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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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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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Hidden Superfood Italian Meatballs

Hidden Superfood Italian Meatballs

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Sometimes organ meats get a bad rap, but I consider them an essential part of a healthy diet! They provide a rich source of nutrients, including COQ10, iron, zinc, and vitamins A, D, E, and K. Season these Superfood Italian…

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Irish Stuffed Cabbage Wraps

Irish Stuffed Cabbage Wraps

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Slow-cooked cabbage is sweet, mild, and super satisfying in the cooler months! This Irish Stuffed Cabbage Wrap recipe is an all-in-one meal, full of B vitamins, fiber, calcium and minerals. B vitamins are essential for health, allowing our bodies to…

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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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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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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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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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Artichoke Hummus

Artichoke Hummus

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Hummus is a timeless and traditional recipe that continues to be a favorite dip for chips and veggies. However, the chickpeas hummus is made with are inflammatory food for many people because of the phytates and lectins. This recipe uses…

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Garlic and Herb Cauliflower ‘Mashed Potatoes’

Garlic and Herb Cauliflower ‘Mashed Potatoes’

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Jazz up your meal with this healthy, dairy-free, and low-carb alternative to mashed potatoes. This garlic and herb cauliflower ‘mashed potato’ recipe is full of flavor and gut healing properties! Cauliflower is packed with vitamins and nutrients that support cancer…

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Stuffed Acorn Squash

Stuffed Acorn Squash

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You don’t need a holiday as an excuse to make this delicious recipe. It can be enjoyed as an entree, a side dish, or even as an appetizer. If you are hosting a vegetarian or vegan, this is a great…

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Cinnamon-Coconut Sweet Potato Mash

Cinnamon-Coconut Sweet Potato Mash

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This sweet potato mash is one of my favorite “go-to’s” for a sweet, satisfying, protocol-friendly breakfast, snack, or side. It’s both easy and delicious, which is perfect for my busy schedule. I often cook 3 or 4 sweet potatoes at a time…

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Roasted Chicken & Coconut Mixed Green Salad with Creamy Avocado Dressing

Roasted Chicken & Coconut Mixed Green Salad with Creamy Avocado Dressing

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This Roasted Chicken and Coconut Mixed Green Salad recipe is not only simple and easy to make but will also give you a new, delicious twist on your typical protocol-friendly salad. Coconut offers a rich source of vitamins and minerals…

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