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Low Carb Pancakes (Paleo, Gluten-free and Keto friendly)

So there are lots of variations for pancake recipes floating around on the internet but this one of our favourite recipes we want to share that we think suits alot of dietary needs.

These 6-ingredient keto low carb pancakes with almond flour and coconut flour are so easy, fluffy, and delicious. Paleo and gluten-free, too!

These pancakes only require a small amount of ingredients. All of them are pretty common to find if you do even a little keto or gluten-free cooking at least occasionally.

The other best part? It’s a flexible recipe! Add some melted butter to the batter, add in blueberries and you can have blueberry pancakes.

I hope you enjoy them let us know what you think in the comments.

 

 

 

Chocolate Coconut Cashew Bars

Chocolate Coconut Cashew Bars

by Elaine King

Just 5 simple ingredients with no baking required. These are wheat free, dairy-free and sugar-free, a perfect alternative to those with diet restrictions and looking for a healthier option. Who said chocolate bars cant be delicious yet healthy!

Coconut cashew bar - KinesiologyZone recipe

The base is a blended concoction of raw cashews, oats and coconut oil that seriously resembles cookie dough, both in taste and texture.

The divine chocolate topping is simply a mix of cacao powder, honey and a few pinches of sea salt. Coconut flakes are optional but can add an extra layer of decadence.

This recipe was shared from by Elaine King our Diploma 2017 student based in Donegal to see more from Elaine join her facebook page –  https://www.facebook.com/elaineking.kinesiology/


The Health Show, Episode #6 – Food Sensitivity Testing

Our latest Facebook Live from my clinic, lunchtime session showing a demonstration of Food Sensitivity Testing – using the muscles as a way to test and identify systems being affected by the foods we eat.

This time Siobhan Guthrie gives a demonstration of Food Sensitivity Testing – using two or three muscles as a way to test and accurately identify energy circuits and systems that are affected by the foods we eat; or reveal an imbalance with that circuit that may require further investigation.  We tested wheat, a gluten free bread roll, milk, and a banana.

Foods that we commonly test are those that we eat more than 3-4 times a week (and often more than that), rather than foods that we rarely eat.  Symptoms of food sensitivity are wide, and may not affect digestion.  Siobhan coveys this in the video below.

 

The Health Show Episode #6 KinesiologyZone Food Testing

Recorded as a Facebook Live, your questions were answered live too.

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Remember nutrition is a very complex matter. it needs to be careful, and studied approach for the results to be beneficial to the individual Training we offer in our Balanced Health courses.

Bio-chemic individuality is a fact. Each person has different nutritional needs, and it is imperative this be taken into account when embarking on the serious matter of embarking on the serious matter of involving oneself with someone’s diet. People are extremely emotionally involved with what they eat.

To see more on food testing – http://www.kinesiologyzone.com/how-to-test-foods-with-kinesiology/

Delicious Gluten Free Pancakes

Gluten Free Pancakes

Today is Shrove Tuesday or better known as Pancake Tuesday. If you’ve been looking for a gluten-free recipe to make from scratch, this one is simple and produces light and fluffy pancakes (that no one will know are gluten free).

Ingredients


1 Tsp Lemon juice
1 Tsp Baking soda (GF)
2 Tbsp Coconut Flour
100 ml Coconut Milk
2 Tsp Coconut oil (frying)
3 Eggs
1 Tsp Cinnamon
1 Tsp Vanilla Extract
1/2 tsp Salt

 

Method

Place all the dry ingredients in a large mixing bowl, mix to combine and then make a well in the centre. Pour the milk into a jug and add the egg yolks.

Whisk lightly to combine. Add to the dry ingredients and mix until blended.

To cook the pancakes, melt the coconut oil in a large frying pan over a medium heat and add a small ladleful of the mixture to the hot pan.

Cook for about 2-3 minutes on each side, or until the pancakes are golden brown.

Serve the pancakes on warm plates with banana slices, blueberries, a drizzle of honey and yoghurt.

Happy eating!!

Recipes

Low Carb Pancakes (Paleo, Gluten-free and Keto friendly)

So there are lots of variations for pancake recipes floating around on the internet but this one of our favourite recipes we want to share that we think suits alot of dietary needs.

These 6-ingredient keto low carb pancakes with almond flour and coconut flour are so easy, fluffy, and delicious. Paleo and gluten-free, too!

These pancakes only require a small amount of ingredients. All of them are pretty common to find if you do even a little keto or gluten-free cooking at least occasionally.

The other best part? It’s a flexible recipe! Add some melted butter to the batter, add in blueberries and you can have blueberry pancakes.

I hope you enjoy them let us know what you think in the comments.

 

 

 

Chocolate Coconut Cashew Bars

Chocolate Coconut Cashew Bars

by Elaine King

Just 5 simple ingredients with no baking required. These are wheat free, dairy-free and sugar-free, a perfect alternative to those with diet restrictions and looking for a healthier option. Who said chocolate bars cant be delicious yet healthy!

Coconut cashew bar - KinesiologyZone recipe

The base is a blended concoction of raw cashews, oats and coconut oil that seriously resembles cookie dough, both in taste and texture.

The divine chocolate topping is simply a mix of cacao powder, honey and a few pinches of sea salt. Coconut flakes are optional but can add an extra layer of decadence.

This recipe was shared from by Elaine King our Diploma 2017 student based in Donegal to see more from Elaine join her facebook page –  https://www.facebook.com/elaineking.kinesiology/