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Soups and stews are not only comforting as the weather cools and we roll into Fall they are also extremely healing and nourishing for our tummies. Especially your chronically inflamed tummy. That's why I rallied some nutrition experts together to inspire you with 5 gut healing recipes to give your belly some love...
Curried Lentil Chowder by Root of Fruit Nutrition
This is a fairly quick & easy recipe that seems fancier than it actually is!
The lentils, creamy cashews, and the healing, nutritive, easy-to-digest bone broth lend just enough protein, fiber, and healthy fats to satisfy even the biggest of appetites!
You can find this recipe by Root of Fruit Nutrition here.
Healing Turmeric Soup by Kelly Maia Nutrition
Turmeric is a warming spice which is wonderful and soothing when you’re fighting a cold, leaving you nice and toasty the rest of the evening.
The active component of turmeric, curcumin, is a very strong antioxidant and has an anti-inflammatory effect. It’s also considered a choloretic, promoting the release of bile aiding in digestion.
You can find this recipe by Kelly Maia Nutrition here.
Wild Moon's Beef Stew by The Wild Moon Organics co.
Beef Stew made with Wild Moon’s Organic Beef Broth, cashew nuts, honey, and goji berries!
Adapted from another recipe, they added in their own organic beef broth and added some flavoured extra virgin olive oil to give it a flavour boost that will melt your tastebuds right out of your mouth and leave you full for three days! It’s easy to make and really delicious!
You can find this recipe by The Wild Moon Organics co. here.
Rotisserie Chicken and Nourishing Bone Broth by That Clean LIfe
You can now make the most delicious rotisserie chicken in a slow cooker with only 10 minutes of actual work! In several hours, you'll have perfectly seasoned, crispy skin and so much tender, juicy chicken that literally falls off the bone.
Don't throw out the bones - Toss your scraps right back into the slow cooker along with aromatic veggies and water. The result is a deep, rich and savory brew that is SO good for you.