When it comes to trying to live and eat healthily, dessert is often something we end up skipping. Most desserts are packed with added sugars and fats the body just doesn’t need. Today, we’re making a dessert that is tasty and healthy! If you aren’t a fan of peanut butter, you can substitute it for any other kind of nut butter that you prefer (cashew is also quite tasty). These cookies are a healthy way to get additional fiber and protein.
With Covid-19 currently sweeping the nation, now is a better time than ever to be focusing on your immune system and overall health. When it comes to your immune system, there are plenty of foods that can help make it stronger and keep you healthier. Today we’re discussing a few immune system boosting foods and how you can use them in your day-to-day cooking. Have any questions? Want to schedule a telemedicine appointment with Dawn? Contact Dawn Potter Acupuncture today, we would be more than delighted to help with any of your needs.
For many people that have never suffered from allergies, the last few years have been a rude awakening. With pollen counts higher than ever, what are we to do? Many people take an allergy or antihistamine medication that can have nasty side-effects. At Dawn Potter Acupuncture, we take a more natural approach to allergy treatment in Clearwater, Florida and today we are providing natural allergy relief tips for our whole community.
This recipe is vegan, paleo, gluten-free, sugar-free and dairy-free:
This evening I was craving something cold and sweet. Rather than running out to find some sugar-filled, coconut-milk-based ice cream, I decided to see what I could whip up in my blender. So, I gathered:
Recipe (gluten-free, paleo, ovo-vegetarian)
This quick and easy, 1-pan breakfast scramble is healthy, delicious, and contains many ingredients found to help reduce inflammation.