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Smoked Salmon and Yam Salad with Creamy Chipotle-Lime Dressing

 Mark As Read    

Today I'm going to share with you a recipe from our brand new cookbook! This creamy "potato" salad is so full of flavor and packed with protein (from the salmon) and complex carbohydrates (from the yams) to keep you fueled throughout the day. I like to serve it over salad greens for an easy lunch. For those of you who don't eat fi...

Creamy Asparagus Soup with Cashew Dill Cream (dairy-free)

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Spring is in the air…well at least for us on the west coast. I've been making some variation of this very simple dairy-free asparagus soup that I think you're going to love. The raw cashew-dill cream adds such a nice touch to the soup. It's optional though, in case you are allergic to cashews.Did you know that asparagus is an excellent ...

Date-Glazed Banana Donuts (grain-free, gluten-free, refined sugar-free)

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I have to tell you that it's been over a decade since I've had any kind of donut but lately my kids were asking about them. I think they tried a gluten-free donut at a party years ago but that's been there only exposure. So I decided to invest in some safe non-stick donut pans and try making baked grain-free donuts. I don't by any m...

How to Make Raw Vanilla White Chocolates (dairy-free, vegan)

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Today I have a special Valentine's treat for you—a healthy recipe for raw white chocolate! This recipe uses just a few ingredients and is dairy-free. Traditional white chocolate usually contains sugar and milk solids, along with cacao butter. My recipe uses raw honey and raw cashew butter, as well as raw cacao butter. If you can't handle th...

Super Immune-Boosting Chicken Soup

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Your grandmother was right…chicken soup is one of the best medicines when you are sick. In fact, you might want to consider gathering ingredients for homemade chicken soup before reaching for that over-the-counter cold medicine. Soup made from whole chickens is rich in carnosine, which has been shown to inhibit damage from viruses in the body, incl...

The NEW Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook

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The brand new, completely revised edition of The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook is available for preorder now! I'm so excited to share beautiful photos from our new book and answer the many questions we've been receiving about it. If you've been following us on Facebook and Instagram you've likely seen updates about the new book. Our...

How To Make Brown Rice Flour Tortillas (gluten-free, vegan)

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Making your own gluten-free brown rice flour tortillas is so simple! With just a few ingredients you can make healthier tortillas at home. My recipe is egg-free and xanthan-free as well. I use a cast iron tortilla press to quickly press all of the tortillas, and then I cook them in a hot cast iron skillet on my stovetop. My children love to help wi...

Vanilla Coconut Cream "Cheesecake" (dairy-free, gluten-free, vegan)

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Hello dear readers! I have a special treat for you today....literally! A dairy-free, grain-free "cheesecake" made from my Soured Coconut Cream recipe. This no-bake recipe is so simple to make and will delight your friends and family. I've tested it many different ways to get the perfect ratio of ingredients, in fact maybe too much, be...

Homemade Dairy-Free Sour Cream (nut-free, soy-free, vegan)

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Do you ever crave that rich, creamy taste of sour cream but are sensitive to dairy products? I created a very simple replacement for sour cream that can be dolloped over baked potatoes or yams, spooned over beans and rice, added to tacos, used to make a layered taco salad, or used to make no-bake "cheesecakes"!! Seriously, where can't...

Green Cleansing Juice

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Happy New Year! Cheers! This is our favorite green juice recipe, in fact, our children think it's the bomb! They love it. Serve it in a pretty glass with a stainless steel or glass straw. The recipe below is very mild, I actually add quite a bit more kale when I make it. This recipe is part of our new Elimination Diet Program and Book! We'v...

Christmas Kale Salad

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I wanted to share share this scrumptious holiday kale salad with you. It makes the perfect potluck dish to share with friends and family this season. I know I've been quite absent on my blog for the past 6 months or so. The reason for this is that we got a book deal with a publisher last spring thanks to our wonderful agent, Celeste Fine! (I...

Sprouted Brown Rice Bread (gluten-free + yeast-free)

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Here is the recipe you've all been waiting for! I posted a photo of this gluten-free bread to our Facebook page over a month ago and received quite a bit of excited feedback. Yeast-free bread is so simple and quick to make because there is no rising time! Just mix the ingredients together and pop it in the oven. This bread makes excellent sa...

