1 cup oatmeal 3/4 cup of almond butter (or any nut butter) 1/2 cup of ground flax seed 1/2 cup of honey (or you can use pure Maple Syrup) 1/4 cup of chia seeds 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract (*optional) A handful of chopped up chocolate chips or use the mini chocolate chips Mix all ingredients together and roll them into 1 inch balls. If it is not sticking together, add more honey or almond butter. These do not need to be cooked just pop them in your freezer and enjoy!!
One diet patients frequently asked about is the Ketogenic diet. The ketogenic diet is a dietary approach to consuming food that is very high in healthy fats, small amounts of protein, and minimal amounts of carbohydrate. The goal of the ketogenic or keto diet is to help your body reach a state of ketosis, which means the body utilizes fat as a source of energy over using glucose or sugar for energy. Maintaining a state of ketosis can be challenging for some patients as it req
As you head out to the store this weekend, consider adding a few of these immune boosting foods to your list. GARLIC AND ONIONS: These are both part of the Allium family and have antimicrobial properties. Garlic has an affinity for the lungs that has been used for centuries to fight lung infections. I’d recommend adding garlic and onions to soups and stir-frys as an easy way to consume more garlic and onions. GREEN VEGETABLES: Broccoli, kale, spinach, and arugula are conside