Menu Plan – November – Grain Free Meal Plans Free Printable

Grain Free Meal Plan - one week printable - November seasonal menu

Do you know about these 3 decisions made during labor that affect your baby’s health and your recovery time? For most deliveries, they are very simple things that you can change that make a big difference! Click here to see.   I know how important meal planning can be for families, it can make or […]

Brussels with Bacon and Honey Mustard Dressing

Brussel Sprouts and Bacon

Brussels sprouts cooked in bacon drippings, and then topped with honey mustard dressing are a prefect side dish for winter. Brussels are sulfur-rich, sulfur is abundant in the human body and needed for many functions of our body – including detoxification. Sulfur can also be found in eggs, beef, and other animal products. (see more […]

Giveaway! Win a Professional-grade Fetoscope for technology-free listening to baby!

Win a Fetoscope for technology free listening to baby

  Did you know that there’s a way to listen to baby in utero and check placenta positioning without using questionable doppler/ultrasound technology?  There is, it’s an old technology called the fetoscope.  Listening to baby with a fetoscope isn’t as easy and quick as listening with the doppler, but it is completely technology free, so […]

Slow Cooker Carrot-Cauliflower Soup with Coconut milk and Caramelized Onions

GAPS & Paleo Crockpot Creamy Cauliflower & Carrot Soup

  Nothing says fall and winter like soup. I really like a good vegetable soup, but sometimes the classic toss-a-bunch-of-veggies-in-a-pot-and-cook-them-for-forever gets old. And flavorless. But it’s so easy, right? That’s why we keep doing it. This soup is a marvelous cure for that problem because it IS easy. You DO toss a bunch of veggies […]

New Moms: You need to rest. Everyone else: This is how you can help

Moms You Need to Rest Postpartum Everyone Else - Heres How you can help

How many of you have heard the following in regards to how much you should rest as after birth: 1.  “Only do what you feel up to doing for the first 6 weeks” 2.  “Sleep when the baby sleeps!” 3.  “Your only job after giving birth is to sit on the couch and take care […]

Soup Once a Day, Every Day, All Winter with a Use-What-You-Have Soup Variety Formula

Soup Once a day every day all winter

Since the weather turned decidedly to fall from summer, we’ve been having soup every day again.  Putting it in the crock pot in the morning not only fills the house with a delicious aroma all day, but it also means that I just need to make a side dish for dinner.  We’ve been doing a […]

Gut and Psychology Syndrome Introduction Diet Experiences: A group of posts by people doing the GAPS Diet

Links to blog posts about families doing the GAPS introduction diet

  It’s soup season again! This is a fantastic time to think about starting the GAPS introduction diet.  Wondering what the Gut and Psychology Syndrome Introduction diet is? This explains the how and why of it here.  When you’re starting a new diet like this, especially for a child or for a whole family, it […]

Crockpot West African Nut Butter Chicken (with Cauliflower Rice)

Crockpot West African Nut Butter with Cauliflower Rice - GAPS, Paleo, Dairy-free, Gluten-free, Grain-free, from Health, Home & Happiness

  International food can be incredibly easy to make special-diet friendly. Even better, warm ethnic dishes like stews and curries are easy to make in your slow cooker if you need exotic flavors blended with American ease. This flavorful, nut buttery West African comfort food gets tossed in my crockpot at the beginning of the […]

8 Free Things You Can Do Today to Help Fix Leaky Gut

8 free ways to help fix a leaky gut

  While we were doing the Leaky Gut Webinar yesterday, Steve brought up some free things that we can do to improve leaky gut.  What a great idea! I wanted to recap the ones that he shared, and share some of my own.  Did you know that managing stress is a key component to keeping your […]

SUPERHERO Gummies – Tart Cherry for Sleep, Elderberry Flowers and Berries for Immunity, and Gelatin for skin

adding tart cherry elderberry gummies to lunch

  Anyone who works with children, or has school-aged children, is on the edge of their seat at this time of year.  Colds, the flu, unexplained tummy bugs – they’re all going around where people are gathered indoors and more in contact with each other’s germs.  Sleep deprivation from being *so excited* about school the […]