Good nutrition is often the key to turning around conditions and greatly enhancing our energy and well being. With the wealth of information available to us, it can feel daunting with where to start and what to eat. An additional challenge is that no one diet fits everyone. Often just cleaning up our diet in any way can help us to feel better but in order to sustain our health its best to match our eating to our own body's needs. Understanding the best balance for our own body intake carbs, quality protein and healthy fats is a good start.
The following are some ways of getting started with that...........
Dr. Mercola's free online nutritional typing test to help identify your own specific needs between healthy carbs vs proteins. (8 min video and short quiz)
Let food be your medicine and medicine be your food. ~ Hippocrates
New York Times Bestselling author Elana Amsterdam founded Elana’s Pantry, a go-to website for easy, healthy, grain-free, Paleo recipes, in 2006.
Crispy parmesan roasted chickpeas, spiced sweet potato crisps and kale chips.
A protein packed granola with the just the balance of sweet and crunch.
Here's one of many green drinks that can be a great way to start your day. This site, Autoimmune Paleo, was created by Angie and Mickey as a path back to health.
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My New Roots by Sarah Britton, Holistic Nutritionist CSN. Her focus is on delicious, easy to make and healthy food. She likes to take classic recipes and make them healthy.
Erica Herwien created this
site after one of her son's was diagnosed with Crohn's.You’ll find recipes for digestive health, clean eating, and special diets.
My New Roots by Sarah Britton, Holistic Nutritionist CSN. Her videos are worth watching on the potent changes that came come from aligning with our food.
Delicious kale, avocado, chickpea, goat cheese salad that's a meal in itself.
Danielle Walker's site is Against all Grain. After being diagnosed with an autoimmune disease when she was 22 years old, Danielle realized that she needed to make dietary changes to end her suffering.