Ginger Garlic Saute

Here is a great recipe for you that you can make as a side or in addition to your salads during the week. The combination of ginger and garlic simply can’t be beat and adds a punch to any meal. Loaded with healthy hormone balancing purple cabbage, carrots and sesame, this makes for a great … Continue reading Ginger Garlic Saute

An MD’s Thoughts on Covid and Masks

This is a message from a post by one of my colleagues.   A MESSAGE FROM A LOCAL ORANGE COUNTY INTERNAL MEDICINE M.D. This Doctor is a mainstream medical doctor, whom I know well. She is a very intelligent, caring and informed doctor. She hasn’t always agreed with me on my stance regarding certain medical … Continue reading An MD’s Thoughts on Covid and Masks

Herbs to Boost Your Immune System

Natural remedies for your immune system range from using essential oils to changing your daily habits. Another great way to give your immunity a nice boost is with certain herbs. Here are some of the top healing herbs that can help you boost your immune system to ward off a cold or flu. Take Echinacea … Continue reading Herbs to Boost Your Immune System

May Recipe of the Month: Chicken Salad Lettuce Wraps

Chicken Salad Lettuce Wraps   What do you do when all you want is a taco but you know it won’t help you get healthy? You eat one of these tasty Chicken Salad Lettuce Wraps! These are a perfectly satisfying comfort food loaded with flavorful and filling chicken.   You don’t need to sacrifice your … Continue reading May Recipe of the Month: Chicken Salad Lettuce Wraps

Recap of John Robbin’s Interview with Dr. Christiane Northrup

John Robbins interviewed Dr. Christiane Northrup during the Food Revolution Summit last week.  Here are some highlights from his conversation with Dr. Northrup.   Raising our frequency   When asked by John Robbins about how important it is to raise our frequency, Dr. Christiane Northrup told this story about one of her daughters. "This is … Continue reading Recap of John Robbin’s Interview with Dr. Christiane Northrup

How are you feeling today?

Are you feeling alone? Stressed? Sad? This is a stressful time for all of us. So, I was thinking of how I can do my part to help others. So, I decided to create a bundle to help you get through the pandemic a little easier. This FREE bundle focuses on self-care and mental health … Continue reading How are you feeling today?

Recipe of the Week: Parsnip Cream Soup

Parsnips are a food that many people shy away from because they don’t know what the heck to do with them. Parsnips are a staple for many fine-dining chefs because they’re naturally creamy and luxurious. As humble of a vegetable as they might appear, parsnips are quite versatile and dynamic. A great way to enjoy … Continue reading Recipe of the Week: Parsnip Cream Soup

Massaged Kale with Fennel

This salad is delightfully nourishing and gives you all the benefits of kale, without the digestive distress. When you massage kale you break down some of the tough fibers in the cell wall that make raw kale hard to digest. When I started eating healthy I couldn’t digest kale very well. It upset my digestion … Continue reading Massaged Kale with Fennel