Thyroid Diet Starter Kit
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Farmer’s Wife Sunday Breakfast

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We are blessed with the best farmers’ market northern California has to offer. One of the vendors who has captured my admiration is The Farmer’s Wife. Lately, she started offering paleo plates – a succulent fennel sausage on a bed of greens, served with ferments from her next-door neighbor. This is a great example of what your PFF (protein, fat and fiber) thyroid diet breakfast could look like. Continue reading

Thyroid Diet: Veggie and Sausage Breakfast Delight

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A delicious breakfast recipe for a thyroid diet.   This is the perfect savory, no-sugar breakfast to start your day off right. It will keep you satisfied much longer than a sugary breakfast and it tastes great! A delicious addition … Continue reading

Lamb Sausages with Pickled Cucumbers

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This is another recipe to promote low to no sugar consumption in the morning. By consuming a high-protein and high-fat breakfast, your sugar levels will not spike nor will you crash at 11am. Pickled cucumbers or dills are not only … Continue reading

Sausage with Roasted Tomato

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This is another recipe to promote low to no sugar consumption in the morning. By consuming a high-protein and high-fat breakfast, your sugar levels will not spike nor will you crash at 11am. The Ingredients 2 turkey, bison or lamb … Continue reading

Sausage, Bean and Sauerkraut Soup

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Cabbage not only lowers the cholesterol, but is also full of natural antioxidant properties that prevent cancer; it also has high contents of calcium. When you ferment it, a whole new spectrum of beneficial bacteria is brought to our gut, … Continue reading