Is a Ketogenic Diet Right for You?

Is a Ketogenic Diet Right for You?

Ketogenic diets are all the rage right now, unless you’re reading this in 2027, in which case, ketogenic diets were all the rage in 2017. My clients and even friends are starting to ask me about “going keto,” because they’ve heard it will help...
How to Live Longer

How to Live Longer

We’ve learned a lot about longevity. For example, in the 1960s, 40 percent (!) of adults smoked, and it wasn’t unusual to die of a heart attack in one’s 50s. (source) Since then we’ve learned that smoking isn’t doing us any favors, and...
Superfood Spotlight: Chlorophyll

Superfood Spotlight: Chlorophyll

Full disclosure: The term superfood actually bugs me, but there’s really no other way to describe the nutritional powerhouse that is chlorophyll. You know what chlorophyll is, right? It’s the pigment that gives plants their green hue. It also absorbs...
4 Steps to Healing IBS without Drugs

4 Steps to Healing IBS without Drugs

Sarah (names changed to protect client confidentiality) had just returned from the trip of a lifetime. She’d spent weeks traveling around North Africa and the Middle East and was finally back on American soil. But something wasn’t quite right. She’d...
Five Thyroid Rockstars

Five Thyroid Rockstars

You probably don’t give much thought to your thyroid, the little butterfly-shaped gland in your neck, unless you start feeling tired, cold, constipated, or notice hair loss or weight gain. But thyroid problems have reached epidemic proportions due to the...
Why You Should Let Yourself Get Hungry

Why You Should Let Yourself Get Hungry

Many of us are scared of being hungry, especially on a weight loss plan, and we’ve been programmed that hunger is a negative feeling that should be quickly fixed. But did you know that letting yourself get hungry between meals can make you healthier and even...
5 Foods to Keep Your Gut Happy

5 Foods to Keep Your Gut Happy

All disease begins in the gut, said Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine. We’re really starting to see how much truth this phrase holds. For example, our gut bacteria outnumber our human cells (but not by as much as 10:1 as has been previously reported)....