This recipe for Creamy Chicken Asparagus Soup checks all the right boxes. Delicious. Simple. Frugal. Wholesome. It’s also great for incorporating gut-supporting ingredients for those on restrictive diets. As a GAPS Practitioner, I learned simple is often delicious (even healthy!) and therapeutic need not break the bank. Soups are an efficient way to stretch grocery dollars and maximize every penny!
As a GAPS Practitioner, simple recipes are a must for the people I help. This Gluten Free Snickerdoodles cookie recipe is so easy a child could make it! They’ll satisfy a sweet tooth if you’re on a therapeutic diet like GAPS, Paleo, or Weston A. Price. They’re also Dairy Free and Egg Free. And, they’re fabulous!
Have you ever looked for an easy bone broth recipe or one for meat stock? My recipes are always nutrient dense. You can turn my meat stock recipe into bone broth with two easy changes. I can’t wait for you to try them!
I’m constantly asked, “Where do you find this or that?” It seems I’m not alone in my quest to shop small and locally. As a result, I’ve compiled this Ultimate Shopping Guide for Happy, Healthy Christians filled with items available from freedom-loving small businesses (most are made in the USA).
Ever have those random kitchen concoctions that turn out to be a big hit? This soup is exactly that! It’s sooooo good! Seriously, good. Light and bright, yet filling, and simple enough to throw together last minute or double for a large family.
For obvious reasons, viral prevention is at the top of everyone’s mind this year. Certain nutrients are making the rounds as virus fighters, the main one being Vitamin D. Doesn’t it seem like everyone is recommending some form of Vitamin D these days? Read more for the truth about synthetic vs. natural Vitamin D.