Food Sensitivities: Culprits and Correctives

In my last newsletter/blog, I discussed food sensitivities and their relationship to weight loss resistance and chronic low energy, and just not feeling up to par. If you missed that piece, go here to check it out before we move on here to the main causes of food sensitivities, and then, most importantly, what can be… Read more

Food Sensitivities and Weight Loss Resistance

I know that you have probably heard as many diet fixes and calories regimens to fill a book, just as I had when I was trying for years, and to very little, if any, avail, to lose weight. Extra pounds on the body is a phenomenon that misses very few people in our country. So,… Read more

Dairy – a Dietary Controversy

For example, I see a number of clients with digestive disorders of one sort or another – IBS, Leaky Gut, Diarrhea, etc. They are in good company with about 75% of the world’s population which is genetically unable to digest milk and other dairy products. This is a problem known as lactose intolerance. The symptoms… Read more

What’s the Deal about Coconut Oil?

Is coconut oil healthy or not? It’s no wonder if you are confused. I have been asked frequently about the recent controversy which began with a viral USA Today headline, which boldly stated that coconut oil isn’t healthy and it’s never been healthy.  That announcement was the follow-on to an article published by the American… Read more

10 Impressive Benefits of Coconut Oil

Some people classify Coconut Oil as a “superfood.” I don’t know exactly in charge of such classifications, but it certainly is one of those foods that I keep well-stocked on my pantry shelf. Its benefits are numerous and impressive. Here are 10 of them. 1. Coconut Oil Contains Fatty Acids with Powerful Medicinal Properties. It… Read more

Watermelon — a Summer Favorite

As far as foods go, I think a good, sweet, juicy watermelon on a hot day is one of the prettiest sights there is, and one of the best, most wonderful things to eat. I haven’t always been quite as enthused as I am now about this great summer treat, but a few years ago,… Read more

May is for Strawberries!

Doubtless God could have made a better berry, but doubtless God ever did! William Butler, 17th Century Years ago, a dear friend of mine awakened me to the fact that of all the things there are to celebrate in May, the annual entrance of strawberries during that month is one of the greatest.  I believed… Read more

Nuts and Seeds Help to Keep You Healthy

Somewhere in the history of food preparation and fine dining, the world of nuts and seeds got relegated, roasted and salted, to the sidelines. Still a staple at cocktail parties, receptions of any sort, and weekend sporting events, they receive a nod as a good source of protein and fat. Some people wince at the… Read more

Chlorella – 3 Way Cancer Fighter

If there is one thing that frightens me in this life, it is cancer.  It has taken one of my younger siblings, disturbed the lives of two others, annoyed my dad in his old age, and, over the years, been a rude intruder in the lives of more than a few of my friends and… Read more