Take Burdock Root for chronic stress, cravings and to stabilize your blood sugar levels. Your nervous system, gut, heart and brain will thank you and help you ‘digest life.’
Tips to Balance out Water Drinking and Hydration. I Encounter Two Types of Hydration Issues in Clients. Don’t force this – listen to your body.
When I was recovering my gut health, I noticed a big difference in how I felt when I soaked my grains, nuts, seeds and beans before preparing them.
One night, about 10 years ago, I kept waking up just as I was about to fall asleep. This kept happening. I was annoyed, so I started to pay attention
One of my favorite spices is cinnamon. Cinnamon has many health benefits. I’m going to provide 2 easy healing cinnamon recipes in this post that I hope you enjoy.
Many Asian soups contain star anise for delicious flavor and its preventative and medicinal value. It’s been found to aid digestion, help with fungal, viral and bacterial infections and is helpful for arthritis symptoms.
With wide-ranging benefits, schisandra berries are one of the 50 fundamental Chinese herbs and have all 5 flavors: sweet, sour, salty, bitter, and pungent.
Is coffee good for you or bad for you? What’s the story? The debate has persisted all over the internet with health experts and grandmothers alike weighing in.
Soaking nuts and seeds removes the phytic acid, which is an anti-nutrient that steals minerals from the body (no good). Luckily it’s very easy to fix this.
We humans are made up of 90% bacteria cells and 10% human cells. At one time, we thought all bacteria was bad and now, more scientists, researchers and doctors are realizing that a good deal of bacteria in our bodies is quite benevolent now we know understanding your microbiome is critical.
Southern California Chef Nick Brune has traveled the world learning how different cultures practice sustainability and infuse foods with regional flavor.
I’ve been thinking about the role of pleasure and food this week. One of the challenges with diets is that they can box us in regarding our food choices.