In Holistic Nutrition we take a look at the nutrients and energy in food, the digestibility from proper preparation and also other lifestyle factors like activity level and stress levels.
Among all of this information though, it is important to remember the most important nutrient of all- Vitamin L (love!)!
This Mother’s Day skip the restaurants and treat Mom to a meal you made with love! For the thousands of everyday meals made with love from Mom, cook this one with gratitude for your Mom, Grandma, Momma friend and Moms everywhere.
To make things go smoothly, I have prepared this Mother’s Day Brunch Menu (click link for printable menu)
The menu is designed to have lots done ahead of time, so you can relax with your Mom. All she really wants is to spend time with you anyhow:)
This healthy three-course-plus bevvy pairing also happens to be delicious, free of dairy, wheat, gluten, eggs and refined sugar. So it should suit a crowd and is pretty allergy-friendly. One Mom at my Mother’s day class last year told me (1 year later!) that her 15 year old daughter who came to this class with her still regularly makes the vanilla bean fruit salad!
To get started, just click each link (menu item) below and print.
“I think preparing food and feeding people brings nourishment not only to our bodies but to our spirits. Feeding people is a way of loving them, in the same way that feeding ourselves is a way of honoring our own createdness and fragility.”
― Shauna Niequist, Bittersweet