winter squash frittata

This winter frittata is a thick, hearty omelet that is packed with kale, Butternut squash and coconut milk. It is a perfect dish for a cold winter day, as it is both warming and satisfying. Read more

pumpkin skillet cookie

Pumpkin skillet cookie with maple caramel sauce: a healthier Halloween treat

This pumpkin cookie skillet with maple caramel sauce is the perfect healthier Halloween treat for your inner child and the whole family. It’s soft, chewy, and delicious, with all the flavors of fall. But it’s also made with almond flour, natural sweeteners, and healthy fats, so you can enjoy it without feeling guilty.

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vegetarian lasagne

It’s October, AKA month of All. The. Candy. With those snack-size treats comes heaps of anxiety—the agitation we might feel as parents watching our kids overindulge while trick-or-treating, the temptation we try to resist when those spoils are sitting around the house, the worry that the candy bag will linger for way too long (hello, dentist bills). 

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peach brothicles

What is so nourishing about this recipe? There is a secret ingredient- bone broth! Who would guess that this brothicle could be a gutloving treat without the preservatives and additives. The whole family can enjoy these brothicles. Prepared without refined sugar and wholesome ingredients that are in season, rich in healthy fat and protein that is easily assimilated. So go crazy and add different fruits that are in season and purchased locally.

peach brothicles


3 Peaches, sliced
1 cup Full-Fat Coconut Milk
½ cup Bone Broth
1-2 Tbsp. Honey


Blend 2 of the peaches along with the remaining ingredients. Pour the mixture into popsicle molds until they are about ¾ of the way full. Carefully press the remaining peach slices into the molds and place the cover with the stick into the mold. Freeze the pops until fully set and enjoy!



Take a deep breath – let’s talk about some serious gut issues. Do you suffer from IBS, SIBO, gastroparesis, or another digestive issue where your gut doesn’t function correctly?

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It’s no secret that the sun has a ton of health benefits, including helping our bodies manufacture vitamin D. But it’s hopefully just as well known by now that the sun can also be harmful (even deadly) if you don’t take the right precautions before being outside for a long period of time.

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beach picnic

Picnic season is FINALLY here!

My kids and I always struggle with enjoying picnics without overdoing it on the cheese and dessert. Everyone tends to eat more than they normally would because picnic food is always so good, but there’s no reason to go overboard. The key is moderation.

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photo courtesy of Gray Malin Pack these 7 sneaky ingredients for a nutrient boost on the fly We all want to find the best way to get the most bang for our buck when it comes to nutrition. But it’s especially key as the weather warms and we’re flying around after the sun, chasing kids […]

nourishing lab

It’s finally here! The season of renewal and celebrating longer days. A season that can really inspire us to use our creative energy to bring goals to life.  It’s totally natural to feel a little unstable during the transition, but bodies have the amazing ability to correct themselves, to heal, change, and grow to support whatever we are going through.

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healthy fried rice

One bowl full of deliciousness and goodness!

This rice bowl recipe is a healthy and flavorful alternative to fried rice. It’s packed with nutrient-rich ingredients like eggs, ginger, and garlic, as well as heart-healthy oils and veggies.

Here’s what makes it so special:

  • No frying required! This recipe uses a simple stir-fry method to cook the vegetables, so you can enjoy all the flavor without the added fat.
  • Focus on healthy oils. Instead of using peanut oil or vegetable oil, try using a healthier alternative like olive oil or avocado oil.
  • Add plenty of veggies. Vegetables are packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, so they’re a great way to boost the nutritional value of your meal.
  • Keep it simple. This recipe only requires a few key ingredients, but it’s still packed with flavor.

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