This dish was one of my favorites when I was vegan, but required a little tweaking when I made the change to a grain-free diet. It’s a mildly spicy Pad Thai that gets its bite from black pepper, lime, and cilantro, and can be adapted if you’re on a special diet like the autoimmune protocol or trying to eat low-histamine. While I prefer to use spaghetti squash for the noodles, you can also use spiralized zucchini or sweet potato if you throw them in with the mushrooms. You can also add beef, pork, or chicken if you like, but one of my favorite things about this dish is that it’s affordable, quick to make, and tasty without the meat!
Are you suffering from adrenal fatigue?
Are You Tired and Wired? is one of my favorite books on adrenal fatigue with chronic illness. It’s a comprehensive yet straightforward examination of the factors at work and home that contribute to chronic adrenal dysfunction and the diet, lifestyle adjustments, and emotional reprogramming that can help fix it. A healthcare provider with a focus on women’s health, Marcelle Pick will help you identify what type of adrenal dysfunction you suffer from and provide an easy-to-follow, science-based program to help you restore balance to your life. I found it extremely helpful with my own chronic fatigue!