Yuca Piza (Paleo, grain-free, gluten-free, REAL food & can be dairy-free, nightshade-free & AIP-friendly)

If you want something closer to a pizza than a meatza, this is THE recipe for you. It’s a great way to serve pizza to everyone. I’ve served it to many people not familiar with Paleo or gluten-free and they all loved it! The crust, unlike other Paleo pizza crust is crunchy on the edges and perfectly mimics[…]

A visit at the farm during pregnancy to prevent allergies and autoimmune conditions for your baby

This weekend, I had an amazing time going to the farm Thyme Again Gardens, about 1.5-2 hours from Toronto, to breathe some fresh air, spend time in nature and share good friend and laughter with my nutritionist friends Sarah Ramsden, Summer Innanen and Katherine Mossop (check out their work, they all do amazing stuff). This was[…]

What is your poop telling you about your digestion? A lot!

You might have heard the famous quote from Hippocrates “Health starts in the gut”. These words of wisdom are actually 100% true and are now backed up with tons of scientific studies. What you can learn about your digestion by looking at your poop can give you the clues you need to improve your digestion, your overall health[…]

Book Review: The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook by Mickey Trescott, NTP

Why an autoimmune cookbook? Well, autoimmune conditions now affect about 20% of the population. That represents over 50 millions people in the US alone. Although autoimmune conditions can affect almost any part of the body, they all have the same thing in common:  a confused hyperresponsive immune system. There aren’t any cures for autoimmune diseases, whether[…]

Book Review – The Paleo Approach: Reverse Autoimmune Disease and Heal Your Body (by Sarah Ballantyne, PhD)

Wow! I’m almost speechless. When I first received the book The Paleo Approach: Reverse Autoimmune Disease and Heal Your Body (by Sarah Ballantyne, PhD) in January, I glanced through it and could easily see how this book was: 1) extremely comprehensive in terms of information, and 2) beautifully illustrated to make its reading even more pleasurable.[…]