The probiotics industry has seen a boom in the past decade – without much research to validate
their efficacy. We have all been told that we should take probiotics, especially after we are
prescribed antibiotics… But is this really helpful to our delicate microbiome? Could it be hurtful?
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What do you think about cauliflower? For some, it’s a staple from grandma’s house –
but for many others, it’s simply overlooked and ignored! I’m hear to tell you, it’s all
about how you prepare it – and if you can find a few ways you love to make it, you
can enjoy all the health benefits it has to offer.
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I am so glad you are here right now – and that you have chosen a path to health and wellness! The path is very different for each and every one of us, but we can all achieve our goals through some simple steps.
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One of the most common questions I get from clients is, “What should I eat post-workout?” I know many of my clients look to grab protein bars or protein smoothies but many of these items can be high in high fructose corn syrup and other preservatives. Most protein powders do more harm than good because of all of the synthetic amino acids and other processed and artificial ingredients they contain.
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Broccoli flatbread. Sound interesting? This is a healthy option to your typical bread you use for lunch. There are only 3 ingredients needed and takes minimal preparation. They are simply made with a vegetable of your choice, which could be beets, carrots or broccoli, and then add eggs and ground almonds.
Your green-juice-a-day habit just got hotter. I just tried this recipe and am amazed by how filling and delicious it is.
This is from my friends at Well and Good. Here are the benefits to the green juice you are supposed to drink warm:
Meet the Ayurvedic One-a-Day, a green juice/soup fusion from Kye’s Montana in Santa Monica that’s—get this—meant to be sipped warm. Yes, warm.
This healthy concoction ($6), which flies off the menu, “combines the benefits of juice detoxes and soup cleanses and all their nourishing benefits,” explains Kye’s founder Jeanne Cheng, who studied holistic medicine with Ayurvedic doctor Vaidya Mishra. The recipe is his genius.
With autumn upon us, our bodies naturally crave warmer foods. Who doesn’t love that sensation of hot, hardy food in their belly? It warms you from the inside out, and helps you feel cozy even when the weather outside gets nasty…
But what about physical benefits? How can we treat ourselves to warm, wholesome food that’s also going to provide our bodies with the essentials of good health?