Delicious and simple, gluten and dairy free breakfast!

Avoiding GLUTEN and DAIRY not only keep us on track with asthma recovery, but also help with or children's behavior and attitude. 

Additionally staying away from gluten and dairy and help with other issues. Our girls are both have their challenges. Language and speech delays, sensory issues and ADD. When we stay on track with a dairy and gluten free diet, they do so much better!

We have quick snacks on hand that are our go to breakfast options. One of our faves is Einkorn Cereal with almond milk. It's naturally gluten free and delicious! Einkorn is fine for those avoiding gluten, but it is not recommended for people with celiac disease.

Another go to breakfast is pasture raised eggs with blueberries and einkorn toast. The girls also love apple slices with peanut butter.

We ran out of cereal, and the girls were tired of eggs, so I came up with a super quick and yummy dairy and gluten free breakfast! The girls love pancakes, but making pancake after pancake when you're short on time, isn't optimal. So we made a baked pancake! We had fresh peaches on hand which made this dish super yummy!

We combined einkorn flour, almond milk and eggs along with vanilla extract, and salt. We then added it to a cast iron pan coated in butter, and topped the skillet pancake with sliced fresh peach, cinnamon and agave mixture.

Baked it and served! It was a huge hit!

Here's the recipe:

Ingredients:
1 Tablespoon organic butter
2 large peaches cut into slices
1 table spoon agave
3/4 teaspoon cinnamon
3 pasture raised eggs
1/2 cup almond milk
1/2 cup einkorn flour
1 drop vanilla extract
1 pinch sea salt

Directions:
Step 1
Preheat oven to 425 degrees
Step 2
Melt butter in cast-iron skillet in the pre-heating oven
Step 3
Combine peach slices, agave and cinnamon in a bowl, gently toss to coat the peaches well
Step 4
Beat eggs, almond milk, einkorn flour, vanilla extract, sea salt together in a bowl, until batter is well combined. Pour into skillet and top batter with peach mixture.
Step 5
Bake 20 minutes and ENJOY!

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xoxo Liz

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Ditch and Switch?

Ditch and Switch?
What the heck is Ditch and Switch?

In January of 2015, my friend Angela, told me "it's great you guys eat healthy, but what about all the cleaners and air fresheners you are using daily? Did you realize they have an effect of your health?" She went on to explain that even though we were seemingly healthy, the exposure to air pollution inside of our home, was actually worse than the air pollution outside!

When these facts were brought to my attention, it made so much sense! Dan's asthma and allergies getting worse each year. My weekly and sometimes daily headaches. Irritability and anxiety that we both suffered. And the effect this was having on our dogs... I knew we had to make a change. Ang said "you need to ditch the toxic cleaners and switch to plant based ones!"

 I was so saddened by some of the things I had learned. So, right away we stopped using the blue glass cleaner as our “just about everything “ household cleaner...



Those pups (Daphne and Phoebe pictured above) were our babies before we adopted our beautiful daughters from China. The thought that some of the cleaners we were using had affected our dogs’ health weighed tremendously on me.

Here are some of the things we used on a daily basis:
*Candles
*Blue all purpose cleaner
*Bleach
*Dryer sheets
*Air fresheners
*Laundry soap with fragrance
*Stainless steel polish
*Granite cleaner
*Oven cleaner/degreaser
*Scented AC filters
*Deodorizing spray
*Hand soap
*Dish soap
*Dishwasher detergent

Not only did these items cost us a pretty penny each month, but they were affecting our health and poisoning our pets. 😢

When we decided to make the shift to plant based solutions, we did it slowly, over time. Little by little, each month.

First - we started with our household cleaner and deodorizing spray.

The next month we added laundry soap, hand soap and dish soap.

The third month we opted for an essential oils diffuser instead of candles and air fresheners. And ordered different oils to try. 

Not only did we save big time on our grocery bill, but we also had the peace of mind knowing we were doing our best for ourselves and our remaining doggies.

I know that the damage we did to our pets, using all those toxic chemicals, was a contributing factor in all four of them dying from cancer. But I am grateful for the knowledge I have now, to do better for our family.

If you or someone you love is suffering, we want to help! We have a community of others, just like you, who are embracing natural ways to improve respiratory health. We share up-to-date resources, to help you navigate the sometimes tricky waters, in learning what foods, products and nutrionals are helpful and safe, and which are not.

We are sharing our experiences with you. Please be sure to consult your doctor.
The information in this video is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or illness.

xoxo Liz

Found this information helpful? Then you you will LOVE my 3 step formula to improve lung health! Check it out right here!

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