Posted on 13. Jan, 2016.
Tend to shy away from dip because it can be so heavy? Or just don’t like it because you don’t dig mayo? I get it. I tend to agree. But I also get tired of salads in the winter and sometimes just want to pack up some fresh veggies for a lunch or put out a nice […]
Posted on 09. Dec, 2015.
Eggs. Don’t you just love them? I do. So I was happy to learn of this egg recipe from my friend and celeb trainer Shaun Thompson about four years ago. It has become a standy! It’s tasty enough to serve company but fast enough to make it on a normal weekday you want to […]
Posted on 24. Nov, 2015.
For decades, leading weight loss experts have preached the same formula: Sweat more and eat smarter. And if you’ve ever thought that sounds too easy to be true, you’re right. This month, Canadian researchers called BS. Their study in the journal Obesity Research and Clinical Practice revealed an entirely new reality: It’s more difficult […]
Posted on 10. Nov, 2015.
This recipe could have a lot of bi-lines, such as Not Your Grandma’s Sweet Potato Salad or Just Say No to Marshmallow Yam Casserole. But alas, my family affectionately calls it: Sweet Potato Crack. Intrigued? Here’s how to cook your own stash of crack. Sweet Potatoes: 4 medium-sized sweet potatoes, cut into 1-inch pieces 3 T olive […]
Posted on 21. May, 2015.
A lot of people ask me if it is possible to shrink their uterine fibroids by making changes to their nutrition. Usually they have been experiencing symptoms, have gone to the doctor and were told to either ‘wait it out’ OR to choose invasive procedures (anything from myomectomy, to uterine artery embolization, to endometrial […]
Posted on 11. May, 2015.
At various time in my life I have been both fit and unfit. I was pretty fit until my early 20s, but then I graduated from college and entered the work force where I sat around a lot, ate out and drank tons of coffee. So a quick glance glance at my story here on […]
Posted on 06. Apr, 2015.
This morning my 66 year-old mom who has not had a cold in seven years, finally succumbed. She didn’t feel well and she wanted me to pick her up a can of soup. Well, that was not gonna do. I thought: How many times has she made me homemade chicken soup or broth when I’ve […]
Posted on 18. Mar, 2015.
“Can Shakeology Help with Candida?” Recently a friend asked me whether any ingredients in the product Shakeology (which she and I both drink) help fight Candida, or yeast overgrowth. The simple answer is a resounding, Yes!. But her question got me thinking about my own experience with yeast overgrowth (several decades’ worth) and how […]