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Molly’s Story: Crohn’s Part III

March 17, 2018 | 1 Comment

This week’s blog is an update on last year’s series featuring Molly’s progressive healing from Crohn’s disease. It is particularly exciting for those who appreciate seeing evidence of improvement based on medical tests. While the goal is to eventually create a heightened sense of awareness of your own health, tests can offer a level of…

Molly’s Story: Crohn’s Part II

March 9, 2018 | 0 Comments

Last week we began updates on the series Molly’s Story. You can find Part I here. Today we begin with some words from Molly as she reflects today on her journey. During this time of extreme inner growth I found two quotes that I clung to and said to myself many times a day. The…

Mushroom Chowder

March 7, 2018 | 0 Comments

An  adaption of Heidi Swanson’s Mixed Mushroom Soup, 101 Cookbooks Blog If you are a mushroom lover like me, THIS is your soup. It’s a cold drizzly day outside but my kitchen feels so cozy when the scent of this aromatic soup fills the air. Ingredients 3 tablespoons coconut oil 1 pound assorted fresh mushrooms,…

Lymphatic System 102

Oct 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

The human body needs two systems to operate optimally to support healthy cell reproduction. Those two systems are the cardiovascular and the lymphatic systems. Unfortunately, in today’s practice of allopathic medicine, the emphasis is solely on the cardiovascular. By ignoring the lymphatic system we are missing a huge opportunity to prevent and better manage most chronic conditions. Certainly we are all extremely reliant on the heart, arteries, veins and capillaries to feed and nourish cells for healthy reproduction. But just like with any system,…

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Lymphatic System 101

Oct 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

The amazing human body was designed to be completely self cleaning. The lymphatic system is the star of this process and its job is to remove wastes from the cells. Clean cells produce clean tissue and reproduce clean, healthy cells. As important and fundamental to our health as this system is, it certainly tends to be overlooked and underrated. I believe these two things to be true: Taking note and addressing a compromised lymphatic system in a child will prevent future chronic…

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Midweek Pause—Joy

Oct 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

Sometimes your joy is the source of your smile, but sometimes your smile can be the source of your joy. -Thich Nhat Hanh Consider: It is so easy in the commotion of it all to get to the point where we say, “I just don’t know what makes me happy anymore.” In all our busy-ness we can lose ourselves and knowledge of what makes us truly happy. We lose track of why we do what we do and we forget what…

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Making Time for Illness

Oct 9, 2014 | 0 Comments

Dealing with my own personal version of an upper respiratory inflammation this weekend, I put myself to bed, which gave me plenty of time to reflect on a lot of random things. I’m sharing some for your amusement, but others are more significant, so I hope you will take them to heart. My bed-ridden random thoughts/concerns… You know you are really sick when shopping online totally loses its appeal. When I get better I absolutely need to buy new bed pillows. Can we…

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4 Simple Steps for Meal Planning

Sep 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

It may be of no surprise, but I choose to go about my shopping and menu planning using a method a bit outside of the box. I am sharing it here because, like you, I’ve tried all sorts of variations on the theme of how-to-get-a-healthy-dinner-on-the-table-each-night-without-ending-up-in-a-puddle-of-tears and found most of them lacking. While this approach may seem a bit awkward at first, it is super efficient and allows for lots of creativity. Efficiency is a key word at our house and…

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