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Turmeric Ginger Iced Tea and Lemon Spritzer

This post was originally published on this site Make this one a double! Two (or more!) delicious drinks with a single recipe, that is. These immune system boosting Turmeric Ginger Tea and Lemon Spritzer recipes are simple to make and… Continue Reading →

Salted Caramel Apple Crisp

This post was originally published on this site A warm and delicious fruit crisp could be just what you need for one of those surprisingly chilly spring nights. This AIP Salted Caramel Apple Crisp is a healthy treat that will… Continue Reading →

Tigernuts: The Must-Have Superfood You’ll Really Love

This post was originally published on this site Imagine a kitchen where you can reach into the pantry and pull out the perfect food. One that’s ideal for The Myers Way®, AIP approved, paleo friendly, and fun for the whole… Continue Reading →

Dr. Myers On Being A Mom

This post was originally published on this site Like many of you, I chose to be a mother. It was one of the best decisions of my life and out of all my titles—MD, Medical Director, CEO, New York Times… Continue Reading →

Shaved Radish Cucumber Salad

This post was originally published on this site It’s the time of year for the refreshing and delightful dishes that make the season spring to life! The next time you host a healthy brunch, put this Shaved Radish Cucumber Salad… Continue Reading →

Conventional Medicine Failed Me and it is My Mission to Not Have it Fail You Too℠

This post was originally published on this site If you’ve read my books or my blog, participated in a webinar, watched a live event, or listened to one of my podcasts, you’re probably familiar with these words: conventional medicine failed… Continue Reading →

Crepes with Coconut Cream and Berry Compote

This post was originally published on this site Crepes are a versatile breakfast or dessert available at restaurants, farmer’s markets, and food trucks everywhere! For those of you following The Myer’s Way®, that doesn’t make them easy to get your… Continue Reading →

The Top 10 Health Benefits of Omega-3s

This post was originally published on this site Omega-3s. You’ve probably heard of them. However, do you know why they are so important and so different from any other type of fat? Let me clue you in: It’s because unlike… Continue Reading →

Omega-3s and Your Thyroid

This post was originally published on this site For those of us raised on a low-fat diet, it may have taken a while to understand that there are different kinds of fats, and they are truly good for us! We… Continue Reading →

Salted Caramel Frappuccino

This post was originally published on this site During spring and summer, there are a lot of carnivals, summer parties, and picnics. With them comes the tantalizing smells of the sweet summer treats: Kettle Korn, caramel apples, and salted caramels… Continue Reading →

Yes, You Can Lose Weight After 40!

This post was originally published on this site Have you noticed a little extra cushioning on your bottom, belly, and hips and increased difficulty losing those stubborn extra pounds? You are not alone. This is a common problem that women… Continue Reading →

Dr. Myers on The Great Egg Debate

This post was originally published on this site Are chicken eggs good or bad? Are they healthy? You may have heard recently that they aren’t very good for you after all. That’s in the wake of a study that was… Continue Reading →

Lamb Chops With Lemon-Thyme Vinaigrette

This post was originally published on this site When I want a healthy dinner with a full-bodied taste and incredible texture, I put these Lamb Chops with Lemon-Thyme Vinaigrette on the table. Lamb is a rich source of vitamins, minerals,… Continue Reading →

8 Must-Have Mood-Supporting Supplements

This post was originally published on this site Everyone gets the blues or feels anxious sometimes. These are very reasonable reactions to the ups and downs of our lives. However, if you are living with mood imbalances as your near-constant… Continue Reading →

8 Tips to Balance Your Hormones—Naturally

This post was originally published on this site Balanced hormones and TV. How do these topics go together? Stay with me! I don’t often watch TV. However, I was recently stuck in an airport, and my attention was drawn to… Continue Reading →

Sleepy Time Tea

This post was originally published on this site Drinking a cup of herbal tea before bed is a fantastic way to ease into a restful night. In traditional folk medicine, chamomile tea is used to promote relaxation and reduce stress…. Continue Reading →

Why Can’t I Sleep Anymore?!

This post was originally published on this site Can you remember the last time you slept all the way through the night undisturbed? If you’re over fifty and regularly experience insomnia, restless nights, and struggle to find enough energy to… Continue Reading →

3 Simple Steps to Optimal Sleep

This post was originally published on this site Your life and your health can change dramatically when you get enough quality sleep. In fact, the benefits of sleep are so far-reaching that you’ll be amazed by how much restful, restorative… Continue Reading →

Sweet Potato Gnocchi

This post was originally published on this site If you’re familiar with gnocchi, you know that the pillowy bites of potato dough are made with conventional flour and eggs. Not to mention topped with buttery, cream-based sauces. However, this delicious… Continue Reading →

7 Key Hormones and How They Affect Your Health

This post was originally published on this site The nearly 50 hormones produced in your body impact just about every facet of your existence. Growth, metabolism, mood, temperature, heart rate, sleep, sexuality—all are governed by these chemical messengers. While all… Continue Reading →

5 Foods to Reduce Gas & Bloating (and 5 That Make It Worse)

This post was originally published on this site Although none of us wants to admit it, gas is something we all deal with on a daily basis! It’s a completely normal process that occurs when we digest our food. Still,… Continue Reading →

Grapefruit Mojito

This post was originally published on this site There are times when I need a refreshing drink that will quench my thirst and support my body. That’s when I turn to this Grapefruit Mojito. Unlike the mojito your friends may… Continue Reading →

Slow Cooker Bison and Vegetable Stew

This post was originally published on this site Are you tired of beef, chicken, pork, and fish? It’s difficult to get away from the endless cycle of these four types of meat. I know. That’s why you should try this… Continue Reading →

How to Reverse Scleroderma Naturally

Your skin. It’s your largest organ, your first defense against germs and bacteria, and the most visible part of your body. Even though it’s the “wrapper” that completely surrounds you, most of us hardly notice it when our skin is… Continue Reading →

Creamy Spaghetti Squash with Beef and Asparagus

Cold, winter nights in our home mean hearty, comforting dinners with warm veggies and rich, umami flavors. This Creamy Spaghetti Squash with Beef and Asparagus is full of fiber, protein, and healthy fats. It’s filling, satisfying, and packed with gut-healthy… Continue Reading →

Lemon Turmeric Marinade

Marinating your chicken or fish before it’s cooked results in a juicy and tender main dish. This Lemon Turmeric Marinade has the perfect acidic quality to tenderize and marinate proteins, breaking down tissues so more moisture is absorbed. And lemon… Continue Reading →

Maple Dijon Salmon

In this recipe, the tender, flaky meat of a perfectly broiled salmon comes together with a delicious maple dijon sauce. There is so much research about the amazing benefits of eating fatty fish such as salmon, and this take on… Continue Reading →

5 Migraine Triggers Plus 3 Tips for Natural Relief

I’ve got some good news for the estimated 36 million people in the U.S. who experience migraines. After working with patients for the last decade and seeing many with migraines, I have identified five common triggers and three easy, natural… Continue Reading →

Tropical Yogurt

If you love mixing flavors into your coconut milk yogurt to freshen up your non-dairy routine, this Tropical Yogurt will have you looking forward to breakfast or your mid-day snack. With mango and Liposomal Curcumin, this recipe has a zesty… Continue Reading →

The Gut-Skin Connection

Beautiful, glowing skin is a huge confidence booster. However, the opposite is also true. Skin that is flaky and dry, or peppered with unsightly blemishes can make even the idea of leaving the house seem overwhelming. We have all experienced… Continue Reading →

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