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What’s the Deal with Gluten?

What’s the Deal with Gluten?

Gluten is a protein found in wheat, rye and barley. It helps bind foods.  Gluten sensitivity (non-Celiac gluten sensitivity or NCGS) can cause a lot of reactions including inflammation and hormonal imbalances. Chronic inflammation is linked to infertility, PCOS,...

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Green Juice in Your Blender

Green Juice in Your Blender

It’s National Green Juice Day! I have no idea when National Green Juice Day began (does it matter?) but I am ALL IN! Green juices are high in antioxidants and phytonutrients, both of which help the body get rid of free radicals and other potentially damaging toxins....

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The Great Pumpkin

The Great Pumpkin

Just to be clear, this is not a blog post about pumpkin spice lattes. It is a blog post about why we should be eating more pumpkin this fall. Confession: the pumpkin I got in my CSA share is currently on my mantle doubling as holiday décor, but this weekend I’m going...

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Chilled Beet Soup

Chilled Beet Soup

Beets are a power food: they are anti-inflammatory, can help detox your blood and liver and are immune boosting. My CSA share this included beets, cucumber and spring onion, so I’ve made an easy beet soup! This soup comes together quickly because you grate the beets...

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Eat Your Greens

Eat Your Greens

I confess. I love kale, swiss chard, collard greens, arugula, broccoli… . And whether you’re trying to get pregnant, or trying to live a healthier life, you should love green leafy vegetables too. Green leafy vegetables are essential for a healthy immune system and...

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Fertility Detox: Dairy Edition

Fertility Detox: Dairy Edition

If you’re trying to get pregnant, consider ditching dairy: milk, butter and cheese. Dairy can be inflammatory, and it’s important to remove inflammatory foods when you’re trying to conceive. Also, dairy can be loaded with antibiotics and hormones, which you definitely...

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