Your Gut Health: It’s All Part of the Whole

For any of you who wonder, it’s not that I don’t have thoughts about current events, it’s just that I struggle to find the words. I am terrified of alienating or offending. I want to consider all perspectives. I don’t want to be silenced or paralyzed by my fear. I am aghast by witnessing a . . . → Read More: Your Gut Health: It’s All Part of the Whole

What Should I Eat for Breakfast?

It’s January and we are on the health bandwagon. Something about a new year, a clean slate, and a fresh start inspires us to live better. One of the most common questions I get is, ‘what should I eat for breakfast?’ Many of the women I care for have specific dietary limitations, so not . . . → Read More: What Should I Eat for Breakfast?

Menu Planning, Alas!

This September my daughter started high school. My husband also happens to be teacher. This means my lifestyle is, in large part, dictated by the school calendar. I am as grateful for the resumption of routine in September as I am relieved to see it go in June. Routine helps me better plan meals . . . → Read More: Menu Planning, Alas!

Got Zucchini?

HEAVENLY grain-free cake. Now you know what to do with all that zucchini!!!! Thanks to one of my clients and Pathways Cooks for the recipe.

Coconut oil or butter for greasing pan 1 cup creamy, unsweetened, unsalted almond butter 1/3 cup pure Grade A maple syrup ¼ cup raw cocoa powder 1/4 tsp. fine sea . . . → Read More: Got Zucchini?