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Interview with Dr. Natasha


Click here to listen to listen to my interview with Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride on my Blog Talk Radio Show, GAPS Journey.
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Food Allergies and Food Addiction

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Most of my recent posts have been recipes, reviews and promotions. It has been awhile since I wrote a post from a personal perspective. My life at times feels like a blur. I have a new passion which brings me great joy and I have been working full time at my job … click here to continue reading Food Allergies and Food Addiction

Coconut Pineapple-Orange Frozen Yogurt

Coconut Pineapple-Orange Frozen Yogurt

The Splendid Scoop, written by my friend and affiliate partner Jessica Espinoza from Delicious Obsessions has gotten a lot of attention with my fellow GAPSters and has really sparked my creativity for making ice cream!  I am now thinking about all the different kinds of ice creams over the years that have … click here to continue reading Coconut Pineapple-Orange Frozen Yogurt

Flash Sale! Ultimate Healthy Bundle is Back!

The Ultimate Healthy Bundle is back for just 48 hours!

Don’t you wish you had affordable short-cuts to make healthy living easier? Are you tired of trying to make a Whole Foods lifestyle work on a Trader Joe’s budget?

I get it. You want the best for your family. You want to raise … click here to continue reading Flash Sale! Ultimate Healthy Bundle is Back!

Stop a Cold Before It Gets Worse

Easy Delicious Pot of Soup

For me the first sign of catching a cold is a scratchy throat. If I am diligent at putting the following steps into place I am able to stave off getting too sick. Where a cold typically is said to last for a week to 10 days, I am very sick for only … click here to continue reading Stop a Cold Before It Gets Worse

Walking for Exercise – How Using a Pedometer Helps

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About two weeks ago my chiropractor told me she wanted me to get more exercise, specifically at least 10-15 minutes every day. I told her I was pretty sure I was getting at least that and more the four days a week I am in the office. I do a LOT of … click here to continue reading Walking for Exercise – How Using a Pedometer Helps

Troubleshooting Lower Back Pain

In my previous post I shared why I started to see a chiropractor. Last year I started to have lower back pain and my most recent episode in May did not go away within a few days like the other incidents. It scared me and I went to Urgent Care. They sent me home … click here to continue reading Troubleshooting Lower Back Pain

Chiropractic Care – My Current Experience

In my last post I shared my experience with seeing a chiropractor for the first time back in 1989. I believe in the benefits of chiropractic care but have been reluctant to go again since my understanding is that most chiropractors want you to come in three times a week. I have heard of … click here to continue reading Chiropractic Care – My Current Experience

Chiropractic Care – My Early Experience

Have you ever been to a chiropractor? My first visit to one was in 1989, just weeks after my youngest son was born. We went specifically because of the complications of my son’s birth.

To digress for a moment, it saddens me that I never had the chance to have a home birth but … click here to continue reading Chiropractic Care – My Early Experience