Entries by dr.julie

Cashew Gravy

2 large onions, chopped 3 garlic cloves, minced 3 Tbsp olive oil ¾ cup cashew butter 2½ cups hot water ½ pound mushrooms, sliced and sautéed in 1 Tbs. olive oil Salt to taste   Sauté onion in oil until light caramel color; add garlic, and cook for 3 minutes more. Add all ingredients except […]

Adrenal Health and Support for Adrenal Fatigue

What are the adrenal glands and what do they do? The adrenals are 2 hat shaped glands that sit on top of our kidneys. They produce and regulate the hormone cortisol, which is released under stressful situations such as during a fight-or-flight type response. Cortisol has a variety of effects on the body. It often gives a burst […]

Support for Gastrointestinal Issues

We see many clients who are struggling with gastrointestinal concerns such as; acid reflux, abdominal pain, irritable bowel syndrome, food sensitivities, constipation, candida, ulcerative colitis, Chron’s disease  and a variety of other auto-immune conditions that may not even manifest with gastrointestinal complaints. There are ways you can support your gastro-intestional health through what you eat and how you […]

Food Allergies and Sensitivities

Finding out you have food allergies or intolerances often means changing your entire diet. This can be a huge challenge even for people who already were eating “healthy” or cooking from scratch. Often, adjusting to a food allergy friendly diet means restructuring your many aspects of your life. This resource is intended to help provide […]

Immune Support Soup

This tasty soup is nourishing, hearty and slow-cooked, allowing for easy absorption of the immune-supportive nutrients it contains. A version of this soup is always what I make when I begin to feel sick. It’s a great staple in the winter to help prevent cold and flus and especially right now in Colorado with the […]

Healthy Fats and Oils

There are many different types of fats. Some should be avoided while others are important for maintaining a well-rounded diet. An essential part of incorporating fats into your meals is discerning between the two.  Fats are solid or semi-solid at room temperature, while oils are liquid at room temperature. Fats generally come from animal sources […]