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Your Healthiest You with Robyn Youkilis

Episode: 131

This week on Sharp & Hot, Chef Emily speaks with Robyn Youkilis, author of Go with Your Gut: The Insider’s Guide to Banishing the Bloat with 75 Digestion-Friendly Recipes.

Through her health coaching practice, Your Healthiest You, Robyn has helped thousands of women discover the real reasons why they feel like their bodies just aren’t listening to them, reconnect with that gut instinct, and learn how to make choices from that place of inner wisdom.
In Go With Your Gut, you will get the what, why, and how of creating a truly healthy lifestyle.


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‘At the end of your day you probably need connection, not the cabinet.’




I don’t know why, but there’s something I just LOVE about gummies. But have you ever looked at the

ingredients on the back of a box of fruit snacks or gummies?! Gross! That’s why I whipped up these

‘good gut’ gummies. Gelatin is great for healing your gut as it helps to restore a healthy mucosal

lining in the stomach and reduce the amount of inflammation in the body. It’s also a pure source of

protein, boosts metabolism, and reduces heartburn and acid reflux.


1 cup frozen blueberries or raspberries (or a

mix of the two)

¾ cup fresh lemon or lime juice (or a mix of

the two)

2 to 3 teaspoons honey (generally 2 for adults,

3 for kids)

1/4 cup unflavored Great Lakes Gelatin


1. Add the berries to a small saucepan over

medium heat.

2. Stir the berries and allow them to cook until

the liquid is steaming and the berries are plump,

about 6-10 minutes.

3. Place the lemon or lime juice, honey, and

berries into a high-speed blender or food

processor, and blend until smooth. Remove the

lid and allow the mixture to cool slightly.

4. Add the gelatin to the blender and blend again

until smooth.

5. Pour the mixture into candy molds, or a

9 °— 9-inch baking dish, and refrigerate for

30 minutes to 1 hour.

6. Once the gummies have set, remove them

from the molds or slice them into desired

shapes and store in the refrigerator.


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