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What Have You Done For Your Liver Lately?

What Have You Done For Your Liver Lately?

Today I am delighted to share a guest post with you from Lydia Shatney,NTP, blogger at Divine Health From the Inside Out and teacher of the amazing Heal Your Gut e-course. Today, Lydia is sharing a TON of great info about how the liver functions and gives lots of tips for things you can do each and every day (starting TODAY) to help support your liver and achieve healthier digestion. 

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100+ Ways to Eat More Organ Meats - The Ultimate Offal and Odd Bits Recipe Round-Up

100+ Ways to Eat More Organ Meats - The Ultimate Offal and Odd Bits Recipe Round-Up

Are you interested in practicing nose-to-tail eating? This post contains over 100 recipes for organ meats/offal, bones (for broths), bony bits (like oxtail, trotters), and gelatin. If you are brand new to eating organs and are intimidated by a plate full of liver and onions, don't worry! There are quite a few recipes with hidden organs, plus many tips on how to sneak organ meats into your diet without even realizing it. But, if you love the flavor of offal, there are plenty of recipes that showcase their unique flavors, too. Enjoy!

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Cajun-Spiced Chicken Livers with Bacon and Onion

Cajun-Spiced Chicken Livers with Bacon and Onion

This recipe is just a simple spin on the classic liver and onions you probably remember from your childhood, with the addition of bacon. Because bacon makes everything better. Additionally, you can give the livers a little (or a lot) of kick with a homemade Cajun spice mix. This recipe is gluten-free, paleo/primal, and compatible with the 21-Day Sugar Detox and Whole30. 

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Liver latkes

Liver latkes

Looking for ways to get liver into your diet? This recipe is so awesome, even the pickiest of eaters will love it! This recipe is gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, Paleo/Primal, and can be modified to suit the 21-Day Sugar Detox or Whole30. Enjoy!

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