Keto Pad Thai is also Paleo, Whole30, GAPS and AIP! It's the freshest tasting Pad Thai ever, with authentic ingredients and flavors. However you eat, this is the Pad Thai for you! #keto #ketopadthai #whole30 #whole30padthai #whole30zoodles #paleozoodles #paleopadthai #aipzoodles #gapsdiet #bestpadthai

Keto Pad Thai {Whole30|Paleo|GAPS|AIP variation}

Megan Uncategorized 18 Comments

This Pad Thai is so good that I made it doable for all traditional diets. I want everyone to be able to make this! It’s the freshest tasting Pad Thai ever, with authentic ingredients and flavors. So whether you’re Keto, Whole30, Paleo, GAPS, AIP or even if you eat everything, this is the Pad Thai for you! Whole30 & AIP …

Roasted “Loaded” Cauliflower {a Paleo, Keto, GAPS, Whole30 Side Dish, or top with a fried egg or simple roasted chicken for a main dish; AIP version included}

Megan Hors d'oeuvres, Condiments & Sides, Main Dishes, Uncategorized 16 Comments

I may receive a commission if you purchase through links in this post. Cauliflower is one of those rare, perfect vegetables that’s creamy, rich and satisfying, yet it’s low in carbohydrates, so it fits all five traditional diets that are popular for healing the gut and wellness: Paleo, Keto, GAPS, Whole30 and AIP. Amazing. I give the AIP variations below. …

Is Stevia safe or bad for you

Stevia: Safe or Bad for You? My Views

Megan Uncategorized 20 Comments

I’m finally writing this post! Lots of you have asked me questions about this sweetener, usually amounting to something like this: “Is stevia bad?” I believe stevia can be either good or bad, depending on how it’s used. Let’s look at the benefits it provides, when it’s safe, and also some cautions in regard to its use. I am not …


The SPUNKIEST, MOST AFFORDABLE Holiday Gift Buying Guide! (Not your ordinary ideas!)

Megan Essential Oils & Supplements, Health & Nutrition, Store and Resources, Uncategorized 7 Comments

Oh friends! I had fun with this one! I’ve chosen to share with you the most thoughtful, eco-friendly and loving gifts. I hope you’ll enjoy my picks and that they’ll help you to make one or more great choices for someone you love, or perhaps someone for whom it is hard to buy. This post contains affiliate links. Thanks so …


Interviews with Two Families Who Raise Rabbits for Food …and the RECIPE for ROASTED RABBIT

Megan Food Philosophy, Uncategorized 3 Comments

WHY EAT RABBIT? Buying sustainably-sourced chicken is an expensive treat, ringing in at about $20 a meal, just for the meat.  For many of us, this is a high ideal that we budget in occasionally.  For others, we long for the day when we can raise our own meat and begin to save and flourish, living “the good life” with …