This delicious snack is a wonderful grain-free alternative to granola. You can eat it straight from the jar (which is what we mostly do), sprinkle on oatmeal, pack it in lunch boxes, stir it into yogurt, or enjoy it with fruit as a healthy dessert.
Ingredients: dried coconut, Nourishing Networks Almond Flour* (almonds, vanilla bean), Crispy Almonds, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, honey, coconut oil, egg whites, vanilla extract, cinnamon, Celtic sea salt
Recipe is vegetarian, dairy-free, gluten-free, and GAPS/Paleo Diets-friendly. *Processed in a facility that uses known allergens: strawberries and cashews.
It's not the cow, it's the how!
This tasty, easy to thaw ground beef is a great addition to your weekly menu. Freestone Ranch in Sonoma is just starting to offer their meat to a wider audience. The cows roam on pastures according to a system of grazing management called known as Holistic Grazing or Restoration Ranching, which mirrors their natural movement habits and is extremely beneficial for both the animals and the environment. This grazing pattern maximizes the sequestration of carbon and methane, encourages extremely deep roots and a thriving soil microbiome, increases drought resistance and supports the biodiversity of native grasslands. The icing on the cake? This is the most deeply delicious, most nourishing ground beef you may ever find! The ranch is also committed to the education of a new generation of young, local agrarians.
Ingredients:100% Grassfed Beef
Join us for a discussion on how complex and/or chronic health challenges can be addressed with a nutrient-dense diet that is tailored to an individual’s needs and health concerns. Why are properly prepared healing foods so important? How can you most effectively track which ones are the best match for your body? How can you adjust your lifestyle and mindset to increase the benefits of your nutrient-dense diet?
The stresses of today's fast-paced lifestyle, based on over-productivity, chronically insufficient rest and convenience foods, cannot be remedied by bright and shiny magic-bullet promises of miraculous cure-alls.
Nutritional therapist Sara Russell will explain why it is important to consider nutrient-dense traditional foods and a healthy lifestyle approach within a bio-individual framework.
Sara Russell is a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and Certified GAPS Practitioner who works remotely with clients worldwide, specializing in complex and chronic health conditions. Sara resides in the Tuscan countryside with her husband and son. You can learn more about Sara’s work and read her blog at https://buildnurturerestore.com/.
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