Autoimmunity and the removal of nightshades from your diet. What exactly are nightshades and why should you consider removing them? For many of us with autoimmune disease, nightshades can be a tricky proposition.
Creating rituals is all about making choices that serve you. Which sounds easy, but really isn’t. If it were, everyone would be doing it. Here’s how I do it…
Something a little different for you! ‘How to speak down under’ is my receptacle for my Aussie and Kiwi words and phrases – a central point for storing them so that you need only check in here if I ever say something you don’t quite understand.
Did you know that lack of sleep – both quality and quantity – affects your judgement, your coordination, and your reaction times? It can even affect your waistline. No surprises that I think you should be taking your sleep seriously. Here are my tips!
Why you should share your health goals – all the reasons for sharing your health goals with others who get it and how it helps you on this health caper you’re on. And believe me, it really does.
AIP Reset turns 4 in September. This anniversary program marks the 15th time it has run! I’m sharing just why I love AIP Reset so much. When I first started running the program, I had no idea the support and connection and camaraderie that would eventuate. I love AIP Reset!
Learn why eating sustainably caught fish is good for the planet, good for your gut, good for your digestion and good for getting more nutrient density into your diet. I’m on a quest!
“All the cooking!” is the common refrain from newbies to the AIP. But, finding your AIP food groove doesn’t have to be complicated. Apply these three simple little rules to make it work for you.
The AIP. One thing at a time. If you had to pick the ONE most important thing your AIP experience has taught you so far, what would it be? I asked around and it turns out the AIP means different things to everyone!
Without exception, stress management is one of the most challenging areas of adopting a healthier lifestyle.
Single-tasking is a super accessible tool for stress management. You can do it anywhere!