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    Roasting is definitely my favourite way to cook vegetables. It draws out the natural sweetness, but the real draw for me is the fact you can shove it in the oven and forget about it for a while, ha! Whilst I’ll happily roast my veggies all year long, I do get particularly excited at this...

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    The post Lemon Scented Roasted Vegetables with a Lemon Vinaigrette {AIP, GAPS, SCD, Paleo} appeared first on Healing Family Eats.


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    I don’t often make treats but when I do, I like to think about how to make them healthily. These banana cinnamon fritters are a great choice and I’ll tell you why. I also made a video tutorial, so scroll down for that too. Yay! Why a good choice? As well as containing a source...

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    We all need a Vietnamese shredded chicken salad in our lives and this is the one that’s been keeping us happy for many meals. I tend to eat salads for lunch but this one is so good I want it all the time. Beautifully browned and lightly crisped chicken, thinly sliced and placed over the...

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    Perhaps you already know about Thyroid Refresh. But if you haven’t come across them yet, this website is dedicated to supporting, educating and building a community for the many people out there who have challenges with their thyroid health. Ginny and Danna have created an invaluable platform, bringing in experts such as Mary Shomon, NY Times...

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    The post Salmon, Sweet Potato and Watercress Salad with Turmeric Cream {AIP, GAPS, SCD, Paleo} appeared first on Healing Family Eats.


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    30 Minute Meals for the Paleo AIP is the latest community eBook to launch and I’m thrilled to be a contributor. This 120 complete meal digital book, which includes 300+ recipes, only utilizes ingredients you can get from a traditional grocery store. It is the compiled work of 41 AIP bloggers and AIP Coaches and, believe...

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    The post Wild Salmon + Leek Paté : 30 Minute Meals for the Paleo AIP Review appeared first on Healing Family Eats.


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    It’s not too late in the season to search out some stone fruit and figs you know, but do it quickly. If the words “cinnamon, roasted and summer fruits” don’t have you running to the farmers’ market, the fact that this simple recipe is perfect for a speedy and healthy treat should. Read my recipe...

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    The post Cinnamon Roasted Summer Fruits {AIP, GAPS, SCD, Paleo} appeared first on Healing Family Eats.


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    As summer draws to its close, you can never go wrong with berries, mint and apple cider vinegar. Here’s a perfect recipe for those tail-end berries that look in need of attention. You know – those blink and they’re gone types! I rarely have sweeteners these days since my body doesn’t too well on them. I...

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    The post Berries, Mint and Apple Cider Crush {AIP, GAPS, SCD, Paleo} appeared first on Healing Family Eats.


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    Today’s post has been written by my son, Sam. We realised Sam had severe gut issues when he was nearly 3 years old, so he was put onto a gluten free, dairy free diet. He’s eighteen now so we’re talking around 2003 or so. Back then there wasn’t much information so we were at a...

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    The post Children and the Autoimmune Protocol – A Teen’s Honest Account appeared first on Healing Family Eats.


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    This recipe is a real winner in my eyes. Total comfort food with larger than your average fries (or chips as we say in England). Then coated in healing spices and dipped into an avocado mayo before sinking back into your seat with complete satisfaction. Yes of course, choose sweet potatoes instead if you like, however...

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    The post Spiced Butternut Wedges with Avocado Lime Mayo {AIP, GAPS, SCD, Paleo} appeared first on Healing Family Eats.


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    Move over Dr Seuss, it’s no eggs for us on the AIP. We’re talking green soup and ham. As my friends in the States prepare for their own Thanksgiving, we were celebrating ours in Canada last month. Buying a ham is as much a Thanksgiving tradition for us as a turkey is for Christmas. It’s a...

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