some reasons I think the way I do

Are you in chronic pain or dealing with constant fatigue? Are you tired of conventional medicine letting you down? Or maybe your doctor just isn’t even hearing your concerns at all? I get it, I’ve been there, and what I’ve learned through my journey has been eye opening! I want to share what I’ve learned along the way with as many women as I can, so if you’re looking to get some answers and start feeling AWESOME in your body, hit me up and we can chat to get you on your way there! My journey through sickness into health READ MORE

Friday Food Post! Coconut -Pt1

Let me tell you a little about young coconut.  It is an amazing eat.  You might have seen these special fruits (or seeds or nuts, whichever you prefer to call it, because they’re all correct) at the grocery store, but been intimidated by the fibrous fortress that protects the treasure inside. First, it really isn’t all that hard to open as long as you have a decent chef’s knife or cleaver. You can find a quick instructional video here.   One of the most satisfying things to do with a young coconut is open it up, drink the juice and then scoop READ MORE

Friday Food Post-Garlicky Kale Salad

In the midsummer of 2011 I had a life changing experience.  Seriously! Life changing. Huge… I was introduced to a big bowl of Garlicky Kale salad.  I know, I know. Anything involving kale isn’t generally what most people would describe as life changing. In fact, the general response I get from mentioning any recipe involving kale is “bleh.”  I want you to hear me out though.  When this salad is busted out at a gathering, you can find a group of my friends flocking around it–similarly to those seagulls in the movie Finding Nemo,  “Mine! Mine!”  (You know what I’m READ MORE

Balsamic, Quinoa, and Chard Salad

Quinoa is a miracle grain.  I love this little seed!  It is high in protein and folate (1), so very beneficial to pregnancy and fetal development.  Did you know that 2013 will be officially be “”The International Year of the Quinoa?” (2) Because of it’s nutritive value and superb biodiversity it is considered a Super Grain! I have WAY too much Rainbow Chard in my garden this year and so have been trying to find ways to use it, I LOVE this salad and make it very regularly. Enjoy!     Ingredients: 1 bunch swiss chard (10-12 good sized stalks) 1 small sweet READ MORE