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Dr. Amy Myers


Five-Minute Herbed Zucchini Soup

Five-Minute Herbed Zucchini Soup

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This gut-healing, nourishing soup is a great way to use up leftover bone broth! The zucchini is a great source of fiber, vitamins, and minerals, and the herbs and spices are loaded with antioxidants. Whip it up in five minutes…

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Winter Kale and Meatball Soup

Winter Kale and Meatball Soup

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Antioxidant-rich kale is the star of the show in this warming meal, along with gut-healing bone broth and savory spices! Kale is rich in B vitamins, which makes a healthful diet addition for those with MTHFR SNPs. Whip this dish…

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Moroccan-Spiced Broccoli

Moroccan-Spiced Broccoli

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When fighting Candida overgrowth, eating plenty of anti-fungal herbs, spices, and produce is crucial! As a cruciferous vegetable, broccoli contains isothiocyanates, which are sulphur- and nitrogen-rich compounds that attack the Candida fungus. The addition of the lemon juice, garlic, and…

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9 Foods to Ditch for a Healthy 2017

9 Foods to Ditch for a Healthy 2017

As you probably know by now, Candida or yeast overgrowth is an incredibly common gut infection among those with autoimmune disease, Hashimoto’s, Graves’, thyroid dysfunction, gut issues, fatigue, brain fog, and other chronic health problems, and is particularly common after…

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Slow Cooked Chicken Thighs with Cilantro Cauliflower Rice

Slow Cooked Chicken Thighs with Cilantro Cauliflower Rice

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It’s that time of year when too many holiday sweets bring on symptoms of Candida overgrowth. If you’re ready to start healing, this Slow Cooked Chicken Thighs with Cilantro Cauliflower Rice recipe is perfect for you. It is a savory…

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Ginger and Pear Soup

Ginger and Pear Soup

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Add this yummy Ginger and Pear soup to your holiday meal menu for a warm, gut-healing start to the meal that your whole family is sure to love! Find this, and over 40 other The Myers Way®- friendly recipes for the holidays…

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AIP & Paleo Pumpkin Roll

AIP & Paleo Pumpkin Roll

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The holidays are definitely a time to indulge in yummy desserts, but enjoying them while sticking to your dietary protocol is often a challenge. This year, it doesn’t have to be! Try this AIP & Paleo Pumpkin Roll with blood…

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Bacon, Parsnip, and Rutabaga Mash

Bacon, Parsnip, and Rutabaga Mash

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I love hearty foods that contain healthy fats. If you buy pasture-raised pork, the fat is actually monounsaturated — the same kind in olive oil! Yes, it’s true. Fat has gotten a bad rap since the 1990’s low-fat era, but…

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AIP & Paleo Fudgy Brownies

AIP & Paleo Fudgy Brownies

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There are a lot of people who can’t tolerate chocolate! For this reason, I began to recreate its dark, rich notes using fruits and spices in many recipes. Molasses is an iron- and potassium-rich addition that make these brownies fudgey…

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Nightshade-Free Pico De Gallo

Nightshade-Free Pico De Gallo

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Nightshades are some of the “foods to toss” on The Myers Way® Autoimmune Protocol because they are considered an inflammatory food and immune trigger for many people. The good news is that you don’t even need tomatoes or tomatillos to…

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Roasted Radishes with Herbed Dressing

Roasted Radishes with Herbed Dressing

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Radishes are not a vegetable we typically see roasted but trust me, they end up super sweet and soft when cooked this way. Radishes are also affordable and not quite as starchy as other root vegetables so this is a…

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Detox with Methylation Support

Detox with Methylation Support

Methylation Support provides your body with the vitamins necessary for detoxification and stress relief. Methylation is a biochemical process that, among many other critical functions, transforms toxins into safer substances that will not harm your body. Methylation depends on a…

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Sleep Your Way to Thyroid Health

Sleep Your Way to Thyroid Health

This is an excerpt from my book, The Thyroid Connection.  One of the keys to getting deep, regular sleep is to maintain a good circadian rhythm. That’s a term for your body’s regular daily rhythms. Many of your hormone receptors…

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Chicken Salad Collard Wraps

Chicken Salad Collard Wraps

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Sometimes I am in the mood for vegetables that aren’t in salad form. This wrap is a portable lunch and best of all, it’s easy to make. You could replace the chicken with shrimp or a quality ham for some…

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