Fruit free salsa is HARD to come by and it’s usually just a little lime juice that stands between the fruit-intolerant and a delicious, fresh and healthy topping or snack. Fortunately for all it’s also very easy to make fresh salsa at home and heading into summer all the best and freshest ingredients will be available! Ingredients for fruit free salsa 1-2 lbs (2-3 cups) Tomato, chopped 1 Jalapeno, diced (optional – use to taste. It’s plenty delicious without Jalapeno if you aren’t a fan of heat.) ¾ Cup Red Onion, finely chopped 2 Tablespoons Cilantro or Parsley, finely minced 1 clove Garlic, minced (optional).
Convenient treats. They are the downfall of many of us who try diligently to avoid our food intolerances. If it’s there, it’s hard to say no. So when a craving strikes, having a treat you can actually digest properly is amazing! Cravings = Satisfied. Body feels great! These healthy brownies are the “whip it up quick” answer for the chocolate lover with a sweet tooth. • As written, this recipe is free from: Fruit, Potato, Sugar, Grain & Gluten, Meat, and Soy. • As written, this recipe contains: Eggs, and Dairy. Ingredients ½ cup butter (1 stick) – organic and/or grass fed if possible ¾ cup maple sugar* (or 1.
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These granola bars are chewy, sweet, and travel well for work, hikes, and school lunches! They are potato free, sugar free, egg and soy free, and can easily be made fruit-free, gluten-free, and dairy-free as well. Ingredients 2 ½ cups rolled oats (gluten free if needed) ½ cup raw almonds, coarsely chopped ⅓ cup local honey* ¼ cup unsalted butter* ¼ cup coconut or maple sugar (or brown sugar)* ¼ teaspoon vanilla extract ¼ – ½ teaspoon sea salt* ½ cup dried fruit (or fruit-alternative), coarsely chopped ¼ cup chocolate chips* (or additional fruit) *See notes on asterisked ingredients below Instructions Heat oven to 350F. Line an 8×8”.
Why do so many “cleanse” programs suggest drinking hot lemon water in the morning? Warm beverages encourage movement in the digestive tract. Sour flavors, similar to bitter flavors, stimulate digestive juices to flow. A hot drink in the morning can help promote regular bowel movements. The bowels are one of the body’s main “detox” pathways. Clear, unsweetened fluids do not move the body from its “fasting” state to its “fed” state. This allows an extended period of time for regeneration and repair. For those who don’t digest fruit well, try these alternatives: Rice or white vinegar can be used instead. Also, you might try adding a number of herbs and.
Dr. Jared Zeff Honored as Living Legend The National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM) and the Oregon Association of Naturopathic Physicians selected Dr. Jared Zeff to be honored with the naturopathic medicine’s prestigious Living Legend award on December 1, 2018 for his: Demonstrated leadership, commitment to excellence and outstanding contributions to the advancement of natural medicine in the state of Oregon. Dr. Zeff has a long list of accomplishments. In addition to teaching and clinical practice, Zeff is: Founder of the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Healing Arts in Portland Oregon Founder of the Naturopathic Cancer Conference Chairman of the Foundations of Naturopathic Medicine Int’l Education Project Senior editor.
Since the appearance of an article about our success in treating a case of interstitial cystitis in Megan’s Blog, we have received many new patients and even international calls regarding our treatment of this miserable condition. Thank God, we have had great success with treating interstitial cystitis! I recently received a “testimonial” from a young woman, that I want to post here. Patient Review of Salmon Creek Clinic Interstitial Cystitis Treatment: “Dr Zeff . . . I just wanted to give you an update on how I am feeling. Well, I want to give you a HUGE thanks! I am feeling WAY BETTER. The pressure and urgency and frequency are.
There is a nasty flu epidemic occurring, one of the worst I have ever seen. In fact, there appears to be at least two different flu types, and possibly more. The worst I am seeing is a flu that affects breathing and may result in pneumonia. It is characterized by fever, but not in all cases. It is accompanied by achiness, sometimes deep achiness and severe weakness. Here is what I am finding that helps, and I may have to modify or add to this as the days go by and I see more. Homeopathic Gelsemium: use the 30c, or the 200c if you can find it. Begin with this, and.
This paper on Nature Cure is part of the gift package that Dr. Zeff offers through the “Healing Body and Soul Summit”. ….The foundation of nature cure is based upon the observation that it is the nature of things to heal themselves. We can see this in a piece of land that has been disturbed by earthquake, fire, or human intervention. ….If nature cure is based upon the restoration of health, standard medicine is based upon the diagnosis and treatment of disease. Download the Healing Body and Soul Summit Gift For more information or to schedule an appointment, please Contact Dr. Zeff of Salmon Creek Clinic. or call us at 360-823-8121.