Food Addiction

If you’ve worked with me, you know that I have shared that some people cannot be ‘casual’ with sugar or other triggering foods. In my practice I believe in transitioning into whole foods at a pace that works for the individual, while paying close attention to the emotions that surface as they upgrade their way […]

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This breakfast combination is the perfect marriage of savory and sweet and provides a tasty alternative for those with egg allergies. I enjoy these with Swiss chard sautéed in butter, a piece of buttered teff Thurobread brand bread, and fermented vegetables. I make seven patties (scant 1/3 cup each) and freeze half of the uncooked […]

braised

I have a theme to my cooking lately . . . delicious, satisfying and QUICK to prepare! Here is my latest which is Braised Beef Short Ribs. It makes a large portion and contains plenty of marrow from the bones which is healing on so many levels. Braised Beef Short Ribs (serves 8-10) Ribs are […]

Healing Intense Digestive Symptoms

I would like to share a little about the GAPS Diet because of its amazing healing properties. I am not suggesting that people who work with me need to eat this way. However, I thought someone might benefit from my personal experience. First, I do not care for the word ‘diet’. It often brings to […]

If you think about it, life only happens in the present moment. Deciding to try something new or making a different choice can only happen in the ‘now’ moment. I share this topic because something that derails many people when they want to change their food choices is, “I’ll start tomorrow.” If the changes you’re […]

Diets are not sustainable, otherwise everyone who has ever dieted would be at their ideal weight. Most diets require quick (stressful) change with no time to transition emotionally into high-quality foods. So, let’s be honest, most people have emotions surrounding their eating habits. Often, people are surprised that their attachment to food is emotionally driven. […]

Below is an article I wrote for the May 2014 edition of the Edge Magazine. Your relationship with food can have a tremendous impact on your spiritual growth. People can often overlook the nourishment of their body when on a spiritual path. Although we are more than our body, it is the vessel that we […]

A client of mine shared this movie trailer with me and I decided to purchase the DVD because it was so valuable. I’ve watched it numerous times and continue to get value from it as I apply this knowledge to my life. I see a pattern in my work between the people who know they […]

Here is another variation of chili worth adding to your recipes. This is also delicious vegetarian. Serves 8-10 Ingredients: 1 TBS olive oil 1 medium sweet onion, diced 4 cloves garlic, minced 1 tsp ground cumin 1/4-1 tsp ground cayenne or chipotle pepper, to taste 1 cup frozen corn 2 15-oz. cans pinto beans, rinsed […]

This meatloaf is packed with flavor, vegetables and topped with a delicious glaze. It makes enough for two meatloaves (standard size loaf pans) so I cook one and freeze the other. Serve with a side of vegetables and brown rice if desired. Serves 8-10 Ingredients: 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 small onion 1 large zucchini, […]