I’m sitting here dreaming of cake and this one sprung to mind. I used it make it a bit, and I originally shared the recipe on my old website. It’s paleo friendly, legal for anyone on the GAPS diet, gluten free, grain free and it’s yummy.
Following on from my recent post about the issues with copper overload, I wanted to share this information about how to calculate ratios of Zinc, Copper and Ceruloplasmin from blood tests as I have found it helpful. It allowed me to confirm my suspicion that copper may have been causing a lot of my symptoms by allowing me to work out how much unbound copper was floating around in my body as well as my zinc/copper ratio.
I’d read a bit about Dr Mary Newport’s experience with coconut oil reversing her husband’s Alzheimers disease a while back and so while looking for info on this subject this morning I came across this video. I had to share.
I have a bit of an obsession with protein bars – because finding a protein bar that’s not full of UN-real food, is about as rare as hens teeth. So these healthy, paleo friendly cricket protein bars are unusual & not only because they contain cricket flour…
Yummy lacto-fermented Beetroot with Garlic has officially become one of our favorite ferments. It’s really good! The first batch that I made is almost gone and I’ve just made my second batch.
Organic – fad, fashion or fair dinkum? Well fair dinkum mostly when it comes to buying food, but it depends on where you’re looking, what you’re looking at and possibly what country you’re in.
Copper is not only a beautiful, useful and valuable metal, it’s also a nutrient that is found in many food sources, and essential for good health. But what happens when we have too much of it in our body? High copper levels can cause all sorts of chaos…