We’re holding our first 30-Day Reset, a group coaching class that’s all about real food–no shakes or pills required! We’re looking for 10 beta testers for our first course who will meet for six live virtual meetings through Zoom on Thursdays starting on January 9. Read on for more details!
It’s pretty easy these days to find gluten free pumpkin pie, or at least a gluten free crust, but if you have a sensitivity to dairy or eggs, you might think that pumpkin pie is totally off the (Christmas) table―but fear not! This recipe comes to the rescue! We use grass-fed gelatin to “set” the pie and hold it together in place of eggs, and use canned coconut milk to replace the dairy.
These muffins use coconut flour to make them totally grain free. They are free of refined sugar, using real maple syrup as a whole food sweetener. They make an excellent addition to Sunday brunch!
Many people live in fear of one day developing heart disease, an autoimmune disease, cancer, Type II diabetes, or Alzheimer’s, assuming all the while that one’s chances for developing such a condition are purely a matter of bad luck and bad genetics. They assume their only option is to cross their fingers, hope they don’t get sick, and rely on health insurance if/when a dreaded diagnosis comes. The good news is that this genetic-determinism model is wrong (or at least incomplete). The truth is that we can influence which genes get turned on or off by changing how you eat, sleep, and move.
From March 2016 to January 2019, we paid off $66,000 in debt. So how did we do it? Did we win the lottery? Rob a bank? Sell organs? No, the truth is not as crazy, sexy, or movie-worthy as any of these. Read on to see what we did and how you, too, can reach financial independence.
This is part two of a three-part series on how we got out of debt and began the path to financial freedom. From meeting in our nutrition class, to having a glorious winter wedding less than a year later, to beginning our journey to pay off debt, this chapter was quite a whirlwind of change…