I know some people assume that I never have to deal with any challenges as a nutrition coach.
Well, today, I’m giving you a little sneak peek behind the curtain as I get started with my Autoimmune Protocol journey.
After years of struggling with autoimmune systems, I finally got diagnosed with Rheumatoid arthritis and Sjögren's syndrome.
AND THEN BAM - the pandemic hit and I was presented with the perfect opportunity to make some serious changes to my diet and lifestyle.
That's why I decided to switch things up a bit on A Spoonful of Soul and share my latest cheap pantry meal - AIP-Friendly Curry Scallops and Spinach!
Not only were all these ingredients already in my pantry and freezer, but it's super easy to make! Try it yourself and let me know what you think. Click through to watch!
SERVES: 4 | PREP TIME: 5 Mins | COOK TIME: 11 Mins | TOTAL...
St. Patricks Day might be a drinking holiday for some, but for me, it's a great opportunity to whip up some Irish inspired meals.
Whether you're celebrating St. Patty's Day at home or you're looking for a recipe with little ingredients, you're going to love this recipe!
That's why in this week's episode of A Spoonful of Soul, I'm making an easy Sausage and Cabbage Soup. It's the perfect dish if you're looking for someone that's simple to make and doesn't require using a lot of ingredients. Read through to try it yourself.
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SERVES: 4 | PREP TIME: 10 Mins | COOK TIME: 15 Mins | TOTAL TIME: 25 Mins
Growing up in East Orange, NJ with a mother who loved introducing my young palate to new herbs and spices, I really grew to love international cuisine. From Trinidadian to Bahraini, I've always enjoyed eating food that is infused with flavors from around the world!
Like most people, I'm not trying to spend hours in the kitchen trying to make a dish.
That's why I've grown to love using powders and pastes in my meals because a little really does go a long way. You can add amazing flavor to any dish without having to spend a ton of money on specialty ingredients or waste time in the kitchen preparing meals that you (or your family) won't eat.
This is especially important if you're just getting into the habit of meal prep and you're looking to keep things easy, simple and (most importantly) affordable!
If you're new to the kitchen or just looking for an easy dinner recipe, I got the perfect thing for you. In this week's episode of A Spoonful of Soul,...