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Basic Supplement Recommendations To Help You Thrive

May 11, 2018 | Posted by in Blogs | 0

Stress can result in nutrient deficiencies, especially when combined with inadequate intake of nutrients from foods, digestive issues and poor gut health.   There are 1000’s of different brands and types of nutritional supplements on the market today.  It can be very confusing!  Many people try and save money by purchasing cheaper brands of supplements – In my opinion – you are wasting your money.  You only get what you pay for and that goes for supplements too.   DOSING:  Everyone is different, (biochemically unique) what helps one person may not be as effective for someone else.  I recommend thatRead more …

Spring Clean To Boost Energy

May 2, 2018 | Posted by in Blogs | 0

When we think of Spring many turn to the thought of cleaning their homes. As the sun shines suddenly we notice how cluttered our homes have become. Time to clean out a drawer, or wash a few windows? Well, there is something else that could use some cleaning and that is your body -from the inside out:)   Sounds Like A Project? – Read On For Some Simple Tips   Did you know that any of the following symptoms could be related to toxicity in the body:   Fatigue/Exhaustion Brain fog Headaches Chronic joint or muscle pain Digestion issues includingRead more …

Limiting Poison Perceptions

Apr 25, 2018 | Posted by in Blogs | 0

We know that when it comes to the challenges of raising children with special needs, managing stress can be a huge stumbling block. One of the most difficult aspects of stress is our perception of the world around us. The more negative our view, the more difficult it is for us to turn off the stress hormones that are affecting our health. According to Go Big Coach, Kristen Howe, these thoughts are called poisoned perceptions. We know that stress isn’t going anywhere, so we need to establish a way of moving through it.   “Times of stress are also timesRead more …

How to Read the New Nutrition Facts Tables

Apr 9, 2018 | Posted by in Blogs | 0

The Nutrition Facts table is on the side of most packaged foods. It’s often found close to the ingredient listing. The purpose of it is to help consumers make better nutrition decisions. When people can see the number of calories, carbs, sodium, etc. in food, they should be able to eat better, right? Whether you like the Nutrition Facts table or not, let’s make sure you get the most out of it, since it’s here to stay! Here’s my four-step crash course on reading the Nutrition Facts table. Step 1: Serving Size The absolute most important part of the NutritionRead more …

Three Tips To Help Balance Hormones

Apr 4, 2018 | Posted by in Blogs | 0

Do you often wonder why you feel exhausted, no matter how much you sleep?  Are you often losing your temper, have increasingly more issues around menstruation, weight gain, feeling depressed or anxious?  If so, there’s a good chance you are struggling with a hormone imbalance.   So many women suffer from hormone imbalances these days.  I’ve yet to meet or work with a mom of a special needs child who has balanced hormones. Many suffer in silence.   Hormone imbalance symptoms can include: – PMS – Painful periods with very heavy flow – Missing periods entirely – Infertility – PerimenopauseRead more …

Why Is Food Medicine?

Mar 4, 2018 | Posted by in Blogs | 0

Have you heard the saying, “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food”?  It was Hippocrates that coined that phrase many years ago. He is considered to this day, to be one of the most influential figures in the history of medicine & healing.   He was certainly ahead of his time when around 400 BC he advised people to prevent disease and increase healing by eating nutrient dense foods. Hippocrates and the Ancient Greeks weren’t the only ones to understand the healing properties of food, both Ayurvedic Medicine (from India) and Traditional Chinese Medicine— have taught forRead more …

Bye Bye Sleeping Through The Night

Feb 9, 2018 | Posted by in Blogs | 0

Have you said “bye bye” to sleeping through the night? Are you feeling exhausted or “running on stress hormones” all day? Do not fear, I have some great tips (and an amazing recipe) for you!   The science of sleep is fascinating, complicated and growing   Sleep is this daily thing that we all do and yet we’re just beginning to understand all of the ways it helps us and all of the factors that can affect it. Lack of sleep affects just about everything in your body and mind. People who get less sleep tend to be at higherRead more …

Everything You Think You Know About Healthy Eating is Wrong

Jan 22, 2018 | Posted by in Blogs | 0

Oh my gosh – nutrition and diet info is everywhere! And each expert and association tries to lead you in their direction because they know best and their advice is going to help you. Right? Well, maybe… Everyone has heard (and maybe lived through) the intense focus on how much you eat. This has gotten way too much attention because while this does affect your weight and energy level, it’s certainly not the “holy grail” of health. Let’s focus a bit more on the often overlooked (and proven) benefits of what you eat and drink and how you eat andRead more …

The Many Benefits of Collagen Peptides

Aug 29, 2017 | Posted by in Blogs | 0

I know you’re not hearing this from me for the first time, “All Health Starts In The Gut”, Hippocrates made this statement over 2000 years ago and it still holds true today. As a holistic nutritionist working in the field of mental health and now developing nutrition programs for mothers of special needs children; my goal is to help individuals improve their health in a manner that is convenient and easy to implement. If there is one thing that I really like to recommend it’s collagen peptides (or hydrolyzed collagen). BUT – There are two roadblocks that often get inRead more …

How To Fix Your Leaky Gut

May 28, 2017 | Posted by in Blogs | 0

As you read in my last blog “Do You Have a Leaky Gut?” – aka increased intestinal permeability, you now know that this is without a doubt a pretty common condition and it is linked to MANY health conditions.  Luckily there is a series of strategies you can implement to help correct it.   Keep in mind:  the food is not the problem – the health of the gut is…     How to fix a leaky gut… The 4 R’s. Step #1 – Remove First off you have to identify and remove whatever is irritating the gut lining. You can start with an eliminationRead more …