Lindsey Dietz

About Lindsey Dietz

Native Texans, Lindsey and her family now live in the northern Minnesota wilderness on their dream property, where they are attempting to raise chickens and a few of their own veggies. In her free time, she enjoys food photography, flipping through cookbooks, and tackling home improvement projects. She also serves on the board of her local food co-op. Lindsey has dedicated much of her time over the past several years to unlearning conventional practices and implementing Traditional foods and natural remedies in her home. This has radically changed her and her family's health. Lindsey now loves to share her knowledge and recipes through her blog All The Nourishing Things and her eBooks: Nourishing No-Bake Treats and Sweet Without Sugar.

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  1. AvatarLee says

    I made your raspberry no-bake treats and really enjoyed those. Now however I’m on a ketogenic diet. I’d like to try these ginger snap treats. Have you don’t these with stevia before?

    • Lindsey DietzLindsey Dietz says

      Hey, Lee, I haven’t used stevia in any of these recipes. I think decreasing the sweetener that much would affect the outcome of the recipe, meaning you wouldn’t get as many treats and/or they wouldn’t hold together as well. I’m doing THM right now, so I feel your pain! If you do try them with stevia, will you let me know how they turn out? 🙂

  2. AvatarLisa says

    Hi Lindsey, I love your recipes. From the information I read here on the GNOWFGLINS site, I bought Maca from the Maca Team for my husband to help with adrenal issues and chronic fatigue. He began taking it and said it didn’t help him feel any better. But then the other day, he said, “I’ve been taking double the amount and I’ve been feeling more energetic at work! The bag says take 1-3 tablespoons, so I went from 1 to 2, and I think I’ve really been feeling less blah! Better order some more.” This thrilled my heart of course, but when I looked at the bag, I saw that the dosage was 1-3 TEASPOONS, not tablespoons. Since maca is a food, can you take too much? Have you come across this in your research?

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