SuperFood Berry Salad

  Print Recipe Super Food Berry Salad w/Tarragon Lemon Dressing Servings: 2 Ingredients4 cups organic spring mix & spinach greens4 hard-boiled organic free-range eggs use only the yolks1 pear cored and grated1/2 head cabbage shredded & diced1 avocado chopped1/4 cup blackberries8 segments mandarin orange or tangerineDressing3/4 cup extra virgin olive oil1 Tablespoon lemon zest2 Tablespoons…

Continue Reading →

Spring is the Time to Support the Liver and this is the Best Juice in the World!

Is your liver sluggish?  Are you experiencing any allergy-like symptoms or hormone imbalance?  These can be signs that it’s time to support your liver by giving it a little love. This beet ginger juice smoothie is actually quite delicious and it’s perfect for detoxing and supporting your liver. The health of your liver has a…

Continue Reading →

Power Snack: Maca-Cacao Nib Crunch Truffles

Do you ever find yourself feeling tired and needing a “pick-me-up” in the afternoon? Or, do you crave something chocolate to give you an energy boost? If yes, you will love this delicious yet healthy chocolate truffle! If complaints of afternoon thyroid fatigue are on most days of the week, be sure to speak with…

Continue Reading →

Red Bell Pepper & Spinach Quiche

Try this delicious red bell pepper & spinach quiche!  Red bell peppers have the highest vitamin C content of all fruits and vegetables and spinach is a power house rich in vitamins A, K, E, & C. 1.5 Tbs extra-virgin olive oil, divided 1 red bell pepper cored, seeded, & thinly sliced (or chopped) 1…

Continue Reading →

Paleo Collagen Anti-aging Smoothie

The human body produces collagen naturally; however, it diminishes as a result of aging.  It’s really not fair! The outward signs of decreased collagen production are often seen as wrinkling and thinning of skin and brittle hair and nails. (who needs that??). Poor joint health can also be a result since collagen supports our joints,…

Continue Reading →

Coconut Chai Tea

Do you struggle with Candida (yeast overgrowth) or poor digestion?  I did in my early days of healing Hashimoto’s.  This special tea blend is rich in antioxidants like black tea (decaf, of course) cinnamon, ginger, natural chai, black pepper, cardamom, clove and Star anise. This is a wonderful tea blend to support gut health and…

Continue Reading →

Tahini Dressing

Tahini Dressing Years ago when dining in Boston with my husband, I literally begged the chef to give me his recipe for the dressing that came with my appetizer. He was generous to share and gave it to me hand-written on a napkin! I still have it today in my favorite recipe cookbook. Since then…

Continue Reading →

Cold Spaghetti Squash Salad & Lemon Basil Dressing

Cold Spaghetti Squash Salad

Cold Spaghetti Squash Salad with Lemon Basil Dressing Its light flavor, texture, and refreshing taste is a reminder of a warm sunny day.  My cold spaghetti squash salad with lemon basil dressing is like a delicious pasta salad but better!  This recipe is not only quick and easy, it’s elegant and perfect for spring or summer…

Continue Reading →

Garlic Sunflower Seed Dressing

Garlic Sunflower Seed Dressing Please see my post “The Fat Conundrum: Good Fats versus Bad Fats” to learn how good fats are good for our health! ½ cup raw hulled sunflower seeds 1 cup water 3 Tbs. fresh lemon juice 2 Tbs. apple cider vinegar 1 Tbs. coconut aminos ¼ cup chopped fresh parsley 1 tsp.…

Continue Reading →

Italian Chicken Sausage Pasta Bake

Italian Chicken Sausage Pasta Bake in White Casserole Dish

This recipe is simply outstanding.  It’s actually one of my most requested dishes and I love to make it. If I need to make a dish for someone who is ill or a family that’s going through a health crisis, this is what I always make.  It just has “nurturing” written all over it! I…

Continue Reading →

Page 6 of 9