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Stay Home & Eat Well with these Recipe Resources

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, I remain committed to providing my patients and followers with useful and accurate information. I encourage you to use these resources to help in making informed decisions on how to go about your daily activities in a safe and healthy way. Please share it with friends!

 
I routinely post relevant articles and information on my Facebook page. Not a Facebook member? I have made my Facebook posts available on the homepage of my website as well.
 
Today I’m highlighting four recipe resources that are especially useful for today's Stay Home - Stay Safe environment.
 
Having a stocked pantry is as important now as it has ever been. One of my favorite go-to recipe sites Eating Bird Food has compiled a list of helpful tips to stock your healthy pantry. 
 
Another one of my favorite sites, Well Plated by Erin,  has made available a page of healthy pantry & freezer-friendly recipes.
 
Dr. Kara Fitzgerald’s nutrition staff has assembled a website full of healthy recipes. Why am I obsessed with this site? First, most of the recipes are easily modified to accommodate personal diet plans. Second, the variety of recipes has a broad range, including everything from bone broth to dessert. In addition, the recipes are designed with nutrient density in mind, seeking to optimize nutrient content for optimal immune support. For those of you science geeks (like me) interested in Functional Medicine, Dr. Kara also has an excellent podcast.
 
Ready to incorporate more plant-based options into your diet? The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine has the tools you need to get started in the relaunched 21-Day Vegan Kickstart online program and mobile app. The free program features hundreds of healthy recipes, meal plans, grocery lists, expert nutrition advice, cooking demonstrations, and more.
You don’t have to commit to being a strict vegan to learn from this program. We can all benefit by incorporating more plant-based principles into our diet.
  
That’s it for today. Stay home, stay safe, and stay well.
 


Carin Nielsen, MD Integrative Medicine I use an Integrative/Functional Medicine approach with my patients to treat a variety of chronic medical conditions. During our Stay home - stay safe period I continue to see both new and returning clients via our secure video visit format.  If you are interested in learning more or if you would like to schedule a consultation, please contact our office This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 231-638-5585. 

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