I get a lot of questions from practitioners about clients who have gallstones, cholecystitis (inflammation of the gallbladder), or who have already had their gallbladder removed. What special considerations are needed to manage these types of issues? Well first, let me just say that I feel there is a lot of unnecessary gallbladder surgery. Yes, you […]
Mistletoe has been traditionally hung from the ceiling at Christmas time, and if you are caught underneath it with someone, you are supposed to kiss. However, Mistletoe is also a very powerful herb for the endocrine system. While the beautiful red berries are poisonous, the leaves make a calming tonic that has a systemic action […]
Ashwagandha, aka Withania Somnifera, is an ayurvedic herb native to India. It’s widely used as a therapy for hypothyroidism, as an adrenal adaptogen and a liver support herb. It’s multipurpose platform makes it a dream to work with and soon becomes a favorite among clients. According to David Winston, Ashwagandha has also been used for […]
That keep them from getting great results with complexes cases and growing a thriving practice Well, you’ve probably heard the buzz about my new webinar that’s Wednesday, November 13th, where I am going to share strategies you can put into place right away to solve the tough cases that tend to deflate your confidence! You know the […]
One of the best ways to get results with your clients is to teach them how to stock their kitchen and make healthy foods. There are a number of ways you can do this. I’ve done them all, and they all work. Start with whatever resonates best with you then add another. […]
We have all heard stories of courageous people who were able to clear themselves of vicious diseases like cancer, by natural means. These people have a unique “something” about them that caused them to look their diagnosis in the eyes and say, NO, this is not how I choose to live. These people are real […]
Join me this Saturday, June 29th at 3:00 Central for a very special VITAL Healing Kitchen that we will be streaming LIVE, right on this site! VITAL stands for: Vibrant Ideas and Tools for Awesome Living, and the VITAL Healing Kitchen shows are but one of those tools included in the VITAL Community. For this […]
Today’s article is about a very important topic and was submitted by Yvette Benoit, a student in my Energy Recharge Practitioner Certification Program. I’ve written about te importance of iodine for thyroid health. This article reviews the importance of iodine for breast health. Why You Need Iodine for Breast Health and Overall Health By Yvette […]
Iodine is an essential mineral. It has a number of essential functions in your body, including thyroid balance. Here in the west, we are suffering from an epidemic of thyroid deficiency. Dr. David Brownstein has written an entire book about iodine. It’s called Iodine: Why You Need It and Why You Can’t Live without It. […]
When it comes to cancer, our emotions trigger a cascade of physiologic and biochemical changes which leads to either healing or disease. Find out how you can heal by changing your underlying emotions.
A raw food collard green and arugula recipe that will rise to any occasion and satisfy!
I visited the hospital a few weeks ago. Not for me or any of my kids…fortunately. My brother in law was diagnosed with lung cancer late last year and has been in the hospital for over two months after complications as a result of surgery. He opted for conventional treatment of his cancer, as most […]
3 Simple strategies for preparing healthy Meals EVEN when you’re SUPER BUSY Last week I shared about how to fit exercise into your life…even if you’re super busy. I wrote an article about burst training and posted a video on You tube. This week I’d like to share how to eat really well, even […]
Lately I’veave been craving Brussels sprouts. The odd part is I’ve never really liked Brussels sprouts. It all started one evening when my husband was out and I decided to surprise him with one of his favorite vegetables – Brussels sprouts. A friend had said her favorite way to make them was roasted. I’d never […]