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What do you do for food when you are in a pain crisis? April suggests a crockpot as a viable solution, that will feed you and your family all day!
Check out this delicious and easy recipe from Jessica Seinfeld, courtesy of our resident warrior mom.
How can you get your little one to eat more veggies? Here is a great recipe that might be beneficial.
A healthy, simple, thiocyanate filled recipe, which is a great and tasty way to start the day.
Ever wondered what else you can do to improve your health, avoid sickle cell episodes, and generally feel better? Here are some basic tips to get you started–from one warrior to another.
Elle Jenae shares a favorite family recipe that is healthy, delicious, and packed with nutrients for her growing family. Join the ZFamily at dinner table and bon appetite!
With sickle cell, you have to learn to live a life of balance. Our Health & Wellness expert April gives some advice how to achieve balance through daily rituals.
TBoz talks about sickle cell on the Doctor’s Show on TV, and gives suggestions on how to improve your sickle life via diet.
Pain meds can lead to constipation. Keep your bowels running smoothly with a few tips from other warriors just like you.
Did you know that food could prevent a crisis? Read this throwback article that introduced me to the benefits of thiocyanate and its anti-sickling properties.
I made this last night, and it was delicious! It’s healthy, rich in thiocyanate, and perfect for cold winter evenings
This recipe has all the earmarks of being perfect for those with sickle cell; great root vegetables, easy to prepare, and rich in thiocyanate
With sickle cell, carrots and potatoes are supposed to be our staples. Here is a recipe that uses them all flawlessly combined with some protein thrown in.
For those of you with salty cravings (like me), this is one of the best snacks that you don’t have to feel guilty about later. Bye potato chips, hello kale!