Ok, I have a confession to make: the last couple weeks I’ve been eating a less than stellar diet. Between birthday celebrations, dinners with the family, and going out of town, I’ve consumed more gluten and sugar than I like to. In an effort to give my body a bit of a break, I did some juicing last week. Continue reading
I’ve been getting questions lately from my readers about how to actually transition to a real foods diet. What does it actually look like, and where do you start? It can sometimes be daunting, and even discouraging. Different people say some foods are good while others say they’re bad. There’s the fight between those who say local produce is better than organic produce, and more and more people talking about how our soils are depleted and we aren’t getting as many nutrients from fruits and vegetables as we used to. Do you have to find a farmer in order to get quality meats? What if there isn’t one near you? Or you can’t afford it? Today, I’d like to talk about some easy, practical steps to take on your health journey, and encourage you that you don’t have to totally revamp your diet overnight in order to reap the benefits.
I’m very excited about today’s post! This is a topic I’ve been wanting to write about for a long time, as I have really enjoyed incorporating coconut into my everyday cooking. It’s a great source of healthy fats, and a wonderful alternative to dairy for those of us who don’t tolerate it well. I love using coconut milk, coconut oil, unsweetened shredded coconut, and even coconut flour in a wide variety of recipes. Continue reading