As you know, we believe mindset is critical to progressing along the Migraine Freedom Timeline. To get to Phase 4, you’ve gotta believe it’s possible. We’ve said before that there’s a path to migraine freedom for everyone. But we know believing that, deep down where it matters most, isn’t easy. Yes, we try to provide as … Read more“Everything Has Changed” — Lisa G.
This is how things are supposed to work: You’re a hunting and gathering human being, out in the wild. You come across a brightly colored but unfamiliar object dangling from a tree. It looks potentially edible. Is that good for me, you wonder? You take a tiny bite. It’s delicious. One of the best things … Read moreIs Tasty Food Really Bad For You?
Earlier this year, as outlined in a recent post, I began the “Keto Experiments.” There are several questions I want to answer for myself through these, answers that I hope everyone will benefit from. One of those questions was just how much of an extra boost in migraine protection does ketosis provide. What is the full scope … Read moreKetogenic Diet VERSUS Fire
Ketogenic Diets – Making Up For Lost Time I have a prediction: you’re going to start hearing a LOT more about ketones and ketogenic diets in the next decade or two. For those not familiar, a ketogenic diet is a way of eating that promotes the formation of ketone bodies in the liver, which are … Read moreExperiments in Ketosis: Maximizing the Migraine Preventative Effects
Many in our Migrai-Neverland community have discovered, as we have, just how powerful carbohydrate restriction can be when it comes to keeping the migraine beast in check. So we’ve been busy working on more recipes for members who are trying to keep their carb counts in the low or ketogenic range. One of our recent favorites is … Read moreTrout with Crispy Skin Recipe from our Keto Recipe Collection
It’s getting chilly out there. At least, it sure is here in Atlanta. That means it’s soup time! Here’s one that we make often. Be sure to double or triple the recipe! You’ll want to keep some in the freezer for a quick weeknight meal. Chicken Enchilada Soup Ingredients: 2 tbsp olive oil 4 chicken … Read moreChicken Enchilada Soup Recipe
When we cook dinner at our house, we typically make enough so that we have extra for lunch the next day. When we pack up the leftovers, we portion them into containers ready to grab on our way out the door to work the next morning. It’s such an easy way to take care of … Read moreThai Quinoa Meatballs — Two Ways
Here in Atlanta, we are coming up on the hottest days of summer. It seems like it will be ages before it’s too cold to venture out to the grill. Nonetheless, we are seizing every chance we can to light up the coals. In a pinch (or in the winter), you could roast this chicken … Read moreGrilled Chicken Shawarma with Dill Tzatziki
If you want to impress with your cooking, there are a few simple techniques you can use to boost the flavors and depth of your dishes and easily elevate them to restaurant quality. One is grilling and another is pickling. In our take on gazpacho we use both. This recipe makes a great party starter. … Read moreGrilled Gazpacho with Pickled Crab
I have a friend who loves beets but never uses the greens when they come attached to the beets. She knows that I love them, so she dutifully passes them through the window to me at carpool rather than let them go to waste. I’m not sure if my friend doesn’t care for them or … Read moreSautéed Beet Greens with Pickled Stems