Hooray, It’s Pancake Sunday again! Or at least that’s what I’m calling it. I found some great recipe inspirations online and decided to come up with my own simple recipe. These pancakes are grain, gluten, dairy, nut, and soy free. Here’s my version of a classic American breakfast for those with dietary restrictions.
One of my all-time favorite things to eat is roasted chicken. No long explanation blog post is needed. If you like chicken, then try this simple and delicious roasted chicken recipe.
Recently I’ve been hearing a lot of chatter about estrogen dominance and how it could be responsible for a long list of dire ailments. Honestly we shouldn’t be blaming estrogen for the downfall of female health. Afterall, without this hormone the human race would cease to exist. Estrogen has a lot of great qualities.
Everyone wants to have a happy, healthy, well behaved, and smart kid. I don’t think there is a single person on this planet that would disagree with me. A recent study that followed hundreds of European families over the course of 5 years links children’s behavior and intelligence during early years with the Mother’s diet during pregnancy.
In this episode of the Healthy Living Podcast Dawna talks about the real underlying causes of Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), how acupuncture and herbs can help, and what foods you should eat or avoid to manage your symptoms.
In this episode of the Healthy Living Podcast Dawna explains what allergies are, the difference between an allergy and a cold, and what you can do naturally to avoid or limit symptoms.
Feeling hot and irritable in the heat? Me too! Here’s a refreshing, super fast and easy to make, cooling, calming, hydrating, and non alcoholic beverage to cool you down today.
Ever wonder how acupuncture works? As an acupuncturist I know that acupuncture works because I witness the profound effects it has on people on a daily basis. Curious people will ask me how it works while others are just content knowing that they feel better and don’t really care to know the details of it all.
Well here we are. We made it to the end of the gluten intolerance series. If you haven’t already read the other articles in the series I suggest you do so.