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    Ginger Butternut Soup

    Ginger Butternut Soup Serves 4-6 Ingredients: 2 tablespoons chicken fat, tallow, olive oil or coconut oil3 cups butternut squash cubes (frozen or fresh)2 cups diced sweet potato (about 1 medium sweet potato)2 cups diced yellow onion (about 1 large onion)1.5 cups sliced carrots (about 3-4 medium carrots)3-5 garlic cloves, roughly chopped2 teaspoons of grated ginger —Read More

    Lemon Herb and Garlic Kabobs

    Lemon Herb and Garlic Kabobs Ingredients: 1 Tablespoon fresh oregano1 Tablespoon fresh thyme1 Tablespoon fresh sage 1 teaspoon ground grey or pink salt3-4 garlic cloves, minced1/4 cup olive oil2 lemons3 chicken breasts1 medium zucchini1 medium onion Directions: Combine all marinade ingredients into a large mixing bowl and whisk to combine. For the lemons - quarter —Read More

    Slow Cooker Grass-Fed Pot Roast

      Slow Cooker Grass-Fed Pot Roast I really don't have a lot of time to cook on weeknights, so I'm starting to rely on slow cookers more often. In this video I'm showing you how I make an easy pot roast dinner that takes only 10 minutes to prepare. The ingredients are simple, and allergen-free. I am —Read More

    Slow Cooker Pulled Chicken BBQ {Paleo, Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free}

    Slow Cooker Pulled Chicken BBQ We don't think of it as medicinal food, but barbecue can be good for the body, especially if you use grass-raised organic meat, a healthful sauce, and lots of antioxidant-rich spices! I make this slow cooker barbecue recipe 2-3 times every month. It's really easy, and so good. This recipe is —Read More

    Rosemary Roasted Sweet Potatoes

      Roasted vegetables is one of the easiest dishes to make as a beginning cook, and extremely healthy this time of year. Root vegetables are naturally warming to the body, and they provide minerals and carbohydrates that give the body extra energy. I love making sweet potatoes for family gatherings, and on Sundays. The leftovers make —Read More

    Cranberry Quinoa Harvest Salad

    As I wait for labor to begin, I wanted to share another cold weather recipe with you! Eating hearty salads this time of year is a good way to balance the heavy warming foods of the season, flood your body with enzymes, and keep things moving through your digestive system! I made this salad for —Read More

    Miso Lentil Soup

    I just finished making this batch of Miso Lentil Soup for our Take Back Your Health Retreat in the Outer Banks this weekend. I like to offer a couple of soup options for breakfast and lunch during the retreats for those who like very simple, savory and grounding meals. This recipe is full of flavor —Read More

    Lemon Garlic Roasted Chicken and Vegetables

    This is another very simple, allergen-free recipe that we made at the recent Take Back Your Health Retreat in the Outer Banks. You can also throw in some chopped root vegetables during roasting to make this a complete meal! Be sure to choose organic chicken, and better if you can order your chicken from a —Read More

    Simple Salad with Beets, Citrus, Chickpeas and Balsamic Dressing

    This is a really quick meal that gets in all the major nutrients - protein, fat, carbohydrates, antioxidants and fiber. We made this salad at the recent Take Back Your Health Retreat in the Outer Banks. I hope you'll try it out! Simple Salad with Beets, Citrus, Chickpeas and Balsamic Dressing Makes 4 servings Ingredients: —Read More

    Simple Bolognese Pasta With Secret Ingredient To Combat Fatigue {Paleo, Gluten-Free,}

    Liver on the menu? It's generally considered less-than-appetizing to most Americans. But you and I know better! If you've been coming to the Take Back Your Health Conferences or Retreats, or you've been to any of my seminars, then you know that liver is a very traditional food and is full of specific key nutrients that specifically —Read More

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