Dairy-Free Egg Bake

Dairy-Free Egg Bake

Dairy-Free Egg Bake  Healthy Home Coach Chef Courtney K. 1 dozen organic eggs 1 organic bell pepper 4 organic green onions 2 cups of almond cheese 6 pieces of nitrate free bacon 1/2 cup almond milk Add salt and pepper to taste  Directions 1. Cook bacon and chop into pieces 2. Cube bell pepper into small pieces and chop onion 3. Beat the dozen eggs in a large mixing bowl then add almond milk, salt and pepper 4. Add Bacon, bell pepper and onion into egg mixture 5. Pour mixture into baking dish and bake at 375 degrees for 40...
Holiday Brunch – Dairy-Free Organic French Toast Bake

Holiday Brunch – Dairy-Free Organic French Toast Bake

This organic breakfast bake is perfect for a special holiday meal or for any breakfast. It is delicious and easy to make! Holiday Brunch – Dairy-Free Organic French Toast Bake -Healthy Home Coach Chef, Courtney K. 1 loaf of organic bread 1 1/2 cups organic almond milk 1 1/2 tablespoons organic cinnamon 1 tablespoon organic vanilla extract 8 organic eggs  Directions 1. In a large bowl mix eggs, milk, cinnamon and vanilla together. 2. Break loaf of bread into small chunks and place into baking dish. 3. Pour egg mixture over bread. Cover with foil and refrigerate overnight. 4. Bake at 375 degrees for 40 minutes Serve with coconut whipped cream and/or organic maple syrup....
Is There a Link Between Gut Health and Parkinson’s Disease?

Is There a Link Between Gut Health and Parkinson’s Disease?

I was so encouraged to read this article from science reporter, Robert Ferris. I believe the studies we are seeing on gut health will not only give us a clue on protecting the brain from the devastation of Parkinson’s disease, but from many other debilitating diseases as well. Another great reminder that our microbiome is the key to overall good health! Report: For the first time, researchers have found a functional link between the bacteria in the gut and the onset of Parkinson’s disease, one of the world’s most common debilitating brain disorders. A team of scientists from several institutions in the United States and Europe showed how changing the bacteria in the guts of mice affected the manifestation of Parkinson’s symptoms — even including bacteria taken from the guts of humans with the disease. The findings suggest a new way of treating the disease: The best target for treatment may be the gut, rather than the brain. The researchers hope the new information can be used to develop “next generation” probiotics, more sophisticated than the sort of probiotics found on the shelves of health food stores today. “One can imagine one day, maybe in our lifetimes, patients will be prescribed drugs, and in the pills will be the bacteria that protect them from disease or even maybe treat their disease symptoms,” said Sarkis Mazmanian, one of the researchers on the team and professor of microbiology at the California Institute of Technology. The scientists published their findings Thursday in the journal Cell. Parkinson’s disease is a neurodegenerative disorder where brain cells accumulate excessive amounts of a protein called alpha-synuclein...