Chocolate Walnut Brownies (Grain-Free, Gluten-Free)

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We thought you would like a simple gluten-free brownie to share with friends and family this holiday weekend. This recipe is unique in that it contains NO flour at all. Walnuts and cocoa powder make up the bulk of the recipe! You can find these brownies in our Nourishing Meals cookbook along with many other healthy gluten-free recipes. If you need...

Coconut Banana Ice Cream Bars (dairy-free, gluten-free, nut-free)

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The other morning I slept in and came downstairs to see my oldest daughter, Lily, put a pan of something into the freezer. I asker her what she made and she responded: "frozen coconut banana cream bars." We all enjoyed them as a treat throughout the day. Then later I saw her on the computer (which rarely ever happens) and asked her what s...

Chocolate-Hazelnut-Goji Berry Cookies (grain-free, gluten-free)

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This healthy little cookie recipe came to me in a flash the other day....all written out in my mind. I knew I had to get busy in the kitchen and make them. They turned out great the first time! Living in the Pacific Northwest we have an ample supply of hazelnuts so I like to use every opportunity I get to incorporate them into my recipes. If you do...

Raw Thai Wraps with Cilantro-Pumpkin Seed PAsté

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We have a garden full of tender fresh collard greens right now which is what inspired me to create these nourishing raw wraps! My children even love them. Well, my 8-year old thinks they are just okay, and the littlest one can only really eat the pAsté and cucumber strips, but the rest of the gang enjoys them! I know I haven't been blogging mu...

Dandelion Root Chai Tea

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I don't know about you but I love warm spicy drinks like chai tea. I prefer to make my own because coffee shop chai is usually far too sweet for me. I've been working on perfecting a chai tea recipe for some time now. Yesterday I was inspired to add dandelion root to my recipe after reading this article on the amazing cancer-fighting effect...

Banana Almond Butter Muffins (gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free)

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I like to make this healthy grain-free muffin recipe after my children go to sleep at night so they have something nourishing to eat for breakfast—especially helpful on really busy mornings! The other day my daughter wanted to know how much protein each muffin had so she worked out how many grams of protein each ingredient contained and then divide...

Packing Healthy Lunches to GO!

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I've already written about packing healthy school lunches for children here. But what about you, the adult? If you are working full time or going to school, you might want some ideas on simple ways to create a nourishing lunch. Of course, taking leftovers is always an option, but what about something new? Let's face it, if we really want t...

Gluten-Free Cinnamon Rolls (vegan + refined sugar-free)

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Happy Holidays! I created this yummy gluten-free, vegan cinnamon roll recipe about a month ago and have been looking forward to posting it here for you all! It makes a fun treat to share with family and friends around the holidays. This recipe uses a mix of a few gluten-free whole grain flours along with ground golden flax seeds to add structure an...

Beyond Breakfast Cereal: Healthy Options to Start your Day!

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Many of of grew up on cold breakfast cereal with cow's milk. I did a little research and learned how this tradition began, because you see, humans have only recently begun to rely on these processed foods. Our ancestors always consumed real whole foods. Cold breakfast cereals started to become popular in the late 1800's, when Keith Kellogg ...

Cranberry Orange Upside Down Cake (grain-free)

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I adore cranberries as you probably already know if you've been reading my blog. This healthy cranberry orange upside down cake recipe isn't very rich or sweet. In fact I sweeten it with just a few tablespoons of maple syrup. It's plenty sweet for my family though. Once you cut sugar out of your diet your taste buds become very sensitiv...

Wild Rice, Kale, and Cranberry Pilaf

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Here is a hearty, antioxidant-rich, winter pilaf recipe for all of you wild rice fans out there! This simple recipe makes a perfect addition to your holiday table. It can even be used as a stuffing for turkey. I like to add chopped, roasted hazelnuts just before serving. It's seriously good, and good for you! Wild rice, kale, and fresh cranber...

Natural Home Remedies for the Cold and Flu Season

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As soon as school starts back up in the fall my children inevitably get a little sniffle or a slight cough. It's a good thing to be exposed to viruses and bacteria. It makes the immune system stronger. But how your immune system reacts depends on a lot of factors. Certain foods, nutritional supplements, herbs, and other remedies may be very ben...

