Not milk?

Many people are making the choice to give up dairy. To become completely dairy-free, you will need to remove butter, milk, cheese, ice cream, cottage cheese, sour cream, yogurt, and ghee from your diet. Note: this would be a key time to start reading labels, as many baked goods, packaged […]

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What does my diet have to do with Covid?

Everything! We all know how important it is to eat clean, whole foods instead of packaged ones, include as many nutrients as possible at our meals, cook at home more, avoid pesticides and GMO’s and drink water like it is your unpaid job…but now it is more essential than ever. […]

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Daily Detox Routine…

While I do not discourage you from baking cookies as a fun family activity or having a glass of wine at the end of a long day, here are some other daily strategies to help you feel energized and detox your body. As the duration of our social distancing and remaining […]

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Snack attack…

People tell me they find themselves snacking more than usual, and are looking for advice on how to handle mid-day nibbling. Being isolated at home with your family–while trying to work, helping kids with online classes, preparing meals (endlessly!), and keeping your surroundings sanitary is certainly stressful. And of course […]

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Fight for It…

February is hard. People generally come off the holidays feeling eager to make positive change and try new things. The new calendar year (or decade!) adds further motivation–not to mention feeling a bit sluggish from all the celebrating. People are quick to swear off alcohol, carbs, sugar, and caffeine, while […]

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Holiday Survival Kit

The holidays always bring joy and and a buzz of excitement for us, but they can also feel overwhelming, turning those feelings of child-like joy to stress, worry, and even sadness. Every year I remind my clients to focus on what I refer to as “Holiday Expectations and Boundaries”, and […]

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