olive Oil 2 tbspsApple Cider Vinegar 1/4 tspCinnamon 2 cupsLentils (cooked, from the can) 4 stalksGreen Onion (chopped) 1/4 cupDried Unsweetened Cranberries 1/4 cupParsley (chopped) DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 400ºF […]

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Five Tips For A Healthy Pantry Makeover

March is the month when we welcome spring (at least in the calendar) and with it we start planning a spring cleaning in the house. March is also nutrition month, reminding us to reassess our food choices and eating habits. In this article, I’d like to inspire you to “spring clean” your kitchen pantry: remove […]

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The Prostate: Small Gland, Big Impact.

by Dr. Emile Sabga, ND With Men’s Health Month underway, it’s important that we address a topic that many men wince at the thought of – prostate health. It’s an inevitable consideration that lives in the back of the minds of many aging men, and for most, that thought remains pushed to the back for as long as possible. The truth is, […]

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Lactation Muffins

Lactation muffins are easy to make as well as something great and practical to bring to a new nursing mama (please don’t go empty handed!). These are packed with nutrients to help support breastmilk production as well as replace some of the depleted nutrients from nursing. Your body will actually make the perfect breastmilk for […]

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One Pan Chicken, Golden Cauliflower & Carrot Fries

This month, we are sharing a gut-friendly grain-free recipe which provides anti-inflammatory omega-3 fats and turmeric, lean protein and valuable phytonutrients. It is also a great meal prepping recipe. After cooking, divide it into single serving containers and refrigerate for grab-n-go meals. Ingredients for 2 servings: 2 Carrot (medium) 1/2 head Cauliflower 3 tbsps Extra […]

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Your GUT Microbiome

  Your gut microbiome consists of trillions of microorganisms that lie in the gastrointestinal tract. This includes thousands of species of bacteria, archaea, fungi and viruses. Together, these microorganisms weigh as much as 2-5 pounds and have a profound impact on your health. The microorganisms in your gut play a variety of roles, some of […]

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Energy Date Balls Recipe

  Need something quick and easy to snack on when at home or when you are on the go? Try these delicious date balls. They are a great snack to have on hand when you are feeling hungry and need something healthy to sustain you. Double Chocolate Mint Energy Balls INGREDIENTS (for 6 servings): 1/2 […]

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Nutrition – Eating for your Body’s Needs

  What is the single most important thing you can do to improve your energy and mental functioning, reduce pain and inflammation, reduce your risk for chronic disease and age gracefully? Improving your nutrition! Eating a healthy diet continues to be a challenge for many individuals because there are so many factors at play. The ability to break […]

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Thai Cauliflower & Sweet Potato Curry

  Sweet potatoes are very versatile! You can add them to soups or casseroles. They can be spiralized and used instead of pasta, baked whole and stuffed with various fillings, sliced lengthwise and toasted, or steamed and then added to smoothies. For inspiration, here is a nutrient-rich recipe for you to try. This delicious grain- […]

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