Are you interested in achieving Optimum Health for you and your loved ones and doing that safely? If that’s you, then read on because January is going to be Paleo Month here at Elegantly, Gluten Free and you don’t want to miss a single recipe, report or article about Paleo and how it can help you accomplish your dietary objects safely, effectively and as quickly as possible.
Have you ever wondered how you can maintain your overall health in spite of the disease that is causing you to be gluten intolerant? This is a serious problem and I sometimes worry about it myself. I think that I’ve found something that can help.
Over the last year or so, I’ve noticed that there is increasing interest in the Paleo Diet around the world. It seems to me that it is a valid dietary choice which many people are embracing because of the benefits they attribute to the diet.
Its popularity began in the 1970s and has grown as more and more people have discovered the benefits of this highly nutritional diet.
I’ve wondered about it often and have now overcome my personal inertia and did something about my curiosity. I liked what I found. And, because of that, I’ve become very interested in it myself since it is, by definition, gluten-free! It contains no grains… Period!
Plus we will be adding a sub-menu as well as a category for Paleo information on the Elegantly, Gluten-Free website.
Here’s a moist and flavorful, easy chicken dinner that you can have on the table quickly and also serve a healthy meal to your family.
This basic gluten-free chicken recipe always satisfies my family, both the gluten-y eaters and those on a gluten-free diet. It goes with many of our favorite side dishes and is so easy to make on short notice. So, even if I start with frozen chicken breasts, preparation and cooking time is only a few minutes longer.
I always like to have a few quick healthy meals handy like this gluten-free recipe made from kale, onion and peppers.
My husband actually likes this combination with kale, even though he never gets excited when he hears it’s on the menu. (Don’t tell him that I know he likes it J)
Having several 30 minute meals ready to go when necessary can be a lifesaver.
For more protein to go with these veggies, you can cook an egg or two in the center of the pan during the last few minutes of cooking time. These eggs are not technically poached since they aren’t in water deep enough to cover them, but they will cook nicely if you…
Fresh, vine-ripened tomatoes add so much nutrition to a gluten-free diet — however, their flavor is the main reason I eat them, and I enjoy fresh tomato recipes like this salad. One way to serve them, alone or with other vegetables, is with one of my favorites, this gluten-free salad dressing.
Somewhere during the day I need to have a crisp salad. Whether it’s at lunch or a between meal snack or at dinner, a salad is a major part of my gluten-free diet. The bold flavor of raw kale goes well with the sweet and tangy flavors of carrot, tomato, onion and more, for a pick-me-up to even the most ordinary day.