Red meat is back in the news. This happens pretty regularly and it’s never good news. Some new study gets publish, the media goes crazy and everyone panics. I often find myself panicking about things I hear or read but in this case I actually didn’t think twice about it. When this new report about cancer […]
So, I’m a bit of a drinking water freak. Actually, I’m probably just a water freak. When I say freak I mean it in a good way. Clean water is important to me. The more I learn about nutrition and health the more I know I have been right all these years about wanting to […]
This has been a busy food week at our house. Fall harvest time. I got a crazy huge cabbage and many other beautiful things from our CSA this past Tuesday. The cabbage was the only thing that had me flummoxed. Embarrassing to admit but I’ve never made anything with cabbage. I like food made with […]
In my last post, I explained that TSH or Thyroid Stimulating Hormone is produced by the pituitary gland and its job is to tell the thyroid gland to pump out thyroid hormone – T4 (along with a little T3 but mostly T4).
T4 (thyroxine) is the inactive form of thyroid hormone. When the body is nourished […]
I have spent the last couple of months buried deep in all things thyroid, lectures, books, testing. WOW, the thyroid is amazing, it’s the bodies “option” key. I remember someone saying that the “option” key on the keyboard makes everything better, hold down the option key and all kinds of good stuff happens, well that’s […]
In my previous post, Aches, Pains, Nightshade? I mentioned that the toxic buildup from nightshades might be at the root of your unexplained body issues. I don’t feel like I gave a very complete list of edible nightshades so that’s what I’m going to do here.
Common Edible Nightshades: Potatoes (except Sweet Potatoes) Tomatoes Tomatillos Peppers […]
I just read an article outlining all the ways nightshades could secretly be driving you crazy. I tend to click on articles about nightshades since my husband and I just finished a month of eating without nightshades. For the most part I’d say the results were somewhat inconclusive, meaning we didn’t really notice any changes during […]
It’s still January and we are still 100% autoimmune paleo. I’m going to share one of the recipes that we loved the first time we made it so have continued to make it all month. It’s a simple chicken stir-fry. I told you I’d have pictures and I do. I also just installed new recipe-card […]
It’s January 12th and we are well into our month of eating autoimmune paleo. The cookbook I mentioned in my first post, The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook is great. Having a new cookbook/recipes is always a great way to rev up my cooking motivation. We’ve been doing lots of weekend cook ups. Well, […]
Happy New Year! I can’t believe it’s January already. This is my first winter in northern California and so far so great. I grew up and raised my kids in New England and then spent the last handful of years in Chicago, including last winter where I had the pleasure of enjoying the “polar vortex”. […]
Amy White MS NC
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