Chocolate Cupcakes with Creamy Yam Frosting (grain-free, gluten-free, dairy-free)

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I thought these healthy gluten-free chocolate cupcakes with bright orange frosting looked quite festive for halloween. You could even offer them to your children in exchange for their candy loot! My children normally go trick-or-treating and then come back home and give most of their candy away to the last of the trick-or-treaters. Oh what joy they...

Creamy Almond Kale Smoothie

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If there was one thing you could do right now to improve your health would you do it? Eating raw cruciferous vegetables daily might be our saving grace in this increasingly toxic world. Cruciferous vegetables will upregulate or "produce" the enzymes your body needs to eliminate environmental toxins and properly metabolize estrogen. They a...

Simple Slow-Cooked Chicken Curry

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The days are getting shorter, colder, and busier! Having simple, nourishing meals ready to eat when you get home from work or school is so important. Now that the weather has changed, I've been using my slow cooker more often. This chicken curry recipe is so simple that I almost didn't post it! I've made it a number of times in the last...

Are GMOs Increasing the Incidence of Gluten Sensitivities?

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Jeffrey Smith and Tom Malterre, MS, CN Discuss GMOs and Gluten from Whole Life Nutrition on Vimeo. I had the honor of interviewing author and GMO expert, Jeffrey Smith, at the recent Seeds of Doubt Conference in LA. We had a lively discussion on how the consumption of genetically engineered foods may be contributing to the rise in gluten sensitivi...

Butternut Squash, Kale, & White Bean Soup

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There is nothing more nourishing than a bowl of warm vegetable bean soup on a chilly autumn evening! This simple soup can be made in about 30 minutes, perfect if you are crunched for time on a busy weeknight. I like to keep small containers of cooked beans in my freezer so I can pull them out and whip something up in a hurry! You could of course us...

Preserving The Genius of Life ~ A Call to ACTION!

 Mark As Read    

We have an unprecedented Opportunity To Preserve The Genius of Life right now! There is one thing that keeps us from following our intuition and separates us from our own common sense. Doubt. If we have a doubt in our minds, our convictions can waiver often causing us to settle for far less than an ideal situation. Need a prime example? GMOs (Ge...

How to Roast Beets ~ The Easy Way!

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Beets are a funny kind of vegetable. Although, they are one of my favorite foods, many folks aren't too fond of them. Though it's interesting that when I prepare a recipe using beets, I get a lot of converts. Roasting beets softens their earthy flavor and brings out a wonderful sweetness. This way is so simple that you'll probably never go back to ...

Simple Ways to Preserve Fruit

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This time of year the fruit is falling off the trees and many people wonder how they can preserve it. A lot of fresh fruit ends up rotting. Maybe this is part of nature's grand design to add compost to the soil surrounding the roots? I don't know, but this time of year is very busy for most folks who have fruit trees and berry bushes. There are a f...

Flavored Lemonade (sugar-free)

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This is another guest post by my 10-year old daughter, Lily (I helped her format the recipe). For those of you who have been reading this blog for a while you might remember the first guest post she did on Homemade Seaweed Snacks. This is another yummy creation of hers, I hope you enjoy it as much as we do! -Ali :)What inspired me to create lemonad...

Nightshade-Free Salsa

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The other week I was picking my daughter up from art camp and another mother came up to me to let me know the changes in her health that came about after following our Elimination Diet years ago. She said that she looks and feels so differently now and is not the person she used to be....in a good way. She was beautiful and her skin glowing! One of...

Apricot-Cherry Upside Down Cake (gluten-free, grain-free, nut-free)

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Summer's bounty is here and needs to be preserved or used right away! What do you do to preserve the summer harvest of fruits and vegetables? For fruit, we freeze it, dehydrate it into fruit roll-ups or small pieces, make jam, make fun cakes or crisps, and just enjoy it fresh.This cake recipe evolved after creating a grain-free apple cobbler (with ...

