Using nutrition to bring you back into balance

Eliminating Sugar -Your Best Achievement in 2021!

Most of us set goals to achieve each new year, some lofty, some simple.  When you think about how goal setting can improve your overall health and wellness, in turn, improving your quality of life, simple is key!  Many of us also want to lose weight or improve nutrition in the new year, and cutting … Read more

The Stressful Life of Being a Modern Day Human – Using Nutritional Strategies to Support Your Health Part 2

Have you ever noticed when you are stressed or upset, you feel it in your gut?  It might be a feeling of nausea or anxiety, or it might be a feeling of having butterflies in your stomach.  A common sign that our central nervous system is reacting to stress, having an immediate effect on our … Read more

To Fast Or Not To Fast? Exploring Benefits of Intermittent Fasting

Eating Healthy Foods While Fasting

Intermittent fasting (IF) seems to be on everyone’s tongue today when talking about food and diet.  The common question being, how do you do it and is it healthy for you?  IF is simply timed eating followed by a period of not eating or drinking anything except water.  The goal is to upregulate your body’s … Read more

Fall – A Time for Seasonal Cleansing

Fall path with leaves

Hooray, autumn as arrived!  It is a time of slowing down from the pace of long days and outside play of summertime.  It is also a time to switch up eating and can be a great time to support your health with a fall cleanse.  Many cultures, particularly those that practice Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) … Read more

Because an orange is not just an orange!

Because an orange is not just an orange

Have you ever wondered why foods like oranges are eaten during certain times of the year?  While crop and seasonal availability are key drivers, it is also part of supporting wellness during the winter months with cold and flu season thriving.  I recently read an article in a nutrition magazine and was bitterly disappointed that … Read more