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A Familiar Road

It always sounds so wonderful and exciting! In fact, it is the signature saying in any product, book, late night infomercial and sales pitch. “This will change your LIFE” And as hokey as it sounds, we fall for it every time. We continuously search high and low for...

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Soy

Say it with me..."Soy is not a health food, soy is not a health food..." Soy has been touted as a health food for many years and has taken the vegan population by storm. Proclaimed a healthy alternative for protein and a delicious alternative to milk, soy is being...

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Gerd

Okay so this is going to be a pretty brief blog on GERD and heartburn because I am going to let the expert, Chris Kresser do all the work with there source listed below. I will however, start with my own story. About 13 years ago I got burning in my throat and reflux...

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Sleep

Every night I get ready for bed with the same routine....lavender spray, eye mask, lotion and sleep wave sounds or white noise and a book. I try to do all of this within the natural hour of my own sleep schedule (9:15-10:15) to optimize the quality of my sleep, and...

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The Voice

“The Voice by Shel Silverstein There is a voice inside of you That whispers all day long "I feel this is right for me, I know that this is wrong." No teacher, preacher, parent, friend Or wise man can decide What's right for you--just listen to The voice that speaks...

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Why we are sick

I believe one of the reasons people are not well is because they have stopped listening to their instincts and started trusting everyone else with their health. I am a health coach, one who is invested in her clients and who makes recommendations on how to get well....

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Crossfit and why I decided to try it

I haven't made any huge announcements about doing Crossfit because I honestly didn't know how it was going to go.  Having been someone who went through adrenal issues in 2010, exercise recovery has since been something that I pay very close attention to.   Throw some...

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Eating at home is always best

  When I ask clients why they don't cook at home more, I usually hear one or a combination of the following: I don't have enough time I don't know what to cook My kids are picky I don't know how to cook It's too expensive to buy the right food Eating at home and...

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Invest in your health, not disease

I am on a proactive education kick lately.  I think it comes from almost 5 years of coaching and hearing every reason in the book about why people can't afford to:  eat whole food, use organic house products, buy better beauty products etc.   First let me say this:...

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