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Interview with Dr. Natasha


Click here to listen to listen to my interview with Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride on my Blog Talk Radio Show, GAPS Journey.
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Nourished Living Summit Live Today!

Nourished Living Summit

Have you ever felt overwhelmed when it comes to making the best choices for your family?

The Nourished Living Summit brings together 69 natural health, wellness, and parenting professionals who are dedicated to helping parents care for their family naturally. These experts know that this parenting gig is not easy and as such are … click here to continue reading Nourished Living Summit Live Today!

Homemade Vanilla Extract Roundup Post

Simple Homemade Vanilla Extract from Family Gone Healthy

Last week I shared Making Your Own Homemade Grain-Free Vanilla Extract – today I have a round up of vanilla extracts posts with gorgeous photos!

How to Make Your Own Homemade Vanilla Extract from Jessica at Delicious Obsessions

Homemade Vanilla from Raia’s Recipes

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Pacific Island Pineapple Papaya Coconut Fudge Babies

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“Fudge Babies” is a term coined by Chocolate Covered Katie. Her Original Fudge Babies are advanced GAPS legal (since they contain cocoa powder).  Katie compares these to Larabars.  Okay, here’s a confession… I’ve been cheating with Larabar’s.  Now many of the Larabar varieties are GAPS legal (if you aren’t too worried about making sure … click here to continue reading Pacific Island Pineapple Papaya Coconut Fudge Babies

Making Your Own Homemade Grain-Free Vanilla Extract

Make Your Own Vanilla

I began making my own vanilla extract since 2007.  I have to tell you the very first time I bought a bottle of vodka I was very hesitant.  You see, I was raised in a very religious home.  Grape juice was substituted at church for communion.  No alcohol whatsoever was used … click here to continue reading Making Your Own Homemade Grain-Free Vanilla Extract

Working with a Classical Homeopath

Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride, founder of the GAPS Diet, talks about the cherries on top of our GAPS cake and I’ve explored several “cherries” in the past four years.  Recently I decided to take a look at what homeopathy can do for me and my mom.   Sometimes I delve into learning more about a healing modality … click here to continue reading Working with a Classical Homeopath

Naturally Sweetened Treats Community Cookbook

Naturally Sweetened Treats

Naturally Sweetened Treats is the 2nd community cookbook hosted by Pat Robinson from Heal Thyself and Aubrey Griffin Johnson from Homegrown and Healthy. The first was released in January and was entitled Winter Soups.

Naturally Sweetened Treats is a 102-page electronic book which is instantly downloadable to any reader or computer. … click here to continue reading Naturally Sweetened Treats Community Cookbook

Rainbow Scrambled Eggs

Rainbow Scrambled Eggs

One of my favorite ways to stretch eggs is to add plenty of vegetables. Luckily for me, this is one of my son’s favorite breakfasts. For him, it’s all about volume.  If the plate looks nice and full, he’s happy.  If I’ve just scrambled two eggs, he is not amused.

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Winter Soups Community Cookbook

Winter Soups Community Cookbook

Have you ever heard of community cookbooks?  I’ve seen them over the years, and most of the time they seem to be put together by women’s groups.  I’ve seen community cookbooks put together by church groups, parent teacher associations and gardening groups.  Just google “community cookbooks” and tons of hits come … click here to continue reading Winter Soups Community Cookbook