“I’ve got to do something…”
Maybe you’ve said those words about yourself or someone you love.
You wake up as tired as you went to bed, your kids are moody and battling one head cold after another.
Life is one giant blur of just-get-through-it–and your body is paying the price with brain fog, inflammation and diseases that rob you of your joy.
You’ve tried to eat “healthy” (you know…the whole kale, grilled chicken and rice meal prep bowl thing) but everyone is saying something different about what to eat.
Diet recommendations all conflict: Eat eggs, don’t eat eggs. Eat meat, don’t eat meat and all you want is a piece of fried chicken and a slice of pie.
Now Imagine This
Imagine giving up every trendy diet out there and eating by just one simple principle.
Imagine waking up feeling refreshed and thinking more clearly during the day.
Imagine your kids without sugar mood swings, enjoying recipes made with nourishing ingredients and having fewer colds, allergies and infections.
…and doing all of this with food.
I’m Rachel and I’ve Been Where You Are.
Since 2013, I’ve been running Feast and Farm. The majority of that time as a Southern food focused space. Maybe you found me because of one of those recipes–fried chicken tenders or mac and cheese perhaps.
But in 2019, I woke up one day and could barely move. I was diagnosed with a progressive paralyzing autoimmune disease (my second autoimmune illness) and told to prepare for a nursing home at just 39 years old.
Instead, I changed my life. It took time and with the help of a nutritional therapist, I transformed my health, got out of a wheelchair and beat every prediction by doctors.
My disease is not only not progressing–it’s reversing. And while there’s still a lot of work to go, I knew I wanted to share this message with you: Food can change your life and health for the better.
What You’ll Find Here
The classic recipes are still here and won’t be going anywhere so if you run into a tiered cream cake with 3 cups of white sugar…yeah. That was me. 🤷🏻♀️
But you’ll also discover:
- Southern-inspired classic recipes you know and love made cleaner, more wholesome and from scratch
- family friendly recipes that use common ingredients everyone will love
- logical alternatives for refined white sugar, white flour/gluten and vegetable oil
- lower carb options to keep your blood sugar stable and you going strong
- guidance on how to choose ingredients and read labels that help your body feel its best
You can do this, and I want to help you get there. If you have any questions or want to celebrate your new success in the kitchen I’d love to hear from you. You can reach me at email@example.com or reach out to me on Instagram. I can’t wait to get to know you!