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Leftover Roasted Chicken Broth

Bone broths and stocks have been used for centuries as both a mealtime staple and a nourishing powerhouse. Making bone broth helped our ancestors ensure that no part of a hard-earned meal went to waste. Bones, marrow, tendons, ligaments, even the feet of the animal were boiled then simmered over a period of days to make broths. The extended simmering allows collagen, proline, glycine, gelatin, and glutamine (all of which are stored within the inedible parts) to be released into the delicio...

Easy Salmon Bake

This recipe is full of healthy and nourishing Omega 3’s and easy-to- digest vegetables! Plus it’s quick and easy to make. Consider this your new weeknight staple.

Gluten-Free Dijon Chicken Fingers

This is a great, IBS friendly, substitute for traditionally prepared chicken tenders. Use this recipe when you’re in the mood for fried chicken tenders, but don’t want the uncomfortable consequences!

Favorite Easy Kimchi

Getting homemade and natural probiotics shouldn’t be hard… and it isn’t! Although there are quite a few ingredients in the list, this simple recipe uses seasonings that you most likely already have in your pantry! Kimchi, a staple in Korean cuisine, is a traditional side dish made from salted and fermented vegetables, most commonly napa cabbage (often found in Asian grocery stores) and Korean radishes. You can use a variety of seasonings such as: chili powder, scallions, garlic, and ...

Chia Chocolate Pudding for Chocolate Lovers

You can improve your Digestive Health while still enjoying your favorite foods even though it may not be the heavy traditional chocolatey dessert that you’re used to. So if you’re new to making healthy swaps, you sure won’t feel like you’re missing out on anything as this pudding packs in TONS of flavor. Best of all? This recipe is super nutritious and good for your belly! What Makes this Recipe Nourishing The chia seeds in this recipe are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty ...

Paradise Green Smoothie

No matter how many times you’ve heard it before, it’s the first thing you skip when life gets hectic. And for what seems like a good reason: greens often feel boring. They don’t taste like much if not well-seasoned, they take time to prepare, and it’s always a fight to have your kids even try them… WRONG! Not only are Greens are awesome for you, they can make up easy-to-prepare delicious snacks and meals and fill you up while adding fiber and vitamins to your diet. If you want ...

Better Beef Bone Broth

Bone broth has huge natural benefits that many cultures have believed in for thousands of years. It is filled with minerals and healing properties, and could easily improve your joint health, your digestion, and your immune system, while protecting you against the common cold and flu. Bone broth can also help fight inflammation and leaky gut syndrome, and thus strengthen your digestive tract. Although a regular organic stock has its benefits, you’ll get the best of it from ...

Berry Effervescent Smoothie

Yogurt contains live active cultures AKA probiotics. These microorganisms help aid in digestion and offer a variety of other health benefits. An important ingredient is the apple cider vinegar, which is fermented apple juice containing natural probiotics. In addition to this, there is evidence based support that apple cider vinegar helps stabilize blood sugar. This is especially helpful for type 2 diabetics trying to keep their blood glucose within normal limits. The fresh fruit and ...

Happy Belly Oats

Not only will steel cut organic oats & raspberries keep you full till lunch, they are full of dietary fiber known as “beta-glucans”, which are great for digestive health & have been shown to reduce cholesterol levels. Some days are better than others, digestively speaking. Let’s face it, no matter your issues, you gotta let loose, from time to time. You too can enjoy a happy hour with your coworkers, or an awesome burger with your friends… And not be scared of tomorrows...

Zucchini Pasta with Lemon Garlic Shrimp

Not only are zucchini noodles a healthy, gluten-free, low-calorie and low-carb option to replace pasta, but their mild flavor can easily adapt to a wide range of flavors, including the heap of lemon, garlic and bone broth you’ll find in this recipe. This recipe is both quick and simple. You only need a spiralizer (but you don’t really need one, you can make your noodles with a veggie peeler if you’d like). In the time it takes to boil water, you can have piles of beautiful, raw ...