June 22, 2019
Kale and pears are both good liver foods, and great prebiotics for the gut as are the onions and parsley. The avocado and cashews add some good quality fats and the yogurt provides both prebiotic and probiotics.
Trim the kale and tear into pieces suitable for a salad. Add the celery, pears, red onion, and parsley. Mix well. Add the avocado dressing and mix. Allow the salad to sit for an hour before eating to soften the kale. Chopped cashews can be added to make it more substantial. Season to taste.
Note: Purple Kale or Black Kale can also be used
July 09, 2019
In a recent study looking at young adults, an association was found between eating fermented foods and a reduction in social anxiety. Researchers found that amongst students who were prone to being anxious and hyper, those who ate fermented foods were less anxious overall and that included social circumstances. Less anxiety = more sociable. Who knew it could be that simple?
July 03, 2019
June 25, 2019
Thyroid issues seem to be on the rise and health professionals are looking in different areas for a smoking gun. Some blame gluten. Some assume everyone has an autoimmune condition like Hashimoto’s, even without a proper diagnosis.
And most approach the thyroid, like it is the problem and therefore giving it some key nutrients will solve the problem.