Yield: 4 servings (mostly colored and sulfur) Prep Time: 30 minutes Cook Time: 45 minutes Ingredients:2 fists green cabbage: chopped 1 fist red cabbage: chopped (optional) 2 fists carrot: chopped 2 fists onion: chopped 2 cloves garlic
Servings 2 Ingredients:1 can full-fat coconut milk, bone broth (seriously), or water 1 tsp turmeric ½ tsp cinnamon 1 tsp – 1 tbsp. of ghee 1 tsp – 1 tbsp. of coconut oil 1 pinch of black
Prep Time: 5 minutes Cook Time: 2.5-24 hours (depending on equipment) Ingredients:1 lbs chicken feet (or another kind of bones) 1 lbs chicken back/neck (or other kind of bones) 1 tablespoon organic apple cider vinegar 6-10 quarts water
People are often curious as to why I, a severe traumatic brain injury survivor, place so much emphasis on nutrition and supplementation during and after recovery.
There are so many reasons to examine the link between nutrition and brain health. As a brief response to a recent question about my interest in nutrition, here are just 3 lesser-known reasons we should care about the gut-brain axis.
Whenever I am inclined to write about nutrition, I’m cautioned to be mindful of just how personal (and often controversial) the subject can be. Eating is an emotional experience, and we are passionate about our food. So passionate, in fact, that attitudes
A Fat Chance (Part ONE): Introduction Notice: This is the first article in an ongoing series. Make sure to check out the next articles when you’re finished with this one!A Fat Chance (Part ONE): Introduction A Fat Chance
Since this post, my nutritional perspectives have evolved (get it?). All of these principals apply, but I have modified and gotten more specific and included other ingredients and practices. Learn more at www.feedabrain.com/book Every living organism on this planet –