Search Results: Plant Based Eating on the Go

Family Recipes I: The Rob Thornton Smoothie Special

By Lauren | April 7, 2016

Throughout April I have the honor of introducing you to a family each week from my practice who are taking steps forward, no matter what size, to change what is on their plate. This week…

Changing Your Plate Part II: Breakfast

By Lauren | April 5, 2016

Last week I kicked off a new series about taking steps toward a plant based diet one meal at a time. In my first post, Changing Your Plate: Part I, I shared the news that…

Changing Your Plate Part I: Getting Started

By Lauren | March 29, 2016

We just finished a fantastic series featuring new mom Jane Catherine Sherman and how her baby daughter motivated her to shift what she feeds the whole family. Learning that dairy products were the cause of…

A New Mom’s Story Part IV

By Lauren | March 22, 2016

I have so enjoyed this past month of posts by Jane Catherine Sherman. I hope many of you have gained from her real life experiences as a new mom, struggling with food choices and discerning…

Healthful Holidays

By Lauren | November 23, 2015

It’s no coincidence that I see more acute flu, bronchial infections, digestive disturbances, and UTIs the ten weeks between Halloween and the first week of January than the next ten months all put together. This,…

Acute Care 101:  The Three Stages of Acute Care – Continued

By Lauren | November 17, 2015

Last week I shared Kelly’s story and discussed the early signs of an acute illness and the first two stages of treatment. In today’s post we’ll take a look at the third stage of care…

Acute Care 101: Acute Illness Warning Signs

By Lauren | November 3, 2015

Last week I introduced this series on caring for acute cases by explaining the difference between acute and chronic symptoms. Because each one requires a different approach, the protocols and care vary. Today I’m going…

The Inside Scoop on Birth Control: Endometriosis

By Lauren | October 12, 2015

In this recent series, “The inside scoop on birth control” I have shared the reasons suppressing a menstrual cycle can be problematic, addressed the birth contol dilemma head on and told one woman’s story of the price her health paid…

The Inside Scoop on Birth Control: Convenience Has Its Price

By Lauren | September 28, 2015

Last week I went head-on into a trendy topic of “not needing your period.” It all got started with this article that has gained considerable traction in social media forums and was even reposted in…

Lauren’s Kitchen: Green Gumbo

By Lauren | September 18, 2015

Now here is a twist to Gumbo that I bet you have not tried. The ingredient list does include optional andouille sausage links, however, this recipe is can be 100% plant based and is equally…

Living Well Series: Stage Three, Optimizing Organ Function

By Lauren | August 25, 2015

  In my practice and research I have come to identify four stage of healing that the body moves through when using natural remedies to heal the root of the problem. I refer to this…

Lauren’s Kitchen: Oma’s Kirsch Pfannkuchen

By Lauren | June 22, 2015

Disclaimer: This is not a plant-based recipe but it’s earned a spot on my blog for these 3 reasons. It’s a incredibly healthy way to “cheat.” It’s amazingly delicious. It’s my mother-in-law’s recipe. My husband…