Author Archives: Kathryn Woodall

Gluten-Free “Replacement” Food list

(This is an old post from an old blog. I’ve updated a few things on it, but some of it is still old. Please, always read labels and check safety for your needs.) Today I ran into a lady who … Continue reading

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Ravioli — Gluten, dairy, egg, soy, rice, nut, and corn-free

Ravioli This is one of the higher carb recipes you’ll see on this site, but I made these for a holiday party and they turned out so well that it is worth sharing. Dough For the pasta dough, I used … Continue reading

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Handling Mental Chatter

(Previously published on an old blog, but moved to this one in 2017.) A lot of you made New Year resolutions recently and have been working toward them.  Since this is about the time that many people start to get … Continue reading

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Using Spices

We explored the importance of cooking in the last article and at least some of you expressed interest in learning more about spices and seasonings.  I’m going to group the spices under general “types” of foods.  While some types are … Continue reading

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Making Your Shoulder Bolder

Hello Folks! Hanging out at the gym, especially around the first of the year, you hear a lot of people excited to try an exercise that is new to them.  For too many of them, “I’m really excited to try … Continue reading

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Gluten-free, Grain-free Pizza Crust Recipe Review

Depending on the diet you follow, this gluten-free, grain-free, low-carb, simple to make pizza crust can be a perfect addition for flavor and menu variety. Pros The crust has the consistency and texture of a regular crust (which surprised me!) … Continue reading

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Top 3 Desk Jockey Myths

(Older article republished on this blog several years later.) We live and work in a world filled with computers and lots of chair time. We start training for it on our very first day of school. We replace our days … Continue reading

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Homemade Mayo

This is SCD legal and works for a Paleo diet, too, depending on your choice of oil. You might be thinking, “Why in the world would you make something you can easily buy at any grocery store?” Because: It doesn’t … Continue reading

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Nutty Chicken and Cabbage

For the Cabbage: 1 large onion ¾ head of green cabbage, shredded or chopped 1 clove of garlic 1 tbsp of olive or coconut oil Water as needed Salt and pepper to taste (I use Real Salt) 1 c. of … Continue reading

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How to handle the people who push your buttons and create drama

Any of you have someone in your life who just drives you crazy at times?  You don’t like him (or her) and the only time he ever interacts with you is when he wants something or when he’s not getting … Continue reading

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