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Gluten Free Cheesecake

High Protein, Low Carb, Gluten Free Cheesecake Ingredients for crust: 2 cups of raw plain slivered almonds ¼ cup unsalted butter ½ tsp of sea salt Filling ingredients: 1 8oz package of organic cream cheese, light 1 8oz package of organic whipped cream cheese 1 5oz package of creamy goat cheese 1 5-6oz container of organic nonfat Greek yogurt 1 teaspoon of vanilla ¼ whole organic milk 3 slightly beaten pastured eggs ¾ TSP of stevia ¼ cup sugar in the raw Whipped Cream Topping: ½ pint of whipping cream 1 tsp of vanilla 2 tbls of stevia Raw cacao nibs or your favorite organic berries Directions Preheat oven to 375. Serves 12-16. Crust: Blend almonds in food processor until coarsely chopped, then add in melted butter and blend until evenly distributed. Place ingredients in bottom of spring pan and press down firmly. Set aside. Clean out food processor to make filling. Filling: Blend all filling ingredients in food processor until all ingredients are mixed, do not over blend. Pour into spring pan and bake for approximately 40-45 minutes, look for filling to be set but doesn’t need to be too stiff as it will continue to firm up as it

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Chronic Illness

Is SIBO (Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth) affecting you?

Is SIBO (Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth) affecting you? A few symptoms can include abdominal distention (varies throughout the day), abdominal pain, cramping, Vitamin B12 deficiency, bloating after eating, chronic illness (chronic fatigue, hypothyroid, fibromyalgia, diabetes, autoimmune) and more. Let us help you overcome SIBO! Is SIBO (Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth) affecting you? A few symptoms can include the following: Bloating after eating Irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel diseases Abdominal distention (varies throughout the day) Diarrhea, loose stools, rapid transit Constipation (but more often diarrhea) Gas (flatus), excessive Abdominal pain, cramping Helicobacter pylori/autoimmune damage to stomach, ulcers Food sensitivities: gluten, casein, lactose, sugars, alcohol-sugars Chronic illness (chronic fatigue, hypothyroid, fibromyalgia, diabetes, autoimmune) precedes an increase in gastro-intestinal symptoms Fatty food aggravation or mal-absorption, lienteric stools Vitamin B12 deficiency If you are experiencing many – or any – of these symptoms, we are here to help. We can… Reestablish a supportive terrain via an optimal, although not a restrictive, diet. Help you reestablish a proper immune/microbial relationship, often affected by genetics, immunity, and diet Establish functional peristalsis through brain/neural support, thyroid, G.I. tissue integrity Repair the leaky gut using glutamine, aloe, lysozyme, bone broth, colostrum, etc. Enable you to achieve a quick

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Chronic Illness

Leaky Gut

Did you know that you cannot successfully heal any chronic condition if your gut is not functioning properly? We can’t actually heal our guts but we can make significant diet and lifestyle modifications and let your body do the rest. It’s important to eliminate carbohydrates and sugars, as well as any known allergens. Instead, consume high quality protein, organic vegetables, and lots of good fat to help achieve optimal health. Making changes can be difficult, but those of us who make the changes helps to determine who gets well and who does not. Did you know that you will not successfully heal any chronic condition if your gut is not functioning properly? However, we can’t heal our guts — we can only make diet and lifestyle changes and let our body do the repairs internally. So, how can we heal our leaky gut? We need to take steps to remove the offending sources of leaky gut by consuming healing foods, detoxing, fasting, and taking high-quality supplements. Your gut can then heal itself and other chronic conditions will become better as well.  We are here to help! For more information and to learn more you can improve your own health, email

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Chronic Illness

What to Eat – Leaky Gut

People often ask me: What is the optimal diet to more quickly achieve great health and resolve chronic conditions such as leaky gut? I am happy to help! It takes willpower but it’s not too complicated. You will want to remove carbohydrates, sugars and any known allergens from your daily diet. You should eat lots of good fat, grass-fed protein, consume smaller meals and chew your food thoroughly. If you eat the following these foods regularly, you can also speed up your healing process: Amasai yogurt Grass-fed butter, ghee, or butter oil Naturally fermented foods, such as sauerkraut, kimchi, pickles (without sugar) Bone broth (from grass-fed animal bones) Cultured whey water Kombucha Fermented cod liver oil Prebiotic foods 38 (promote the growth of good gut bacteria) like dandelion greens, chicory root, jicama, Jerusalem artichoke, garlic, onion, and leeks. Let us coach you on your road to optimal health! For more information and to learn more how she can help you improve your own health, contact us at support@trinahammack.zendesk.com or call 831-373-6204.

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Chronic Illness

What supplements to take – leaky gut?

To heal a leaky gut and other chronic health conditions, we have suggested important diet and lifestyle changes. To assist your healing, taking some of the following high grade supplements including LGUT, ZLUTN, Glutamine power or capsules, FBR, a variety of high-potency probiotics, terrain and zinc can support your efforts. We can help guide you to the best sources for these and other supplements! LGUT includes specific botanical and nutritional ingredients that help to reduce intestinal permeability. ZGLUTN contains enzymes and herbs to support the digestion of casein (milk protein) and gliadin (gluten) and is formulated for gluten and dairy sensitive individuals. Glutamine powder or capsules: An essential amino acid that coats the walls of your cells and is helpful for healing the intestinal lining. FBR: Includes insoluble and soluble fibers, as well as herbs, whole food organic sprouts, and probiotics that help with proper elimination, bowel function and a healthy colon. High-potency probiotics such as MBC, ABC, Prescript Assist, and Probiophage: Rotating different probiotics helps to provide a variety of bacteria which is important to achieving a healthy gut. Terrain: Organic acids in this living, herbal dietary supplement help create a popper internal environment for growing good bacteria. Zinc: It helps

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