By: Kara Yorkhall L.Ac., MAOM, FABORM This is a favorite in our home.  We’ve made this for birthday celebrations, brunch, desert or just a cozy afternoon snack.  It can satisfy the desire for something sweet without the negative effects of refined sugar.  And the moistening qualities of the almond flour, honey and eggs are a…

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Sourdough Pizza Crust Recipe

by: Lauren Mathews, L.Ac For the past few years, we have been making pizza every Friday night.  It’s one of my favorite traditions!  My family loves pizza but I prefer to make it at home vs ordering delivery since it is so much healthier. I make a sourdough pizza crust, and always add lots of…

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Summer Salad Healthy Recipe

by: Kara Yorkhall, L.Ac, MAOM, FABORM While soup is the staple that our family relies on for lunches and quick meals in the colder months, we are gravitating towards more seasonal foods now- with lots of grilling and summer salads.  If you’ve worked with me or anyone else on our team we’ve probably sung the…

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Soup on Kitchen Table

By Lauren Mathews, L.Ac, MAOM This is one of my favorite wintertime recipes, it is so hearty and delicious on these cold snowy days.  It’s gluten free and dairy free and full of savory flavor from the caramelized mushrooms. Prepping the mushrooms is the most time consuming part of this recipe but it infuses the stew with such…

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By Emma Broderick, L.Ac., MAOM, Dipl. OM I love to make “energy balls” all year round because they are easy snacks packed with protein and deliciousness. This particular recipe is great for the end of pregnancy! Packed with dates, cashews, lime and coconut, this recipe can aid in a smooth delivery. There is considerable evidence that…

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By Chandler Yorkhall, BCTMB, Qigong Healing, Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) Nourishing Soups and Stews for the Cold months Soup is an essential part of my family’s nutrition all year round, but especially so when it’s cold.  Making soup almost daily has taught me a lot about the balance between nutrition, convenience, and taste.  Here are…

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It’s fall!  Time for pumpkins, winter squash, apple cider, and … cold and flu season.  I caught my first cold a few weeks ago.  Whenever I’m sick with a cold I try to focus on eating as well as I possibly can to support my immune system and cut down on phlegm: this means no alcohol,…

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I made such a delicious dinner tonight, I just had to post the recipe! I am always on the lookout for delicious recipes that a) make a LOT of food – we love leftovers, b) include lots of veggies, and c) are naturally low in gluten and dairy. Neither my husband nor I have any…

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