Cuisine: Paleo

Your diet includes more protein and meat, seafood, non-starchy fruits and vegetables, nuts, and excludes dairy, legumes, grains which make it a gluten free diet.

Basil Bison Bites

Hosting or going to a party and looking for a healthier alternative to the traditional bite-sized meatball? Here is the perfect recipe with more nutrients than lean ground beef–lean Bison meat is a healthy source of protein, with less total fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol. It contains higher levels of Omega-3 fatty acids which are important in fighting chronic inflammation.

myWholeLifeBy myWholeLife Team

Fiesta Fish Tacos 2-Ways

Looking to shake up meal time with a recipe that is sure to please? These fish tacos are your answer. Aside from being delicious, these tacos incorporate a myriad of ingredients known to promote good health. Oregano, turmeric and cilantro are all proven to have anti-inflammatory properties,1 while halibut is a good source of omega-3 which has been proven to be important for good heart health and may also ease inflammation.2

The speedy salsa in this recipe not only comes together in a New York minute, it is also a good source of lycopene thanks to fresh tomatoes. Lycopene has been studied recently for it’s potential to prevent against the development of prostate cancer.3 Any leftovers are delicious on your morning scrambled eggs or as garnish for baked fish or chicken at dinner.

Lawren MonetaBy Lawren Moneta

Anti-inflammatory Pho Soup

Breakfast, lunch or dinner, Pho is an excellent anti-inflammatory, gut healing and (this version) is low FODMAP. Bone broth is a potent ingredient for anyone with gastro-intestinal disorders, or anyone who is healing muscle or bone injuries. Making your own broth is well worthwhile, and makes your home smell delicious. Warm soup may seem strange to eat for breakfast at first, but with the change of the seasons and cold weather approaching, your body will thank you.

Rebecca Wilson, Holistic Chef, CNPBy Rebecca Wilson, Holistic Chef, CNP

Feisty Asian Noodle Bowl

Our Blood Sugar App has simple, delicious recipes based on the TOP 100 proven blood sugar-friendly foods! Here is a sneak peak at one of our fav recipes we can’t get enough of.

First let’s talk about the ginger, garlic and onion. These delicious additions help increase energy storage in the liver and also help reduce insulin resistance — giving you more energy for longer and keeping our blood sugar levels balanced.

myWholeLifeBy myWholeLife Team

Summer Harvest Quinoa Bowl

This recipe features all of the amazing produce that is growing right now. Eating seasonally feels so nourishing and satisfying! The great thing about this Summer Harvest Bowl is that you can make it your own. Add the summer vegetables, herbs and toppings that you and your family like.

myWholeLifeBy myWholeLife Team

Cherry-Chia-Cacao Granola Bars

I originally created this recipe as a results-driven detox/cleanse program. Our clients needed something to sustain them through a morning of exercise that was satisfying and energizing, and these protein-packed bars fit the bill. They are perfect now with summer winding down and kids going back to school. Nourishing, portable and easy to make, this raw granola bar recipe provides a great template for experimenting with additional flavor combinations. For breakfast balance the granola bars out with a green juice or smoothie. Keep one on hand for a mid-morning snack or a lunch box option.

Nicole Gimmillaro, Certified Natural ChefBy Nicole Gimmillaro, Certified Natural Chef

Peach Lemon and Raspberry Tart with Brazil Nut and Fig Crust

I love any kind of curd but feel guilty and not very good after eating the normal curds that are basically eggs, butter and sugar with lemon juice. This one is packed full of goodness.

Ryan Angel, Red Seal Chef & Holistic NutritionistBy Ryan Angel, Red Seal Chef & Holistic Nutritionist

Sautéed Garlicky Greens

Broccolini is part of the cruciferous vegetable family and is ideal in an anti-cancer diet due to a component called sulphoraphane. This compound is known to inhibit cancer cells and flush toxic substances from the body which may be linked to the development of cancer. Garlic and onions also contain sulphoraphanes as well as provide cardiovascular, digestive and immune system support.

InspireHealthBy InspireHealth Supportive Cancer Care