The old adage "you are what you eat", is foundational to the healing process. These recipes support the healing processes of the body and encourage vitality and wellbeing.
Tennee | May 6, 2016
This tea is an incredibly simple to make and it benefits your body on multiple levels.
This tea combines the nutritional benefits of gogi berries, dandelion and lemon. A perfect spring companion.
Tennee | April 5, 2016
If you are interested in taking a break from caffeine and giving your adrenals a boost in the morning, this elixir is easy and incredibly delicious. We have been preparing this tea in our kitchen for the past few years and find it to be an extremely powerful tonic elixir. This drink consists of a tea base of rehmannia root, cats claw and p’au d’arco. I add in MCT oil, grass fed collagen peptides, and organic raw whey powder and blend.
Tennee | October 15, 2015
Due to the popularity of the paleolithic diet, it seems bone broth is making a comeback. However bone broth has been around since the dark ages and with good reason. It is a foundational superfood that provides an incredible amount of easy to digest nutrition. After all, its not what you eat, its what you digest that counts.
Ten years ago I connected with the research of the Weston Price foundation which led me to the work of Sally Fallon. Her book “Nourishing Traditions” was my first deep dive into the world of healing bone broths. However, I only prepared broth on occasion until six months ago when I began to explore the GAPS diet. GAPS (Gut and Psychology Syndrome) is a condition which establishes a connection between the digestive system and the brain. This diet supports healthy gut flora which in turn supports the functioning of the rest of the body.
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