How many different types of vegetables do you eat each week? 10? 20? If you said 30 (or even more) you’re well on track to better health. And, if you have no idea how to achieve that goal, well – I’ve got you covered!
Autoimmunity and the removal of nightshades from your diet. What exactly are nightshades and why should you consider removing them? For many of us with autoimmune disease, nightshades can be a tricky proposition.
Learn why eating sustainably caught fish is good for the planet, good for your gut, good for your digestion and good for getting more nutrient density into your diet. I’m on a quest!
“All the cooking!” is the common refrain from newbies to the AIP. But, finding your AIP food groove doesn’t have to be complicated. Apply these three simple little rules to make it work for you.
One of my favourite hobbies is to ferment my vegetables. And it turns out it’s a GREAT choice in a hobby because the edible end result is so good for you. And, it’s economical and seasonal and sustainable – and all those other things that a thinking AIPer is interested in. Onwards!
I first shared how to ferment your vegetables back in October 2015! I’m still using this method to make seriously nutrient-dense and gut-friendly probiotic-filled fermented veggies. They taste amazing and are so good for you!
This is my ‘starter’ list of 9 tips for adding nutrient density to your diet.
My AIP crew tell me that focusing on what you add (rather than what you remove) is useful for them in managing feelings of deprivation.
This ALL THE LEAFY GREENS Frittata-ta-ta-ta-ta is chock-full of good stuff.
I created this baby as part of my quest to further up my nutrient density this year. If you have successfully reintroduced eggs back into your life, you will love it. I promise!
Recently, a couple of long-term AIPers have asked me where I stand on the idea of reintroducing gluten to my diet after all this time following an AIP way of life.
My response is simple. And it’s the same as it was six years ago…
Slow Cooked Pork Carnitas with Cranberry Relish are so good! These babies are 100% AIP friendly and so easy to whip up for a crowd. This recipe is from my super-good mate, Emma and I know you’re going to love it. It’s so easy to prepare.