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We are lucky to live in an area that is full of farmer’s markets! I always enjoy waking up on a Saturday morning and heading to the market to stock up my weekly produce. Eating locally not only supports small businesses, but it also allows our bodies to connect to the earth and soil weContinue reading “Farmer’s Market Season”
Two friends are chatting about their diets. The first one says, “I want to be healthy and feel great.” The second one says, “I intend to be healthy and feel great.” Which one do you think is going to get healthy and feel great? Yep—the one who intends it. Wanting is simply wishing you canContinue reading “YOU WANT IT? Make it Happen!”
This gut healthy recipe is packed with probiotics! Probiotics are a collection of strains of live bacterial organisms that when taken in proper doses, can have a positive effect on health and digestion. This recipe is gluten free, dairy free, soy free, nut free, vegan, and will have your gut back in check in a few days! Did you know it takes 72 hours for the gut to reset itself?
As an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, prescribing or recommending a specific dosage for supplements falls outside my scope of practice. However I want to share the basic knowledge around supplements so that you can consult your doctor for options to support your gut health.
When your gut is out of whack, it can stem into all areas of your life. 74% of Americans suffer from GI discomfort. Did you ever hear the phrase, go with your gut? Gut feelings are real. Your gut is trying to tell you something if you aren’t treating it properly. What’s amazing about the gut is – it can heal itself through good nutrition and lifestyle!
A happy gut = a happy life! Create meals that are rich in immune supporting pre and probiotics to fuel your body and house a diverse microbiome. Read this article to get a good grasp on gut healthy foods to incorporate into your grocery list!
Steel cut oats are packed with insoluble fiber! The fiber that the gut needs to pull nutrients from to bump up your foliage in your tract. In a nutshell, it makes the microbes and bacteria in your gut very happy to eat fiber and oats. Added bonus, it’s delicious!
Too many products nowadays have harsh chemicals and alcohols in them. No wonder our delicate skin on our face has a hard time adjusting to new products. I decided to create my own using essential oils and I absolutely love it!
This valentine’s day I created a gluten free cacao donut with a white chocolate matcha glaze. It was the exact treat I was needing and cut half the sugar in half of other sweets typically eaten for valentine’s.
Roller balls are a great way for essential oils to be absorbed into the skin! Some blends you can place directly onto the skin but the benefit of a roller ball is that it is mixed with a carrier oil. The carrier oil mixes with the essential oil so that it isn’t as concentrated being applied topically to the skin.
Interested in learning more about essential oils and how to use them?! Keep reading about how Revive essential oils have changed my life!
Are you interested in becoming an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach? Keep reading to know how or if you’d like to learn more about what health coaches can do! My Story Once I was old enough to realize I had gut issues (around age 14) I knew it was from what I ate. Pizza, cheese, cookies,Continue reading “How to become an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach”
During the colder months (here in PA that would be November – March) I take fire cider daily. About a tablespoon. If I am feeling sick I will take two shots.
Chia seeds are packed with calcium, essential fats, fiber, potassium, phosphorus, vitamins A, C, E, and most importantly protein! A little goes a long way, you can store these guys in the freezer or fridge for a longer shelf life. Find my favorite brand here. Servings: 1 Prep Time: 5 Minutes Cook Time: 3 MinutesContinue reading “Mango Ginger Chia Smoothie”
This recipe is perfect for any summer picnic this year. Quick, simple & delicious. Prep Time: 5 minutes Cooking Time: 15 minutes Yields: 4-6 Servings Ingredients 1/2 zucchini, small diced 1/2 red bell pepper, small diced 3 spring onions, chopped 1 cup of corn (if using frozen, thaw in fridge a few hours before makingContinue reading “Vegan Summer Pasta Salad”
I absolutely adore natural medicine and feel as though the body can heal itself through itself if given the chance. I enjoy sharing tips and tricks for the home, office, wherever you may be! Thus, my new blog was born. I also am a huge Pinterest fan, which most of the posts link to blogs that I adore. Why not start my own?
Zoodles! AKA zucchini noodles are an amazing way to cut down carbs and add some green vegetables into your diet.
Over 27 grams of protein this dish packs a post workout punch!
This hearty vegan & gluten free acorn squash will be perfect for a cozy winter day!
THE BEST low carb, vegan, nut free, “pasta” dish you could make! Whole 30 approved.
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