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No-Squish Spaghetti Squash

no-squish, spaghetti squash

Spaghetti squash is anything but squishy and it certainly is not green. You don’t even have to know how to cook to make this one. Out of excuses not to try it!!! Naturally gluten-free, spaghetti squash is the “pasta” to my spaghetti.

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Pumpkin Spice & Everything Nice

pumkin spice and everything nice

Do you love pumpkin spice? Me too! It is so easy to make and so healthy that you don’t need to deprive yourself of such a treat. It is naturally sugar-free, gluten-free, and dairy-free. This warm combination of quintessential autumn spices like cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, and cloves can be used in dishes both savory and sweet. I will show you the limitless uses of pumpkin spice far beyond pie.

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Stone Fruit

stone fruit, eating in sync with the seasons

Time for stone fruit. Fruit drips of the sweetness we are meant to enjoy. How to eat fresh fruit during illness…

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Cherry Smoothie For Fun And Super Nutrients

cherry smoothie

Cherry smoothies make my mouth water. Add cacao and it is a delight fit for royalty – YOU. While you are chronically ill, you can make simple meals that are beautiful, tasty and chalked full of nutrients to support your body. Come on, pick your favorite glass, whether it is a mason jar or fine crystal, a cherry smoothie looks mouthwatering…

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Easy Salads, No Complicated Impossible Stuff

easy quick salads

Sure, in our minds we can come up with a delicious salad. Then we head to the refrigerator and get lost in the sea of overwhelm. We don’t have the energy much less the ingredients. Instead of giving up on the salad idea, make an easy salad with what you have. It just might surprise you…

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Bamboo Shoots

Bamboo shoots, as a root vegetable, how fun and easy. Raw bamboo shoots come in a can if you cannot trek to Asia to dig them up yourself. The diet of a chronically ill person can get a bit dull. Let’s be more creative and healthy at the same time.

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Coffee Rise and Grind

Might as well put a twist and turn into your morning coffee by grinding it yourself. Freshly ground coffee has health benefits that are worth the extra 10 seconds it takes to do the grinding. It gets us off to a better day…

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Oddest Combos Make The Tastiest Recipes

Have you ever combined the oddest ingredients and come up with a tasty recipe? Try this oddball recipe with avocados, takes less than 5 minutes…

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Beauty of Chocolate

Finding ways to bring the beauty of chocolate into your healing journey. Pure real food like cacao can lift our spirits and raise us above the yuck-and-muck of chronic illness.

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Mulled Wine While Chronically Ill

It is Christmas time and mulled wine can sound divine to many. Yes, the debate on alcohol and illness/health/morals will continue to the end of the ages. If you are one who partakes, enjoy the health benefits of spices and CLEAN red wine.  Continue reading Mulled Wine While Chronically Ill