This recipe comes from Marina Peck, who is a Weston A. Price Foundation Chapter leader in the North Atlanta area and in training as a certified GAPS Coach. Marina’s interest in food came as an unexpected passion. She is a creative person at heart. Since her first daughter was born 24 years ago with […]
Spending money on supplements can take up a great portion of the budget, costing consumers more than they hope; but new information on supplements could change all that. Judith A. DeCava, CNC, LNC has put forth The Real Truth About Vitamins & Antioxidants which can open the eyes, and possibly close the pocketbook.
The news has been spattered with health concerns over raw milk sales in recent years, but the whole truth may shock you. Accusations of poisonings and even deaths from raw milk sales are serious and incite fears. Legislation to stop raw milk sales has been directly connected to these health concerns. Many people […]
Pumpkin spice ice cream is a delicious treat that aides the transition from summer to fall. Few things say the crispness of fall like pumpkin spice ice cream. It’s a treat that can balance out any warm fall day, filling your heart and belly with the coolness of ice cream while enjoying the […]
The medicinal value of sage is astonishing. It is an easy to grow garden herb, that thrives in most areas, even over the cold winter months. Traditionally, it is used to season pork, squash, root vegetables, beans, and egg dishes. Medicinally, the health benefits are literally shocking. Once you learn of the studies showing […]
Herbs and spices are wonderful for adding flavor to cooking, but their medicinal values are phenomenal. Bay leaves show incredible support to a healthy diet and should be used to both make food taste better, but primarily to support the body.
Clinical Biochemistry and Nutrition reported a study performed at the Department […]
“The basic reason we need sodium is osmotic pressure, a pressure on the inside and outside of the cell. Our bodies are supposed to be salty. We absolutely need a teaspoon and a half of salt a day to […]
Tongue is one of the most amazing dishes that, if you can handle the concept of what it is you’re cooking, will be many delicious meals. It’s the kind of meal that makes you wonder why you’re cooking it, but after you taste it you’ll wonder why you haven’t been eating it your […]
Breakfast quiche is a delicious all in one meal that can be made ahead of time and served warm or cold. This meal can save time and satisfy many.
Start with a GAPS approved pie crust that is a savory gluten free and sugar free recipe which works in […]
Pie pumpkins are small, often darker in color and cost roughly $2.86. They yield roughly 4 cups of pumpkin.
Jack-O-Lantern pumpkins are four times the size of pie pumpkins, nearly the same color and cost $4.00. They produce roughly 18 cups of pumpkin.
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