This post is sponsored by Happy Egg Co. All opinions are my own. A few weeks ago, I wrote a post about egg labeling. Egg labeling is confusing, to say the least. Most people don’t know an organic egg from a free-range egg from a cage-free egg. Eggs that come from happy hens who are basking in […]
This post for Harissa Roasted Carrots contains affiliate links. One of the principles of healthy eating I teach to my nutrition coaching clients it that vegetables should fill up half your plate. That means, in most cases, you need to prepare multiple vegetable dishes at dinner time. I’m often asked for good vegetable side dish […]
This post is sponsored by Happy Egg Co, and all opinions are my own. I often get this question: “Why is organic/healthy/gluten-free food so expensive?” Alas, it is a great question because organic/healthy/gluten-free food IS often more expensive; however, I believe most people are asking the wrong question. Instead, I encourage you to ask this […]
This fish recipe is delicious, flavorful and perfect for the summer and fall seasons when dill is readily available. You can use dried dill if fresh dill is not available. This recipe is Whole30 compliant without the white wine.
This post about 10 lessons from a celiac on Whole30 contains affiliate links. I have celiac disease and have always said that being gluten-free is NOT enough to heal your body. If you think about it, just taking out the irritant food does little to heal your body. In addition to removing gluten, you must […]
This Whole30 slow cooker chicken recipe post contains affiliate links. As I rounded out Day 29 of the Whole30 challenge, I was feeling food fatigued. I was looking for something new and different to make and eat. And I’m a little sick of cooking too. So I wanted to make something with my slow cooker. […]