DATE: CATEGORY: Recipes

Blueberry Oat Smoothie

In this smoothie, the milk alternative is made by blending groats. The word “groat” has origins in Scotland and means “a cereal of hull-less oats”. Oats help to lower LDL cholesterol levels and can soothe GERD while blueberries provide antioxidants that help protect against cell damage and inflammation. Bananas contain potassium to balance blood pressure. Aloe … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Gluten-Free

Gift In A Jar: DIY Gluten-Free Pancake Mix

GIFT IN A JAR: DIY GLUTEN-FREE PANCAKE MIX This anti-inflammatory, multigrain recipe is simple enough and delicious enough to gift to all of your friends and family this holiday season. Gluten-Free Pancake Mix Makes about 6 cups of mix, enough for two 3-cup gift jars Total Prep Time: 15 min Ingredients 3 cups sorghum flour … Read More

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Making the Most of Breakfast and Lunch

Healthy Meal Options for Children Fall is in full swing, the school year is finally upon us, and our to-do lists are growing by the minute. Extracurricular activities, busy work schedules, and other obligations leave little time for healthy meal preparation. This means we often eat on the go or buy prepackaged foods that can … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Gluten-Free

Lizette’s Summer Salad

Herb Salad with Avocado, Peaches, and Raspberry White Balsamic Onions Ingredients Raspberry White Balsamic Vinaigrette

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DATE: CATEGORY: Gluten-Free

Gluten: From Fan Favorite to Four Letter Word – Part 2

In Hiding I remember the first restaurant I visited after learning I was gluten intolerant and going gluten-free. It was a sushi restaurant. I was brand new to eating gluten-free and still learning the ins and outs of the lifestyle. Sushi, I thought, was my safest bet. Fresh fish. Rice. No worries! Wrong. Let’s see … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Gluten-Free

Gluten: From Fan Favorite to Four Letter Word – Part 1

The Restaurant Dilemma I’m not a doctor, nor do I play one on T.V.  I do, however, fashion myself as a bit of a foodie.  So when it was discovered that I was (non-celiac) gluten intolerant, I feared my lifelong love affair with all things edible was about to come to a screeching halt.  Of … Read More

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A Healthy Blissful Dessert

Photo by Chris Bauman Bean + Berry Bliss: Mousse Parfait Dessert This recipe was created for the Spring 2014 Culinary Showcase by two of our talented Natural Chef students, Gabriella Salomon & Amy Binney. It displays the advanced skills our students gain through the program, including expert knowledge of ingredients and detailed instructions. Try it out to test your culinary skills! … Read More

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Bhakti Chai Recipe Contest

Last Friday, our Boulder Natural Chef students competed in Delicious Living‘s Bhakti Chai Recipe Contest. The winning recipe was Tammy Gould’s Bhakti Chai-infused Sweet Potato Black Bean Chili! Bhakti Chai-infused Sweet Potato Black Bean Chili   Save Print Author: Tammy Gould, Natural Chef Serves: 8 Ingredients Chili 3 medium organic sweet potatoes, diced 3 Tbs tea … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Gluten-Free

Oats: Do They or Don’t They Belong in a Gluten-Free Diet?

By Jodi Friedlander, N.C. November 10, 2013 Are you confused as to whether oats, even those that are certified gluten-free, can be tolerated by people with celiac disease and other forms of gluten sensitivity? If so, you’re in good company, as there’s quite a bit of controversy surrounding this topic. No matter where one looks, whether it’s some … Read More

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DATE: CATEGORY: Nutrition Tips

Movember Muchies

Since 2004, November in the U.S. has been known as Movember, a month of men growing mustaches in solidarity to support awareness around men’s health issues such as prostate cancer. The Movember Foundation holds events around the country to promote men’s health education and prevention tips. However, a healthy focus doesn’t need to be isolated … Read More

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