...least an hour that you would’ve spent shopping, cooking and cleaning. Spend more time doing what you love, with people you love. Always GLUTEN FREE: It’s bad for [...]
...but certain foods turn up repeatedly in cases of fatigue. It’s no surprise that wheat products and gluten-containing foods make us sluggish. They’re harder to [...]
...the preferred gluten-free grain-like seeds, such as quinoa, millet, buckwheat or amaranth. If you do this, your body will produce more serotonin, you’ll feel happier and [...]
...gluten-free grains and corn. This should be no surprise as the AIP diet is partially derived from the paleo diet. Dairy products Nightshade vegetables (potatoes, eggplant, [...]
...also reacted positive for antigliadin antibodies, meaning she is gluten sensitive. It all started to make sense. Then she shared that when she avoids dairy in her diet, she feels...
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...it for special occasions or times when I’m in a bit of a hurry. Here’s the Recipe Ingredients: 3 cups gluten free rolled oats 1 cup hulled raw pumpkin seeds...
...Wheat/gluten, dairy and sugar. Just because you’re not “allergic” to these foods, doesn’t mean they are doing you any favors. Lowering intake of them [...]
...disease is present, a gluten-free diet can dramatically improve symptoms of ADHD8. Environmental Toxins We live in a toxic world. Every day, we are exposed to toxins in our food,...
...all kinds of menstrual issues including PCOS, infertility, endometriosis, PMS, and painful or irregular periods. In her spare time, Dr. Russell enjoys baking vegan, [...]