Tip#3 Stay Connected To Community

Tip#3 Stay Connected To Community

This shelter-in-place is really testing the resolve of many.  But it so important for us to keep true to it.  AND it is also important for us not to be alone.   My next tip for you is to stay connected to your community to help reduce stress....
Tip#2 Calm Your Nervous System

Tip#2 Calm Your Nervous System

I wanted to share another tip on what I’m doing to adapt to the stress and uncertainty we are facing with the coronavirus.  This tip is focused on calming your nervous system. CALM YOUR NERVOUS SYSYEMStress can really deplete your body of vitamins and...
Gluten and Fatigue

Gluten and Fatigue

A quick note to remind you that today is the final day to get the early bird pricing on my upcoming Peri-Menopause Detox (we start Monday!) and a little story on going gluten free.Over the holidays, I was in Chicago and met up with one of my very best friends.  In the...
My Guilty Pleasure This Holiday Season

My Guilty Pleasure This Holiday Season

Can I confess my guilty pleasure this holiday season?  You know those Candy Cane Jo-Jo’s at Trader Joe’s?  Yeah, I ate them. They are only available once a year and so I splurged.  At least, they were gluten free.   :).   And while in Chicago, I couldn’t say no...
Chocolate:  Good or Bad?

Chocolate: Good or Bad?

It’s hard to find someone that is not gaga over chocolate. Nothing (save for maybe coffee) gets more confessions of guilty pleasure from clients.But is all the guilt warranted? There are plenty of headlines that taut the remarkable health benefits of about chocolate. ...