Chronic Inflammation Tips

Get Inflammation Under Control Chronic inflammation has been shown to be the root cause to many serious medical conditions. This includes, cardiovascular disease, cancer, asthma, diabetes and autoimmune diseases. In addition to all of this, chronic inflammation makes you more vulnerable to viruses such as COVID-19, the flu, and the common cold. Guess what! You can have a dramatic influence in dialing that inflammation back and restoring some balance. Here are some tips… FOOD –… Read More

Not Your Ordinary Frittata

So, if you are cooking eggs, you may get tired of the same old scrambled option. Maybe you like quiche but what about if you have some food sensitivity to gluten? Enter the Frittata. If you’ve never eaten a frittata before, be prepared to enter a world of endless options (can you tell that I like eggs?). With a history with roots that date as far back as from Mesapotamia, the variations are endless. Today… Read More

Symptoms of Nightshade Sensitivity

What are Nightshades? Night Shades are not harmful to everyone, but they contain enough toxins to cause inflammation in some people, particularly those with leaky gut or autoimmune disease. There are as many as 80 different type of autoimmune diseases affecting millions of people, including myself. If you have any inflammation in your body, perhaps seeing if eliminating “Night Shades” will help decrease it. Here’s the list of common nightshades: Tomatoes Tomatillos Potatoes Eggplants Peppers… Read More

30 Days to Whole Health

Give yourself 30 days to detox from everything toxic, from foods to thoughts. If you happen to choose something not on the list just start again. Don’t worry about going off track. Just get back on it. This is not about losing weight it is about life changing habits, about learning about your needs, tools that will help keep you on track, tips to incorporate daily. Informational meeting on Wednesday, April 9th at 7:30PM, each… Read More

Why Carbohydrates Matter

Carbohydrates Matter In September 2002, the National Academies Institute of Medicine recommended that people focus on getting more good carbs with fiber into their diet. The following statements are based on information given in the report: To meet the body’s daily nutritional needs while minimizing risk for chronic disease, adults should get 45% to 65% of their calories from carbohydrates, 20% to 35% from fat, and 10% to 35% from protein. There is only one… Read More

Optimal Health


Things to remember in learning to fuel the body for optimal health and performance. We need to clean up your food and learn to eat foods that are working with YOUR body and not against it. Eating whole, unprocessed foods with a rich complement of fat and other nutrients is not unhealthy. OVEREATING refined carbohydrates is. The goal is optimal health and quality of life. Things to remember when choosing foods: KEEP it simple Nothing… Read More