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Glutathione

Glutathione is an essential nutrient that our body naturally produces and is synthesized by amino acids. This is your SUPER HERO antioxidant enzyme. It is VERY important in the neutralization of free radicals and maintaining antioxidants, for example, Vit C and E, in their reactive forms. It is also important for DNA repair, protein synthesis, … Continue reading

Homemade Sweet Potato Enchiladas

Sounds like a weird mixture, right? But when you put the the two together, it’s actually quite tasty! My husband always thinks I put some weird things together for dinner, but they always turn out so scrumptious! A few days ago, we didn’t have much in the house (hadn’t gone grocery shopping yet!) and the … Continue reading

Sweet Potato Muffin Breakfast

If you read my previous post: sweet potato crust pizza. All of my ingredients are listed there. These were pretty sweet so you couldn’t really taste much of the garlic or seasonings that I put in. All I did was use the left overs from the pizza crust and poured into a muffin pan. I … Continue reading

Sweet Potato Crust Pizza

This is such a great healthy pizza for those living a gluten free lifestyle! My kids LOVED it and I doubled the recipe. I used the left overs to make muffins 😉 1.5 cups of sweet potato 1.5 cups of almond flour (or any other flour) 2 eggs 1 egg white ( I used our … Continue reading

Venison Stew

Mmmm…. This was so good on a cold wintery night! We got some fresh deer meat from a friend so I made some stew out of it. It’s really easy 1 lb Venison steak, cubed 1 sm-med yellow onion, diced 2 large tomatoes, cubed OR 1 can or organic, salt free tomatoes 3/4 cup of … Continue reading

Wheat Can Cause Inflammation, Kick it to the Curb!

America’s Diet Ahhhh the typical Western Diet: ‘Whole Grains’ has become such an integral part of our eating habits as we were taught that we NEED FIBER! Because of this, the intake of processed foods and refined sugars have become an important part of our eating habits. In 2010, according to the American Institute of … Continue reading

Ginger-the powerful plant

Alright, I know that it’s been a while since I’ve posted onto my blog. I think it’s because I’ve been so caught up in focusing on myself and my family, that I’ve kinda put work and everything else aside.  This pregnancy has been rougher than the last, but I’m so in tuned with my body … Continue reading

Eat your colors!

The sun is our core source of energy. Without the sun, it would be impossible for us to survive! We need the sun for nourishment, warmth, health, to grow our crops, and the list can go on and on and on. (Name a few for me!) But right now, we’re just going to look at … Continue reading