Peach Ginger Mint Green Smoothie

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This fresh, summery smoothie will quench your thirst and rejuvenate your cells! My ingredients veer a little from the smoothie ingredients we typically use. This one makes use of all of the produce (except ginger) you can find at your your local Farmer's Market or food co-op right now! Since I have a smoothie recipe for winter, spring, and autumn, ...

Heirloom Tomato Basil Quinoa Salad

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I love summertime's bounty of fresh produce! I created this recipe while visiting family in the Midwest, where you can actually find a variety of tomatoes this time of year. In the Pacific Northwest the tomatoes are not in abundance until mid-August. Heirloom tomatoes have not been hybridized over the years and have a sweeter taste, but are also ge...

Packing Healthy Food for Air Travel

 Mark As Read    

Trying to pack up and get out the door on time to catch an airplane can be difficult as it is, but add in packing all of your own food for the day, and you have what sounds like a bit of work. I've been packing my own food for airplane trips since I was twenty years old and I can tell you, that with a little planning, it can be very simple. There a...

Strawberry Salad with Candied Pumpkin Seeds

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We just got back from visiting family in the midwest. This recipe is one my mom likes to make often, though I have put my own twist to it. She asked me to make it one evening for dinner, but we were out of sliced almonds, which she toasts on the stove with a little bit of honey and sprinkles over the salad. I found raw pumpkin seeds in her freezer ...

Watermelon Whole Fruit Popsicles

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Cool down this summer with homemade fruit popsicles! You'll save money and reduce wasteful packaging by making your own. Plus, by adding in pieces of whole fruit, these healthy treats become quite beautiful and irresistible!I've made homemade popsicles so many ways! You can puree whole fruit and pour it into molds, use any type of freshly pressed j...

Raw Berry Tart with a Coconut Pastry Cream (vegan, gluten-free)

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I have something for you, just in time for 4th of July celebrations.....and no cooking required! I used to think that making tarts was a complicated process, but it is really quite simple. You will need a 9 or 10-inch tart pan with a removable bottom, which can be found on amazon.com or your local kitchen store. For this recipe I use my standard nu...

Our New Cookbook: Nourishing Meals

 Mark As Read    

Hello dear readers! We are excited to finally announce the details of our new cookbook, Nourishing Meals: Healthy Gluten-Free Recipes for the Whole Family. It has been years in the making and we much appreciate all of your emails, comments, and suggestions as it helped shape the book. The book is due out at the end of August, 2012. You can now pre-...

Buckwheat Pecan Thumbprint Cookies

 Mark As Read    

Try making these healthy, gluten-free cookies on a rainy afternoon with your children. They will surely brighten your day! Recipes made with freshly ground buckwheat flour (from raw groats) does not require the addition of xanthan gum in order to stay together without crumbling. Buckwheat is a grain that is quite often heavily contaminated with glu...

Low Sugar Green Smoothie

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Okay, this smoothie doesn't look too green now does it? Berries and greens blended up equal brown. Although the color may not look too appetizing, the flavor is amazing! Our 4-year old twin boys drink it with a straw. They now race to see who is done first. We hear "done" and then "done" and then "no, I was done first" and then "I'm not playing fir...

Simple Whole Roasted Organic Chicken with Garlic & Herbs

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We like to roast a whole, organic chicken on occasion for family meals. In the wintertime I will serve it with sautéed winter greens, such as kale and collards, a few spoonfuls of raw sauerkraut or cultured vegetables, and roasted root vegetables. In the springtime, I like to serve it with a light quinoa radish salad with fresh parsley, lemon, and...

Gluten-Free Flatbread Recipe made from Soaked Whole Grains (yeast-free, vegan)

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I'm very excited to share this super simple gluten-free flatbread recipe with you today. It is made entirely from soaked gluten-free whole grains....no flours! This is a guest post from the lovely Kim Wilson of Simply Natural Health. Kim has written a fabulous e-book entitled Good and Easy Eats where you can find more of her delicious gluten-free s...

Homemade Seaweed Snacks

 Mark As Read    

Have you ever tried those salty seaweed snacks you buy at places like Trader Joe's? I know, their addicting, we've tried them before and my children loved them! I won't buy them because they have so much packaging and because canola oil is listed as one of the ingredients (which is a genetically engineered food). My 10 year old daughter has been th...

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