Hormonal Symptoms? PMS to menopause, I have helped women balance their hormones naturally for 22 years, and I’d be glad to help you.
“More and more evidence is surfacing, however, that milk consumption may not only be unhelpful, it might also be detrimental.” I see the alarm on clients’ faces when I tell them to stop drinking milk, and they ask “but what about my bones?” Here is yet MORE evidence- lots of it – that drinking milkContinue reading “Got Milk? Might Not Be Doing You Much Good – NYTimes.com”
I just completed training with Sara Gottfried MD on The Hormone Cure, and I am celebrating with my June Hormone Balancing Giveaway!
I am very pleased, and so honored, to be featured as the first practitioner in Well-Scent’s series of interviews on chronic illness.
Q&A on a wide range of topics: which sweeteners are healthy, adding fat to your diet, building muscle as a vegan, environmental allergies, vaccinations, natural approaches to ADHD, all sorts of digestive issues, and more
Let’s see… who should we believe on the health benefits, or lack thereof, of milk? The Harvard School of Public Health, or the Milk Lobby???
When my son was 6 months old, he suddenly came down with violent eczema: bright red patches on his cheeks, elbows and legs that drove him crazy with itchiness. My smiling cheerful “sunshine boy” was suddenly transformed into a miserable, crying, bloody mess. I was still well-behaved enough to bring him to the pediatrician…
Looking for recipes? Scroll down… Xylitol is a 5-carbon sugar that has 40% fewer calories and 75% fewer carbs than refined white sugar. Xylitol is a mere 7 on the glycemic index (which measures the impact of food on our blood sugar levels), compared to sugar’s glycemic index of 100. It has no bad aftertaste,Continue reading “The Surprising Therapeutic Benefits of Xylitol”
Sometimes I feel like a broken record on this one. As with everything else, what matters is not how much you take in or ingest, but what your body can or can not do with it.
If you feel like you have done everything right—with no success. If you have found that watching your diet and limiting calories, even with exercise, does not work. You are not alone. If you have had this experience, it is not your fault! So many people have tried dieting, tried exercise, and still have not successfully gotten to the weight and body composition they know they could have. One of my specialties is helping people identify the problems that have kept them from succeeding in the past, and helping them finally succeed in reaching—and even surpassing—their goals.