7 Biggest Mistakes in Treating SIBO

7 Biggest Mistakes in Treating SIBO

Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) is a common but often misdiagnosed overgrowth of bacteria in, you guessed it, the small intestine. SIBO sufferers most often experience bloating (the most common symptom I hear is “By the end of the day, I look six...
The Powerhouse Veggie That Lowers Blood Pressure & More

The Powerhouse Veggie That Lowers Blood Pressure & More

I am fascinated with medicinal foods: Foods that offer particularly potent healing properties. In many cases, certain foods and herbs work better than pharmaceutical drugs to reverse and prevent disease and without the nasty side effects. Beets are one such food. If...
What Your Poop Says about Your Health

What Your Poop Says about Your Health

Let’s talk about poop, baby. Poo has become a super taboo topic, and I’m not going to sugarcoat it and make it cutesy (other than the word poo because it’s short and to the point). Let’s just have a straightforward discussion about what your...
The Anti-Aging Secret

The Anti-Aging Secret

We live in a world that prizes youth, for better or for worse. Market research shows that anti-aging trends will reach $216 billion by 2021. (source) We’re looking for that anti-aging fountain of youth. But the truth is you won’t find it in the plastic...
Top 5 Triphala Benefits

Top 5 Triphala Benefits

The amazing, healing, balancing restorative properties of herbs and plants never cease to amaze me. I’m always researching botanical and herbal remedies to use on myself and for my clients. I’ve long been interested in Ayurveda; one of my favorite sayings...
How I Beat Hair Loss

How I Beat Hair Loss

It’s the worst feeling in the world: Looking down at the shower drain and seeing clumps of hair. Noticing your once lustrous locks are suddenly lacking volume. Too much hair coming out in your hands and in your hairbrush. Or your hair is suddenly brittle and...
Mindfulness 101: How to Tune into Your Body

Mindfulness 101: How to Tune into Your Body

We hear a lot about mindfulness in the wellness realm. Eat mindfully, be mindful day to day, have a mindful meditation practice. I often encourage my clients to tune in and be mindful of their hunger cues while eating. But in a culture that subliminally encourages us...