If you’re not used to eating greens, pesto can especially be a great place to start. This recipe tastes traditional, but sneaks in foods you might not otherwise pair together … Continue reading Garden-grown Healthy Homemade Protein-packed Pesto
Summer is here and it’s time to fire up your grill! Here are five PCOS-friendly burgers to enjoy! Remember, gluten-free is the best option. Put your burger on a full … Continue reading 5 PCOS-friendly Burgers to Grill
There’s something about eating a flower from a healthy plant that just makes you want to smile. It’s yellow, warmed and grown by the sun and will make you want to … Continue reading Lunch: Caesar Salad with Salmon and blooming Broccoli Florettes
If you are consuming less than 5 cups of salad a day, your body may be under-nourished. Did you know that we need about 4,700 mg per day of Potassium to … Continue reading How much salad should you be eating each day?
Dinner: Wild Caught Pacific Salmon! We seasoned ours with a little bit of garlic rub, chopped up fresh basil and German basil from the garden, then lemon slices and lemon … Continue reading Dinner: Lemon-Basil Salmon + Quinoa + Green Beans
Today’s dish is a result of me getting in the test kitchen sort of mood, as I decided to make lemon-aide from lemons you might say — or in this case, … Continue reading Snack | Side Dish: Gluten-free Fried Green Tomatoes
My Kindergartner has been a trouper coming off of gluten, sugar, dairy, and corn. I didn’t realize how much he relied on foods that had a higher insulin response until … Continue reading LUNCH | DINNER: Gluten-free bread-less “breaded” Chicken Strips & Sweet-Potato Fries
Today I did a Sam’s run and was thrilled to find that they were carrying a great Kale-Spinach-Swiss Chard-Carrot Medley Salad Mix. It made it a snap to toss this … Continue reading DINNER: Italian Chicken, Roasted Beets, & Kale-Spinach-Swiss Chard Salad Medley