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.’
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.
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.
Should I take probiotics? I get this question a lot from clients. For many people, a wide spectrum probiotic product helps to heal the gut. Probiotics are good bacteria and most of us need them.
Do you have candida? Here is a list of symptoms and the easiest places to start. I battled the bugs for years and nothing really fully worked until I started balancing my vitamin and mineral deficiencies.
Bone Broth may be one of the best all-natural healing remedies for your digestion. It’s full of nutrients for bones, skin health, and has youth-enhancing collagen. Here’s why to make it part of your energy boosting, gut-health and brain health routine! And find out whether to skim or not to skim the broth.
Methylation affects your digestion, nervous system, hormones, moods, energy and more. Some doctors, Naturopaths and researchers are starting to study our genes and how they affect our methylation.
Food…what a love hate relationship we seem to have with it. And it’s not just with anorexia, bulimia or binge eating. It’s America in general. We love our food and no one better tell us what or how to eat. And yet, we’re being told all the time.
When I first started out in my recovery, there was very little information about what happens to the body in recovery and how to spot the stages of imbalance. I found many people with experience in healthcare for eating disorders didn’t know how to guide me on what my body might go through.
Most bulimics, recovering bulimics and anorexics have irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) either before, during or in recovery from their eating disorder. Let’s talk tips for easing IBS.