I blended the Elderberry Elixir as a remedy for a bad case of the flu. I am not a doctor, but this works better than medicine for me. I noticed in many bottled elixirs, there is about 12 grams of sugar in 1 ounce! That’s a lot. Over the years I add almost no sugar in my beverages. I started taking this with me to add to carbonated drinks when I go out to eat.This […]
The person who has influenced me the most in my healing food journey is Sally Fallon, author of, Nourishing Traditions one of my favourite recipe books. This broth recipe is an adaptation of her recipe. My magic elixir is the broth. Plain and simple. Not a week that goes by that I don’t have a large pot of broth simmering. It is my go-to medicine for everything. Flu, colds, joint pain, nausea, energy boost, sore throats. […]
I practice regular fasting to lower my blood sugars and to avoid injecting insulin I drink a lot of bone broth and green juices on a regular basis.
I meet lots of people with the flu or a sore throat during winter. Often they happen to be my vendor friends at the events I do. I have a simple remedy for you below with my Turmeric Ginger Tonic (TGT). I typically do not add dairy or non dairy mylks to my TGT, but to those of you asking how to make a simple latte, here is the recipe below. I also never use […]
On a recent visit to India, my brother’s chef Manju made me lots of delicious low carb vegetarian dishes. I choose to eat a lot of dark vegetables because they also seem to do well for my inflammation issues. Manju spoilt me with her delicate dishes. The dark vegetable (in the red bowl) is the Tambadi Bhaji (or red vegetable) in Marathi, the language spoken in Maharashtra State. Use this recipe with spinach, kale, chard, […]
Sometimes all my body craves is plain yogurt and fruit. We often make our own yogurt and I will try to post a recipe for that. This yogurt was made with raw milk, direct from a local farm! Thanks to Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon Morrell, I eat real human food all the time and stay healthy. The berries were bought from the Vancouver farmers market, where I regularly sell my teas in the spring […]