Traditional Foods

I recently had the privilege of attending the Westin A. Price Foundation conference. The Weston A. Price Foundation (WAPF) is your source for accurate information on nutrition and health, always aiming to provide the scientific validation of traditional foodways. It was an amazing weekend learning from teachers and leaders in the industry of health and wellness.…

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Are you suffering from the “Sugar Blues”?

Sugar Blues Like heroin, cocaine and caffeine, sugar is an addictive, destructive drug, yet we consume it daily in everything from cigarettes to bread. –William Dufty, author of Sugar Blues.  The United States is the largest consumer of sweeteners and one of the largest global sugar importers. We started in 1689 when the first sugar…

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Apple Butternut Sausage Stuffing with Cranberries

So I made this recipe with my weekly cooking client to see how it would work or not for a grain free stuffing or side dish for the Holidays. She loved it so much that we are making it for Thanksgiving and she has already had it twice this month.  This is a dish I…

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Caribbean Chicken with Kale and Black Bean Salad

We have had some amazing weather this past September and October, but this last week has turned to winter quickly.  I’m drinking hot drinks all day long.  I’m wanting warm foods with a little tang to it.  When these things happen, it means it’s getting colder outside.  Too bad it started to happen before Halloween…

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A Healthy Halloween?  Is it Possible???

At Inspiring Health, we believe in celebrating holidays and having fun, however, we know that it can be done by setting loving boundaries to upgrade our favorite treats.  We all need to spend a little time on planning, prepping and providing options for our children and our families.  It’s also our job to educate our…

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Kale Brownies, Grain Free!

During this time of year I have an abundance of kale growing in my garden.  I try to get it to last for as long as possible.  Kale will survive until the first really hard frost, so usually into November. I like to make soups to freeze.  I love my sweet kale salad recipe but…

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5 Tips to De-Sugar Your Kids Diet

I have two beautiful boys, with lots of energy and boundless joy. My one son was having some difficulties with behaviors, I suspected some food allergies, so we had him tested and now we are a gluten free household. Obviously, with me being a Sugar Mama and conducting 7 day sugar cleanses with my clients,…

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Cauliflower Shrimp Risotto (Grain & Dairy Free)

I was introduced to Risotto about 12 years ago in Italy.   I had earned a trip to Italy with the company I was working for.  The owner and his wife attended with my husband and I and what a great place to visit when your pregnant.  I was 4 months pregnant with my almost…

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Do You Need Omega 3’s?

Did you know that about 95% of Americans aren’t getting enough Omega 3’s in their diet!?  All fat is not created equal!  Omega 3’s are on the front line of defense against inflammation – which as you may have heard, is at the root of nearly every disease.  It’s SO important to make sure we’re…

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AMAZING Homemade Grain Free Trail Mix

Granola can be such a great on-the-go snack.  With that being said, not all granola are treated equally. Many have grains in them (including oats) and loads of sugar.  Many also have nuts and seeds that were roasted at high heat or tainted refined oils.   The healthy way to make granola is grain free,…

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Super Simple Yummy Summer Veggie Recipes! Enough said.

    Dairy Free Lemon Artichoke Soup This delicious summer soup uses cauliflower to make a delicious creamy soup without the dairy! Ingredients: (use organic where possible)• 2 TBSP pasture raised butter or coconut oil• ½ onion, chopped • 2 celery stalks, chopped • 2-3 cloves garlic, minced • 1 quart chicken or vegetable broth •…

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