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Recipe: Potato Crusted Quiche

This is an easy go to recipe for the entire family, including those who are diabetic or insulin resistant. You can switch up the filling ingredients, just be sure you watch the amount of extra liquid in the vegetables. For instance, zucchini has a high water content and can make the quiche soggy if you […]

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Broccolini – A Different Sort of Veggie

During my last Trader Joe’s visit I was amazed at all of the organic produce I bought. It was a natural sort of thing. It turned out that everything I picked up was organic, so in the bucket it went. One item that I found was what Trader Joe’s called “Baby Broccolini.” It looks like […]

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Coffee Was the Answer

Recently I did a 14-day liver cleanse. I figured it was spring and a good time to clean out the system. Part of the protocol included eliminating all sources of caffeine. When I weened myself off my daily cup of “joe” I thought it was a good time to quit coffee for good. I really […]

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Money: Love it or Hate It?

Financial wellness is a component of overall wellness.” ~ Joe Lawrence, PsyD., Clinical Psychologist The story of money is a complicated one; representing power to those who have it and an overwhelming sense of powerlessness to those without it. For some, money creates an identity and defines their value. Money can bring fantasies into reality and […]

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Peanut Butter – Naturally

Today, knowing what I know about nutrition and our food supply, I have a love/hate relationship with peanut butter.  For as long as I can remember, I have loved the creamy, gooey stuff. It was a staple around my house as a child (I think my mom was addicted to it – shhhh).  I, on […]

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Be More Active Throughout Your Day

BlubelWhether you are challenged with chromic condition or not, it’s important for all of us to find more ways to be active throughout our day; not only for our physical health, but perhaps even more importantly, our mental health. When the mind is “stuck,” depressed or anxious, the body, in an automatic response, usually doesn’t move. […]

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Focus on Spirituality to Improve Wellness

“Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakens.” – Carl Jung First, let’s start with understanding what spirituality means. In broad terms it means feeling a sense of connection to something bigger than ourselves. Spirituality is a human experience that is experienced by us all, in different ways. Let’s also make it clear that spirituality […]

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Changing Course Isn’t Always Easy

I grew up in an entrepreneurial family.  My mom and my biological dad owned candy and flower shops.  After my dad passed away and my mom remarried, she and my step dad owned advertising, printing and publishing companies.  Growing up in this environment you would think that I would get the bug to own my […]

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My Most Important Relationship

Sometimes you need to hear an obvious message from someone else. Today I heard my obvious message from the late Lou Tice of The Pacific Institute. He said, your most important relationship you have is with yourself. Think of how many times we forget this – I know I do. It makes perfect sense. If […]

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