Mar 11, 2019StressBy Jessie Stephens, NTPAre we all tired of the phrase “self care”? Do you roll your eyes (ever so slightly) when you hear these two words? I do! And I talk about this concept A LOT. It comes up with my clients.It comes up with my friends.It comes up...
Feb 18, 2019Blood Sugar | RecipeBy Jessie Stephens, NTPOne of the questions I get asked most often when I am working with a client to transition to a whole food nutrient-dense diet is “What should I eat for breakfast?”. I love this question because it opens a great...
Exhaustion. I get it. I’m sure you’ve heard some variation of “If you aren’t tired all the time, you aren’t adulting right.” While this is true, it is so, so wrong. We are not meant to live in a state of chronic exhaustion!
Today’s refrigerator and pantry finds included a butternut squash, half an onion, a pound of organic grass-fed ground beef and a bag of organic mixed greens. These ingredients fit wonderfully into my “easy, low-stress” formula – healthy fats, protein and nutrient dense veggies.
The holiday season from Thanksgiving to New Year’s can be a time of massive struggle for those who deal with food allergies, food sensitivities, digestive disorders and disordered eating. I’m there with you and the struggle is real!
In our pursuit of health, the topic of detoxification can often come up. While it can be true that feeling sluggish may mean that your body would benefit from a detoxification, it is also true that this could do more damage if done at the wrong time. It is very important to address your digestion and elimination pathway before a detox and make sure that things are running smoothly.
Autoimmune diseases like Celiac, Crohn’s, Lupus, Rheumatoid Arthritis and Hashimoto’s Thyroidosis are on the rise. Since 70-80% of your immune system is in the gut, it makes sense to examine the connection between your digestion and autoimmune diseases.
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