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Remove Excess Stress From Your Life
If you’ve read our previous blog about stress, then you’re aware of how pervasive stress can be. In case you didn’t get the chance to read...
Coffee with Alice: A Possible Link Between Testosterone and Covid?
Tyler (00:02): Hey everyone. As promised, we are doing our best to keep you up to date with all things related...
Coffee with Dr.Alice is Now Live on Stark Naked Radio!
Below is the transcript of our Stark Naked Radio podcast episode. We had some technical difficulties, and we weren’t able to...
The Skinny on Cholesterol
What is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear that someone has high cholesterol? High risk for heart disease...
This a great recipe for a spicy twist on cauliflower. It is simple with little effort and you have another way to change up your cauliflower. Might be a too spicy for the kids but for those of you that like a little heat this is a great recipe. Serve it with anything that you want to add a spicy element. You can also use a good quality GF free hot sauce instead of cayenne.
Paleo Waldorf Salad Lettuce Wraps
This dairy-free recipe is a nutritious version for Waldorf salad using using using bib, iceberg, or romaine lettuce as the wrap for a snack. You can also use this recipe for lunch or dinner by throwing it onto some spinach, kale, or arugula. You can put it on a rice cracker, or GF toast. It is really yummy full of protein that is low in fat and low in carbohydrates. It is cool, crisp and refreshing on a hot day which makes it perfect for a summertime snack or meal. You can use your leftover roasted chicken or make your chicken from scratch without much more effort.
Halibut with Sweet Potato Fries and Green Beans
This is a fish sheet pan recipe for halibut. It's a great time saver if you have limited time to make a family dinner, or your kid's friend's are staying for a healthy meal, or you are meal prepping and you want something that is tasty, saves time and has the right macros. There are many sheet pan recipes out now and this is one I have tried and tasted and it is a home run for taste, nutrition and time. Try it your taste buds will be delighted with the its savory sweetness. You can even add a little red pepper flake and then will hit all four notes with a little heat.