Hey, it's Mike and Deanna here--
Macronutrients aside, food quality and dietary diversity are among two of the most important factors to consider on any diet.
Although most people seeking to lose weight and improve their health know this, they often resort to packaged and nutrient-devoid food because they're short on time and these items have been engineered to tastes good.
We were faced with a conundrum four years ago when our toddler started eating real food--to know one's surprise she didn't like broccoli sautéed in ghee butter and sea salt.
As big gut health, microbiome and keto diet advocates, we didn't want to settle for the gluten-free Mac and Cheese.
And to be fair...we were getting bored of spinach salads tossed with organic olive oil.
Determined to get our baby girl eating more vegetables and to add pizzazz into our own vegetable-rich diet, we spent countless hours tinkering in the kitchen.
The process was a success--our child was now eating TONS of raw, gluten-free vegetables in the form of crackers, breads and wraps--that's included in this eBook and eCourse Bundle.