This may be one of my all-time greatest creations. Or, I was just really in the mood for a non-junky creamy alfredo sauce. Either way, this healthy take on a classic comfort food is delectable, hearty, calorie-dense one-pot meal that’s nourishing for the body. It’s rich in healthy fats and fairly low-carb—the kelp noodles only have […]To access this content, you must purchase Membership Subscription, or log in if you are a member. read more

Although I created this recipe during summer (the store just happened to have fresh parsnips), the flavors and aroma scream fall time so bookmark this for the coming months. This combination of flavors is sure to please your palate, and when your family’s expecting “just another veggie dish” they’ll be pleasantly surprised with this side […]To access this content, you must purchase Membership Subscription, or log in if you are a member. read more

Just a warning: This loaf will not last long in your house! This simple gluten-free banana bread recipe hits the spot, and it’s hard to tell it’s even gluten-free. There is nothing dry or chalky about this bread; it’s about as moist and flavorful as it gets. It’s also dairy free with no added sugar, […]To access this content, you must purchase Membership Subscription, or log in if you are a member. read more

An unfortunate side effect of being overly carb conscious or following a low-carb diet is fearing fruit. I was there at one point. I began to view fruit as just another of sugar bomb and avoided it most of the time. While overdoing it on fruit may indeed push your sugar consumption into excess and fruit […]To access this content, you must purchase Membership Subscription, or log in if you are a member. read more

This is a high-fat, very nutrient-dense day of eating, with moderate carbs and plentiful calories that can work well for many female athletes. Female athletes who are over 5’5 and working out 6-7 days a week, with multiple sessions a day, generally need more than 3,000 calories a day, easily, and need to avoid low-carb […]To access this content, you must purchase Membership Subscription, or log in if you are a member. read more

As most of you know, I’m not a vegan, but I’m always down for trying new vegan recipes and implementing them into the mix. So for this post I recruited the expertise of a lifelong friend, Marcai, who’s a nutrition & fitness expert, former full-time vegan, and known among our friends for her fabulous food creations (she cooks […]To access this content, you must purchase Membership Subscription, or log in if you are a member. read more

Choose organic ingredients and especially buy raw organic nuts when possible. Soak all nuts and dates for at least a few hours before making pie. I soaked the walnuts and pecans together in one bowl, and soaked the cashews in another bowl. Also soak dates in their own bowl. Soak in filtered water not tap. […]To access this content, you must purchase Membership Subscription, or log in if you are a member. read more

Note: Amounts listed are estimated and used for a “family style” salad; adjust as needed. Can be a single-serving meal. No rules! That said, I recommend making this in a big batch because this salad is even better the next day! Directions For The Dressing… Directions: Add all ingredients to a food processor and blend […]To access this content, you must purchase Membership Subscription, or log in if you are a member. read more

To die for! This recipe uses a LCHF cashew cream for the sauce and spaghetti squash in place of pasta. Easy to make it vegan if desired (just replace butter with a vegan fat); and for meat-eaters it goes great with a rack of lamb, just sayin’. Directions Spaghetti and Veggies Preheat oven to 350. […]To access this content, you must purchase Membership Subscription, or log in if you are a member. read more

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