Creamy Chestnut Cauliflower Soup Chestnuts aren’t just for roasting over an open fire. Enjoy this nutrition-packed creamy chestnut cauliflower soup as an accompaniment to any meal. Chestnuts are relatively low in calories but rich in fiber, vitamin C, folates in addition to other B vitamins, and minerals such as iron, calcium, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, as…Details
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Dr. Tom O’Bryan invites you to get his upcoming docuseries on Autoimmunity, “Betrayal – the Series.”Details
The Best Gluten Free and Vegan Stuffing I think the best part of Thanksgiving dinner is the stuffing. Wait, no… pumpkin pie. Mmmmmm…. pumpkin pie. But second place is definitely stuffing. Ok, solid second. I’ve been trying for awhile to perfect a gluten free and vegan stuffing and I think I finally got it. It’s…Details
Leaky Gut Bone Broth Bone broth (or stock) is fabulous for healing intestinal permeability. It contains collagen, which nourishes the intestinal lining and reduces inflammation. Plus, it’s easy for a damaged gut to digest and reap the benefits of its protein and minerals. Our version contains added gut superfoods that will take its gut-restoring potential…Details
Saturday Afternoon Chili This weekend I had craving for some chili! So, I asked my mother in law if she had an easy chili recipe to share, which of course she did! The next thing you know I am adding and modifying the recipe she sent over, until I had the final product, which I…Details
Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS): When Histamine Goes Haywire… Mast cells are present in most tissues throughout the human body, especially connective tissue, skin, intestinal lining cardiovascular system, nervous system, and reproductive organs. They are part of the allergic response designed to protect us from threat and injury. When the body is exposed to a…Details
Cashew Roasted Red Pepper Dip Serve this Cashew Roasted Red Pepper Dip with a platter of crackers and vegetables such as cauliflower florets, raw green beans, celery sticks, cucumber slices, and kohlrabi slices. A great cheese-like dip for the holidays! It’s also grain-free! This recipe is from Alissa at Nourishing Meals. Her new Nourishing Meals book releases on…Details
Dr. Jill recently treated a family member for a chronic problem that other doctors were unable to uncover. Her persistence and integrative approach was finally what led to a diagnosis after months of no answers. What was even more amazing was Dr. Jill did this while she was 1000 miles away in a new practice! She was able to offer phone consultations and email communications were always returned quickly. She is top notch!
I wanted you to know that as an Integrative Functional Medicine doctor you are 10 out of 10. In fact I tell people that you are the only one in the USA that could effectively treat my condition, and I really believe that 🙂
I believe that people who go to functional medicine docs are typically desperate. We are the patients who are at the end of our proverbial rope, tired of taking drug after drug with no relief, and who traditional MDs don’t know what to do with. We just dream of a life without pain and to be able to function again. Thanks to Dr. Carnahan, I have no signs of the rheumatoid arthritis I was diagnosed with in 2012, and I’m regaining function that was stolen by the MS I was diagnosed with in 1991. I am recovering and regaining my life. Dr. Jill Carnahan is simply phenomenal.