Natural Health and Wellness for the Whole Family

Recipes

Gluten Free Granola

By Sarah Axtell, ND on June 4, 2014

Cereal is not a healthy breakfast food. As a general rule of thumb, if it comes from a box it is not real food. I am always suggesting my patients (and friends and family!) to eat REAL food. By this I mean substance from the… Read More


Healthy Hemp Hearts

By Sarah Axtell, ND on June 4, 2014

Hemp hearts are my new favorite plant-based protein source. Hemp contains all 10 essential amino acids. Hemp also provides a nice balance of essential fats. Hemp hearts (or seeds) are a complete protein, providing 10 grams protein per 3 tbsp. Adding hemp hearts to oatmeal… Read More


Crispy Quinoa Cakes

By Sarah Axtell, ND on June 4, 2014

The most common thing I hear from people when I ask if they like quinoa is, “Eh…it’s ok.” Rather than boiling a batch of plain old quinoa, try this recipe. It’s something to get you excited about this ancient grain. This recipe makes about 15-20… Read More


Carrot Raisin Flax Muffins

By Sarah Axtell, ND on June 4, 2014

I love flaxseed. I love it for its delicious, nutty taste. And of course, I love it for its health benefits: 1. It is an excellent source of fiber, making your gut healthy. A happy,healthy gut is at the foundation of optimal health. 2. Read More


Winter-Warming Turmeric Chai Tea Latte

By Sarah Axtell, ND on November 29, 2013

During the dry, cool winter months, warm, moist, spiced foods are recommended to ground and replenish the body. Since there is less moisture in the air, your body requires more moisture from food. Eating soups and stews with warming spics, such as ginger and turmeric,… Read More


Almond Butter Squash Blondies

By Sarah Axtell, ND on January 3, 2013

These blondies make a delicious Fall treat or snack. They are a great way to get extra veggies in because they contain squash…yes, squash! The combination of squash and almond butter makes them moist, delicious and super healthy! The almond butter and almond flour provides… Read More


Goat’s vs. Cow’s Milk

By Sarah Axtell, ND on July 24, 2008

We all know the numerous benefits of mama’s milk, such as protection against infections, prevention of allergies, and boosting your child’s intelligence to name a few. Ideally, children should be breastfed for 2 years. But at some point (preferably after 12 months), you will likely… Read More



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