Ice Cream Hacks

Ice Cream Hacks

If you are like me, you were an adult by the time you realized your diet was at the root of most health concerns. And it can be hard to break the ties you have to those misguided habits of your childhood and youth. Sometimes the best thing you can do to successfully...Read More
Adaptogens That Support Energy

Adaptogens That Support Energy

I’ve learned one of the quickest ways to raise alarm in clients is to suggest they give up their morning coffee. I get it.  I used to be there too. Only for me it was strong black tea and Diet Coke for my caffeine fix.  It’s tough to give up caffeine when it’s the...Read More
Berries and Whipped Cream 

Berries and Whipped Cream 

When people are reluctant to give up the typical, unhealthy, standard American diet (SAD), even though they know it’s bad for them, I often find it’s because they are focused on deprivation.  They believe they will never again be able to enjoy rich, decadent...Read More
Melatonin and the Cell’s Energy Powerhouse

Melatonin and the Cell’s Energy Powerhouse

Melatonin is an ancient molecule found in plants, bacteria, and animals. It is primarily known as the hormone released by the pineal gland that has long been associated with controlling the sleep-wake cycle. However, there is a second source of melatonin found in...Read More
Cauliflower Tabbouleh 

Cauliflower Tabbouleh 

I love supporting my NEPT graduates and coaches.  Patty Repko is both.   In addition to being a Natural Food Chef,  Patty is a Certified Holistic Health Coach, Nutritional Endocrinology practitioner, Lifestyle Educator and Recipe Developer. ...Read More
Ginger Lemonade

Ginger Lemonade

One of my favorite summer-time refreshers, Ginger Lemonade is the perfect beverage to accompany a break from the summer heat. Chocolate mint is rich in vitamin A and C and has trace amounts of manganese, an essential nutrient necessary for normal brain and nerve...Read More