There are no commercially available baking powders which meet the requirements of the autoimmune protocol (AIP), so this is the formula I use to make my own. I keep it in a small mason jar, sealed with a plastic lid, so I always have some on hand.
This simple salad features two early spring garden staples – arugula and radishes – along with crab meat and avocado for a refreshing and nutrient dense casual lunch or a tasty salad course for dinner. Garden update My incentive for creating this recipe was the fact that
This week the worldwide community of AIP bloggers has banded together to highlight how we each live our healing protocol lifestyle–in real life. We are each committed to taking personal responsibility for our own health, and supporting other people around the world who are interested in doing the same thing.
What is the best diet for people with Crohn’s disease? That is a trick question, because there is no one answer. The best diet is the one that works for that person, at least until science catches up and figures out exactly what causes inflammatory bowel diseases
I could sum up the review of Russ Crandall’s new cookbook, Paleo Takeout, in just three words: BUY IT NOW. You could just quit reading now and jump over to Amazon and order your copy… but first take a second to scroll to the end of this post and
Before I get into singing the praises of the nutrient density of this pâté I lovingly call “powerhouse-on-a-plate,” I have to tell you a funny story about the real life troubles of food blogging. It is autumn now and that means that the days are getting shorter
UPDATE: Congratulations Megan W.! Check your email and reply so I can send you your book! The good food healing word is spreading! Yesterday the Gutsy By Nature fan page on Facebook surpassed 3000 fans! Seems like just yesterday when I was excited to have anyone
UPDATE: Congratulations to our winner, Liz L. Thanks to all for entering! When I started this blog just five months ago I didn’t know if anyone would read it outside my immediate family and close friends. But I thought that if I could help just one person