Heal Your Gut Recipes

Almond Milk Without Gums – Fast and Easy Homemade!

April 24, 2017
3 Reviews (5.00 out of 5)
Almond milk without gums
Serves 2 cups
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People are turning to non-dairy milk products every day due to dairy allergies or sensitivities. However after switching, many are finding they are experiencing gas, bloating and other digestive problems. Many commercial non-dairy milks contain carrageenan, or other man made gums like guar gum or arabic.  These gums are used as emulsifiers or stabilizers to thicken or bulk up food.  Unfortunately, they can also cause stomach distress.

This simple and easy recipe for almond milk will win you over with its ease of making and delicious taste!  All you need is a high speed blender.

Chocolate Grain-Free Cookies

May 13, 2017
2 Reviews (4.50 out of 5)
Chocolate Grain-free Cookies
Serves 24 cookies
medium bowl or stand mixer
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These cookies are delicious and they hit the spot when you’re grain free but desiring a cookie!  I love these chocolate grain-free cookies, they are quick to put together and lightly sweet.  You can add chocolate chips, but I like to add raisins and walnuts.  

Coconut Asparagus Soup

March 5, 2017
2 Reviews (4.50 out of 5)
Serves 4 appetizer sized amount
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This delicious soup and the ingredients in it have the capacity to heal your gut!  

  • Onions and asparagus are packed with prebiotics and contain a type of fiber called ‘inulin’. Gut bacteria breaks up inulin and this kind of bacteria is the healthy kind.
  • Dessicated Coconut is anti-microbial and helps to heal the lining of the gut.
  • Olive oil is rich in monounsaturated fats and prevent fat from accumulating around the abdomen.
  • Bone broth heals the lining of the gut and contains valuable nutrients.

Make this soup often and find your digestion get better!

Easy Recipe for Healing Golden Milk

February 10, 2017
3 Reviews (4.67 out of 5)
Serves 1 Cup
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The main ingredient here is Turmeric.  Turmeric is anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and a potent liver detoxifier. It’s benefits for healing and soothing digestion has been verified. If you are looking to heal your IBS or other digestive disorders, Golden Milk should be a staple in your house.  Double or triple the recipe as needed.


Healing Bone Broth

September 15, 2016

Healing your stomach can be achieved by eating foods that are specific to repairing the gut lining.  The lining of your gut can be compromised when environmental factors like medicine, fast food, too much gluten and lack of abundant nutritious food are in the diet.

When the lining of your stomach is damaged the small, hair-like microvilli become unable to do their job properly. They cannot properly assimilate the nutrients for your body.

When your digestion is impaired for so long,  inflammation, autoimmune disorders, gas and pain are the result.  Bone broth is a great food to help heal the gut lining.  It’s easily digested and contains immune bolstering components that will heal your gut lining.  Enjoy this recipe and make it often!  If making your own is not feasible, try a high-quality store made version like this one:

TIP: Make this on the weekend!

 [wpurp-searchable-recipe]Healing Bone Broth – – beef marrow and knucklebones, meaty bones such as short ribs, raw apple cider vinegar, water, filtered, celery stalks (halved), carrots (halved), onions (quartered), Parsley, sea salt, Place bones in a pot or a crockpot, add apple cider vinegar and water. Let the mixture sit for 1 hour so the vinegar can leach the mineral out of the bones.
Add more water as needed to cover the bones.
Add the vegetables bring to a boil and skim the scum from the top and discard.
Reduce to a low simmer, cover, and cook for 24-72 hours. You can turn off the heat at night and start it again the next morning.
During the last 10 minutes of cooking, throw in a handful of fresh parsley for added flavor and minerals.
Let the broth cool and strain it, making sure all marrow is knocked out of the marrow bones and into the broth.
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Holiday Chocolate Brownies or Balls – Paleo

December 8, 2017
2 Reviews (5.00 out of 5)
These delicious treats take minutes to whip up!
Serves 15 individual balls
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These delicious treats are made without flour, butter or eggs and are so simple to make.  If you’d like to make them more decadent and festive, melt semisweet chocolate, dip them and roll them in nuts or sprinkles!

Homemade Ketchup

January 20, 2017
2 Reviews (5.00 out of 5)
Serves 1 1/4 Cup
Food processor, blender
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sundried tomatoes

Commercial ketchup is loaded with sugar. Did you know that one tablespoon of regular ketchup has one teaspoon of added sugar? Sugar causes inflammation in your body and if you suffer from digestive problems, consuming it will make it worse.

Try this homemade version of ketchup which is healthier and tasty!

Rice Salad With Roasted Zucchini And Pine Nuts

November 13, 2016
Serves 4
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Eating foods that are gentle on digestion and that can also heal the gut are very important when you have digestive issues.  Feta cheese is very low in lactose and should be tolerated, but you may omit it and substitute a non-dairy protein, like shredded chicken or turkey, if you’d like.  Mint not only may prevent stomach ulcers it can also kill bad bacteria that is responsible for digestive problems.  Resistant starch (heated and cooled rice)  feeds the good bacteria in the stomach creating a better gut microbiome balance.  This Rice salad with roasted zucchini fits the bill!

Make sure your rice is cooled and do NOT reheat this dish.  Resistant starch comes from cooled rice, not heated.


Roast Cauliflower Ratatouille

August 31, 2016

Studies show that cauliflower can help protect the lining of your stomach.  The ingredient, sulforaphane prevents bacterial overgrowth in the stomach.  Eat cauliflower every week.[wpurp-searchable-recipe]Roast Cauliflower Ratatouille – – Cauliflower Florets, Tomatoes (deseeded and cut into 1cm (½in) chunks), Yellow Pepper (deseeded and cut into 1cm (½in) chunks), Green Pepper (deseeded and cut into 1cm (½in) chunks), Red onion (thinly sliced), Olive Oil for drizzling, Rosemary, Thyme, For The Sauce: Coconut Oil, Small onion, garlic cloves, cinnamon stick, Bay leaves, All spice, Honey (The runny kind), Apple cider vinegar, Chicken broth, Canned chopped tomatoes (BPA free can), Cauliflower: Preheat the oven to 400°F
Boil cauliflower in a pan of boiling water for one minute, then drain and refresh in cold water. Pat dry. Put the vegetables on a non-stick pan and drizzle with the oil. Add the chopped herbs and season with salt and pepper.
Roast for 15 to 20 minutes until golden brown, turning the vegetables halfway through cooking. Remove and keep warm.; Sauce: In a heavy-bottomed saucepan, melt the coconut oil over a medium heat and gently sweat the onion and garlic with the cinnamon, bay leaves, thyme and allspice until golden brown, stirring continuously. Add the honey, cider vinegar, chicken broth and chopped tomatoes. Reduce the heat and cook for 20 minutes. Season to taste and remove the cinnamon, bay leaves and thyme before adding the roasted vegetables. Cook for five minutes.
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