Turmeric-Coconut Pudding

March is here! We have some exciting things to share– Turmeric-Coconut Pudding for a healthy dessert alternative, the launch of MumBoss to help some of you overworked mom’s (or your spouse) de-stress, and Beth Greer’s new podcast on alternative ways to heal your kids…all things to support you and your family towards optimal health.

Turmeric-Coconut Pudding

These bowls are perfect for breakfast or even as a dessert! We love turmeric for its anti-inflammatory properties. It has bioactive compounds which aide in a number of health issues– i.e. supporting healthy cholesterol levels, inflammatory bowel syndrome, blood sugar management, and cancer treatment. Turmeric also stimulates the secretion of bile to help you break down fats (coconut milk = fat). This pudding also contains another gut gift– gelatin, which contains glycine that supports intestinal integrity to help you prevent or mitigate leaky gut.

1 can of full fat coconut milk – I used Native Forest
2 teaspoons of Golden Milk turmeric blend
pinch of sea salt
2 tablespoons of Collagelatin powder (or gelatin of your choice)
1 teaspoon of maple syrup

On the stove, combine coconut milk, turmeric blend and sea salt on low to medium heat– do not bring to a boil. Once the mixture is hot and well combined, add maple syrup. Heat should be low. Lastly add gelatin and stir into coconut milk until it dissolves and has a smooth texture. Poor into bowls and place in the fridge to gel for about 2 hours. Enjoy as is or topped with cacao nibs, stevia sweetened chocolate chips, or fresh fruit! 7:46am


Attention all mom’s doing too much! Excited to share on March 1st my friend Rachel Maskell, of @mumboss, will be launching the Mumbox: your retreat delivered. It’s a quarterly subscription box with physical and digital content to help moms relax, refuel, and reconnect in the comfort of their own home. You can reserve yours in time for Mother’s Day at themumbox.comFinally a quarterly subscription box that nourishes mamas! Check out and reserve yours in time for Mother’s Day.

Let’s all make a collective statement that #mamasmatter by giving a gift that gives back to moms with the #mumbox. Reserve yours in time for Mother’s Day

So excited for the #mumbox. A new quarterly subscription box with physical and digital content to help moms relax, refuel, and reconnect in the comfort of their own home. I’m reserving one in time for Mother’s Day and you can too at


We’ve introduced Beth Greer to you before, author of Super Natural Home. Beth is also focused on kids in crisis– children that have been diagnosed with ADHD, anxiety disorder, have a drug or alcohol problem, or are suicidal.

Beth has launched a series of podcasts to investigate unconventional treatments for struggling young people. In a recent podcast, she interviewed Dr. Albert Mensah of Mensah Medical. Dr. Mensah treats mental health disorders (like ADD, ADHD, depression, bipolar disorder, autism and addiction) from the root of the disorder versus at the symptom level. He uses a nutrient-based protocol known as Orthomolecular Medicine.

Check out this interview to learn about alternative ways to treating these diagnoses. If  you like this one, check out her other podcasts episodes on her website.

In this interview, you will discover:

  • How can nutrient therapy affect neurotransmitter activity in a safe and effective way?
  • How do nutrients produce similar neurotransmitter activity as a stimulant medication for ADHD?
  • What evidence is there to support nutrient therapy in autism recovery?
  • Why isn’t a healthy diet and exercise program enough to combat anxiety and depression?
  • Why are multi-vitamins dangerous?
  • Can bipolar disorder be managed successfully just with targeted nutrients?

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