Easter is just a hop away (sorry, I couldn’t resist) and when you have Lyme disease it’s super important to stay away from foods that might trigger inflammation as well as foods that might cause Candida. Sugar, food dyes, sugar alcohols, and GMO’s are super important to avoid and not just when you have Lyme disease. […]
Goodness, gracious, this is a really bad year for the flu! With the onslaught of reports on the news, I began to get a little worried. Honestly, I was ready to cancel all of our outside commitments and just put everyone in the safe bubble inside our home but that’s not at all practical and […]
Christmastime is my favorite time of year to bake delectable treats. I really want to be able to make recipes for my family that everyone can enjoy. That means I must find recipes that are gluten-free and that don’t require refined sugar. I began my search online and then it dawned on me that I […]
Physical exercise is important to everyone but it is vitally important to those who have Lyme disease. You might know this intellectually but quite honestly you’re probably so miserable with your Lyme symptoms that exercising is the last thing on your mind. Maybe you want to get started but you have no idea how or […]
I have a feeling that you and I might have something in common. We want to pursue a healthy lifestyle, we have great intentions but when push comes to shove, consistent exercise is hard! Making healthy dietary choices can sometimes be overwhelming.
[I’m not a doctor and this post is not meant to diagnose or treat any condition. It is only for informative purposes only.] I have a personal question for you. How is your sleep? Are you getting enough? Did you know that getting quality sleep can have a positive, healing impact on every organ in […]
Is your bathroom ready for the icky-sicky bugs that are going around? Mine usually is but we haven’t had the flu since 2003 and we haven’t had a tummy bug for about 8 years. I believe we’ve done so well because we’ve been very diligent about taking a good quality probiotic.
It’s the perfect time of year to learn how and why you should be making bone broth for your family. My Mom always made homemade chicken soup by slow boiling an entire chicken for hours. It’s still one my favorite recipes and I always feel great making it for my family and as soon as […]
Elderberry syrup is an inexpensive and delicious way to protect your family during cold and flu season. Every year I keep a fresh jar of elderberry syrup available for my family. It’s easy to make, delicious tasting, and it’s so amazing for your immune health.
I’ve been busy this afternoon making immune boosting foods. I plan to share these great recipes so check back on the blog soon. My daughter has come down with a nasty cold. It started as just a simple cold but her throat is still sore and the cold has moved into her chest. I should […]