Real Food Link Love: April 2011

by Ann Marie Michaels on April 8, 2011

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It’s time to share some love with my fellow bloggers. I am currently running a class on reversing food allergies. Many are not just committed to eating better, but to healing their bodies. I wanted to share some links that will help support you and your family in improving your health and enjoying real food.

Here are just a few of the recipes and other real food links from around the web that I’ve enjoyed recently.

Real Food Link Love

Elizabeth of The Nourished Life discusses ways to avoid big mistakes while healing your gut on GAPS and how to reach your full healing potential.

Share Your Real Food Links!

Got any favorites you’ve read recently? Share them in the comments below.

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Tara April 9, 2011 at 8:55 AM

I don’t know if it’s ok to contribute real food giveaways (delete if not!), but I just posted a review and giveaway for a 32 oz. jar of Tropical Traditions Organic Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil. http://mommyhaha.com/home/item/tropical-traditions-organic-virgin-coconut-oil-review-giveaway.html

I read Jenny’s story about recovering from celiac, PCOS and Thyroid disease this week over at Nourished Kitchen. It was fascinating. http://nourishedkitchen.com/my-story-recovery-from-celiac-disease-pcos-and-autoimmune-thyroid-disease/

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Judy H April 9, 2011 at 10:16 AM

Thank you for sharing all this wonderful info. Greatly appreciated.

~Judy in MI~ :) I really liked your story that you wrote up about your visit to that dairy farm. I know exactly what you saw, they are all over, but most don`t realize , or just don`t pay attention. I have seen how these farms are, and no way would I ever consider drinking any of their milk. YUK
Excellent write up, just want you to know you are going a really great job at finding this info and making visits to places where most would not think about doing. I think everyone should start realizing , we have to take control of our own health, and that means asking tons of questions, visit local farms, see what their practices are, etc. I ask probably too many questions, but if I don`t see my answer I will ask. You can pretty much tell if you drive up to a farm and there are piles of silolige everywhere, no pasture, no cows grazing in the sunshine, etc. This is very sad to see, and some of these farms here, the cows stand on concrete all their lifes in one spot. I guess I am missing something when I see this? And to think that this milk from these sad cows are being distributed as healthy? I don`t think so.
~Judy in MI~ :)

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Bethany July 12, 2011 at 4:49 AM

Judy….where in MI are you? I live in MI as well.

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Bebe April 11, 2011 at 3:03 PM

Oh goody… thanks for posting. May I just say that anyone who uses Scrabble tiles to spell out a message gets extra points! ;)

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cheeseslave April 11, 2011 at 4:54 PM

I’m in it for the points.

I’m a HUGE Scrabble geek!!!!

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Maggie @ Maggie's Nest April 11, 2011 at 8:10 PM

Perfect – I’m looking for as much support as I can! Day 1 of GAPS almost done…

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Bethany July 12, 2011 at 4:48 AM

maggie how did your gaps go? I just started and am on day 6 !! I have noticed improvement already…. you?

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Nisha April 12, 2011 at 4:15 AM

I think everyone should start realizing , we have to take control of our own health, and that means asking tons of questions, visit local farms, see what their practices are, etc.

I agree with Judy H, modern life is so fast paced now days that no one gets a chance to consider how this is affecting their health, so we need to pay attention so that in the long run it doesnt start to affect us and dmanage our health, I have a lot of farms near my house and I would be interesting to see how they look after their animals and how they come to transport their food etc.

Oh and to cheese slave, I love scrabble too! I have it on my phone so that I can challenge my friends, so if you have an application on your phone called ‘words with friends’ letme know I would be up for the challenge!

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Adam April 18, 2011 at 12:54 AM

My favorite foods tend to be unpretentious and easy to make. They require just a few quality ingredients that marry well together.

I have been fantasizing about what it would be like if I could press a pause button during certain moments in my day and remove myself from the scene, take a nice long siesta or just sit in silence, and when I’m nice and ready, press play and jump back in.

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Infertile Abbie April 18, 2011 at 12:15 PM

Lately I’ve been brewing my own kombucha (fermented tea) and drinking it every morning after eating some yogurt and cereal, and I have to say, it’s really improved my digestion.

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Bethany July 12, 2011 at 4:47 AM

lovin’ the link love :-)

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