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For those who are abstaining from gluten and other grains (as we recommend on the Body Ecology Diet), Thanksgiving stuffing alternatives are the way to go. Out of four of our recommended grain-like seeds, including quinoa, buckwheat, millet, and amaranth, we find that millet and amaranth pair and cook well together to make a hale and hearty side dish.
We love pairing our powerhouse digestive enzymes, like Assist Full Spectrum, with any gut-busting holiday meal. Because of our natural tendency to overeat at holiday gatherings, your digestive system could use a helping hand -- even when eating healthier foods.
If you're trying to maintain a healthy lifestyle throughout months of holiday temptation, it's all about the workaround. Planning ahead by making your own side dish to bring to a family gathering or potluck will give you a deliciously healing meal to look forward to. You can find this exclusive recipe, along with other healthy holiday favorites, in our complete Body Ecology Living Cookbook -- because living a nourished life can still be yummy and easy.
For a pretty holiday presentation, use a cup or bowl to create a mold. Rinse the cup in cool water, pack with grain mixture, and immediately invert onto a serving plate. Herbs de Provence is a wonderful herb mixture that, in addition to rosemary, tarragon, and thyme, also contains lavender flower. You’ll love it!
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