It has been over a year since I have last published. Sometimes, one needs a break to focus on nurturing, healing, and of course just being. 2017 was quite an emotional rollercoaster. The type of pitch black rollercoaster that... Continue Reading →
Is grocery shopping overwhelming? With all the label reading and do's and don'ts... it can get to be too much. Here is a quick guide for you to bring along or just have on your phone. Enjoy!
70% of American children are deficient in Vitamin D. Vitamin D deficiencies have been linked to allergies, asthma, and major bone disorders.Are you getting enough? The Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) is 400iu for babies up to a year old and... Continue Reading →
While biochemists, scientists and researchers should continue to develop ways of curing third-world country disease and malnutrition through efforts such as genetically modifying foods, consumers in the United States need to think about whether these foods are necessary and should... Continue Reading →
Two years ago, I didn’t have a proper definition of holistic health and nutrition. If someone had asked me if I was healthy and ate nutritiously, I would have said absolutely and probably would have told them my BMI was in range for my age. It wasn’t until I started getting sick with colds constantly and was bringing my son to an allergist or a bi-monthly trip to the ER for asthma attacks that I realized there was something systemically wrong with our diets. Consequently, after multiple miscarriages and having a stillborn at 28 weeks, I decided enough was enough and needed to do a complete overhaul with our life and our health...