I recently had the exciting opportunity to guest blog post for Julie Daniluk.
If you’re not familiar with who she is, she’s a fellow holistic nutritionist who after a major health setback involving a trip to Thailand, frozen, defrosted, refrozen then cooked seafood and a bad case of parasites and leaky gut, she overcame these health issues and wrote a best-selling book: Meals that Heal Inflammation. It’s an awesome cookbook and reference guide that I recommend to clients, especially ones who have some sort of immune issue like an auto-immune disease, or they get sick a lot. Her meals are easy to make and inspiring. I’ve also had the pleasure of taking her cooking classes at the Big Carrot in Toronto, which sadly she isn’t offering anymore.
Her energy is infectious and she embodies everything I love about holistic nutritionists in general: attentive, kind, curious, and she genuinely wants to help people.
I recently met her at a party and she asked me to contribute something anti-inflammatory, and I remembered I had my yummy anti-inflammatory squash soup, so I shared that with her readers.
Here is the link to my blog post and to her website if you feel like having a nose around.
Let me know in the comments if you try my recipe. Or, even better, Instagram about it and tag me: @coconutlimenutrition.
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