~~Recipe for Ginger Honey Allergy Relief Bites~~

Suffering from allergies?  May is allergy awareness month.  Dr. Gorman recommends these Ginger Honey Bites.  Please read the notes below the recipe to learn more about introducing bee pollen into your eating plan.

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Dr. Geyer’s Turmeric Tea; a.k.a Golden Milk

This tea is traditionally called Haldi Ka Doodh.  This turmeric tea will warm you up, while helping with inflammation.  If you are on a specific eating plan, use a sweetener that fits your plan.

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Try Making Your Own California Rolls!

~~Dr. Julie Gorman NMD~~

Getting ready to make more of your meals at home as part of your healthy eating plan?  Need a little variety?  Try making your own california rolls.  Come up with your own favorites and let us know what they are so we can share them with our other patients!

I suggest the The Sushezi Roller Kit, especially for first timers.California Rolls

(Roll pictured above was made by Dr. Julie Gorman!)
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Easy to Make Almond Milk

~~Revolution Health Medical Center~~

Whether you are avoiding dairy or looking for healthier options to add to your eating plan, you will want to try these easy to make almond milk options.  Why almond milk?  It has less fat than regular milk; no saturated fat and no cholesterol.  Depending on the source of dairy milk, you may also be exposing yourself to added drug residues and hormones.

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Grain Free Cauliflower Crust Pizza:  Dr. Gorman Bonus Pick.

I tried this recipe for cauliflower crust the other night, and was skeptical about how the texture and taste would be.  Being anxious to taste it, I tried it before it had cooled off long enough and set.  My first impression was that it was tasty, but not really pizza.  Then when I went back for my second piece, my opinion changed quickly.  If you are patient and give this 4-5 minutes to cool, you will be quite pleased!

Enjoy!!!

Dr. Julie Gorman NMD, LAc

Simple Changes.  Powerful Results.

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Dr. Briante’s Pick: Pomegranate Lamb Stew

 

This pomegranate lamb stew is a delicious spicy fall stew that is easy to make in a crock pot. This recipe is Paleo and FLT compliant. With a wonderful blend of spices that are anti-inflammatory and immune boosting.

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Dr. Geyer’s Pick:  Thai Coconut Curry Chicken Soup (with homemade stock)

This thai coconut curry chicken soup recipe will keep you home from the Thai restaurant from now on.  You can choose organic items to give it maximum healthiness.

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Warm Root Veggie Salad

Here’s a colorful, hearty dish to liven up any gathering!  Consider making this available during the holidays for those that may be vegan or vegetarian. For holiday flair, substitute sweet potatoes and sprinkle with roasted chopped pecans.

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Dawn’s Recipe Pick:  Campfire Vegetables

Add some tasty campfire vegetables, easy to prepare vegetables to your next camping adventure.  If it is easier, cut and prepare the vegetables ahead of time to make it easier to assemble and cook.  Not headed out camping?  You can also to this on the grill at home!  This recipe can be used if you are participating in the First Line Therapy (FLT) eating plan.

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Diane’s Recipe Pick:  Banana Split Breakfast

This banana split recipe is ideal when having a group of people over for breakfast.  It can be set up as a self-serve, with all of the ingredients out and ready for everyone to assemble.  Or you can make them one or two at a time.  The ingredients are adjustable, depending on the number of people you are serving!

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