Juicing To Lower Cortisol Levels That Cause Stress and Anxiety

April 10, 2017

Before we discuss cortisol levels, I am excited to announce my latest passion. It is called juicing and here’s how it all began. This past March I attended a week long cruise devoted to plant-based nutrition. They had an entire bar and lounge where they created all kinds of juices made from fresh fruits and vegetables. It…

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Peanut Butter Recall For Salmonella Concerns – List Here

August 20, 2014

Peanut Butter Recall For Salmonella Concerns – List Here The Food and Drug Administration announced that inSpired Natural Foods is conducting a voluntary recall of several lots of peanut, almond and other nut butters on fears of salmonella contamination.  Some production lots of peanut butter and almond butter are under the Arrowhead Mills and MaraNatha brands,…

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The “Holistic Holiday at Sea” 2015

July 28, 2014

Holistic Holiday at Sea I am very excited to announce that I will be attending and offering consultations on the “Holistic Holiday at Sea” from March 14-21, 2015.  This holistic cruise was chosen by National Geographic Traveler as “one of the 100 best worldwide vacations to enrich your life!” Here is a link to the Holistic…

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Broccoli Soup & How Cruciferous Vegetables Fight Cancer

June 18, 2014

Broccoli Soup & How Cruciferous Vegetables Fight Cancer If you’re looking for an exceptionally nutrient-dense food that’s also tasty, easy to prepare and could possibly inhibit cancer, look no further than cruciferous vegetables. There are many types of cruciferous vegetables. The most common varieties are arugula, bok choy, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, collard greens, kale,…

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List of Common USA Food Additives Banned in Other Countries

May 12, 2014

List of Common USA Food Additives Banned in Other Countries In the United States, he FDA and USDA regulate the food you eat and the medicines you take. They are also responsible for the 1992 food pyramid that guided the American public on what to eat for over 15 years. Unfortunately, the 1992 USDA food…

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Spring Into Spring With A Raw Vegan Cleanse

April 22, 2014

Spring is the optimal time to get into shape and every May I like to detox. I avoid alcohol, sugar and my biggest weakness which is soda. I also shake up my fitness routine and add something fresh and challenging like dance classes or boot camp.  This year I am trying something new. A company…

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Avoiding Dairy Products Is Not as Easy as It Looks!

October 4, 2012

  OK, so you are off and running and trying to change to a plant-based diet.  One of the first things you will do is stop using all dairy products. Unfortunately, avoiding dairy products is not as easy as it looks. Dairy products are generally defined as food produced from the milk of mammals. Dairy…

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Paula Deen Encourages Bad Food Choices

January 13, 2012

Ka-Ching! Paula Deen Encourages the American public to make life threatening food choices and just take a pill for it.  A pill she will make millions of dollars from. Today Paula Deen announced she has type 2 diabetes. I genuinely feel sympathy for her, but she also announced a multi-million dollar deal to be a…

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