Hormone Balancing Recipes

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Prep: 10 Mins | Cook: 35 mins | Total: 45 mins

These fish tacos keep things really simple, but it’s a powerhouse of flavour and nutrition! The tortillas are made with coconut flour and arrowroot flour. That means they’re gluten-free, contain no added sugars, and are a perfect choice for maintaining your gut health. They’re also low in carbohydrates.

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Prep: 15 Mins | Cook: 12 Mins | Total: 27 Mins

Tender Coriander Lime Chicken made with a quick marinade then grilled to lock in all the flavours. This paleo chicken recipe is topped with a fresh zesty Avocado Salsa – a healthy, easy, 30 minute meal you and your gut will love.

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Prep: 10 Mins | Cook: 35 Mins | Total: 45 Mins

This Cauliflower Curry is an Indian-inspired vegan dish that comes together easily. It is a warmly spiced curry, which gives this classic chunky vegetable dish its exotic taste. And turmeric is what gives it its vibrant colour. Turmeric is a powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant, which is perfect for reducing gut inflammation while on a sensitive gut diet.

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Prep: 20 Mins | Cook: 20 Mins | Total: 40 Mins

These nutrient-packed, raw vegetable noodles are the perfect pasta alternative for healthy eaters. They’re low in carbs and an easy and fun way to put more your vegetables on your plate. You can have this dish with or without meat. 

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Prep: 5 Mins | Cook: 15 Mins | Total: 20 Mins

This essential comfort foods taste just like mashed potato but it lighter on digestion and lower in carbs. It is the perfect side to almost any dish with added coconut cream for texture.  

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Prep: 15 Mins | Cook: 30 Mins | Total: 45 Mins

This tasty  recipe uses lots of herbs and spices to create a really full flavour. Millet is on the YES list for sensitive guts, but you should consider only eating it in smaller amounts until you reach the later stages, as it can be mildly aggravating to those with particularly sensitive guts. This also applies to the beef. It is usually OK for most people in small amounts but is more difficult to digest. 

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Prep: 15 Mins | Cook: 20 Mins | Total: 35 Mins

Pseudo-grains like quinoa instead of regular options like wheat, barley, or rye are completely gluten-free and tend to be much easier on the gut. If you’re suffering from poor gut health, the last thing you need is to eat pro-inflammatory foods that will inflame your gut lining even more. Quinoa is a goody!

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Prep: 10 Mins | Cook: 15 Mins | Total: 25 Mins

Each ingredient in this recipe brings something unique to the flavour and complete nutrition. Chickpeas and peas are full of fiber and protein, which help you feel full and satisfied. Peas and cauliflower are great sources of Vitamin C, while spinach is loaded with Vitamin A. The coconut milk brings all the ingredients together in a rich creaminess. 

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