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10 Signs the Holidays Wrecked Your Gut

10 Signs the Holidays Wrecked Your Gut

If you found yourself enjoying too many sweets over the holidays and now you’re noticing symptoms such as digestive issues, brain fog, fatigue, dandruff, sugar cravings, skin issues, mood swings, and more – Candida may be the culprit! Yeast overgrowth…

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Hawaiian Chicken Kabobs

Hawaiian Chicken Kabobs

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This simple yet crowd-pleasing recipe will win everyone over at your spring or summer cookout! The pineapple marinade used in this recipe adds a citrusy summer flair to every bite! Plus, you can easily double or triple this recipe to…

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Tzatziki Sauce

Tzatziki Sauce

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This recipe requires no cooking, so you don’t have to worry about lifting a finger or a pan! And, its simple six-ingredient combination creates an exciting and versatile way to add flavor to any dish. Unlike traditional tzatziki sauces, this recipe…

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Golden Milk Latte

Golden Milk Latte

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If you’ve been trying to ditch caffeine, this golden milk latte recipe is a great alternative. It makes starting off your day easy and yummy! Golden Milk is all the rage right now – and for good reason! This delightful,…

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Sour Pomegranate Magnesium Gummies

Sour Pomegranate Magnesium Gummies

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I love using collagen or gelatin for gut healing and repair – in fact, it is one of my top recommendations! Adding it into water or tea is a great option, but using it in cooking and baking is a…

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Carrot Fries

Carrot Fries

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Too often we get stuck in the rut of eating sweet potatoes with every meal while following an Autoimmune Paleo diet. As great as sweet potatoes are, I don’t want you getting sick of them! If you are looking for a little bit of…

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Organic Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Pear Glaze and Pesto

Organic Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Pear Glaze and Pesto

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This Organic Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Pear Glaze and Pesto recipe is full of flavor to make the whole family happy, plus it’s loaded with lean protein to keep you full throughout the day! Pork contains the potassium, zinc, and…

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Fried Tostones

Fried Tostones

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This Fried Tostones dish is great to enjoy as a tasty appetizer with friends! It’s a simple, sweet, and healthy spin on a food traditionally fried in unhealthy oils – perfect as a substitution for fries or hashbrowns! Plantains are…

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Fig and Roasted Fennel Steak Salad

Fig and Roasted Fennel Steak Salad

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Fresh salads are one of my go-to meals during the spring months – there are so many fresh fruits and vegetables to choose from this time of year to keep a salad exciting! This Fig and Roasted Fennel Steak Salad…

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Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Roasted Brussels Sprouts

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I love roasted Brussels sprouts, and they pair well with just about any type of entrée! This easy recipe for Roasted Brussels Sprouts is an upgraded, more flavorful version of your standard roasted Brussels sprouts. Tossing them in a little…

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Crispy Prosciutto Salad

Crispy Prosciutto Salad

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This Crispy Prosciutto Salad is a great recipe to have in your back pocket when you’re in need of a quick meal or a yummy dish to bring to a party! The sulforaphane in the brussels sprouts makes this a great meal…

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Nightshade-free Korean Lettuce Wraps

Nightshade-free Korean Lettuce Wraps

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I love Korean food! However, some Korean foods contain soy sauce, which includes both soy and wheat products. Not only are those big NOs — Korean food usually includes peppers. That being said, I love to simulate the flavors of…

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Is Stress Damaging Your Gut?

Is Stress Damaging Your Gut?

Research has linked high levels of stress with autoimmune disease, heart disease, ulcers, diabetes, hormone imbalances, and countless other chronic health conditions. However, even knowing this research, doctors and patients alike still tend to focus more on the physical causes…

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