Lecture at the KW Health & Wellness Expo: MS-Living Symptom Free I’m so excited to be doing a talk for the KW Health & Wellness Expo on October 27. In this talk, I’ll be telling my personal story of being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis 17 years ago and how I have kept my symptoms of
The reason why Module 1 of my MS program starts with addressing gut health is because according to the holistic model of health, the underlying cause of autoimmune reactions is triggered by intestinal hyperpermeability, commonly referred to as leaky gut syndrome. In this scenario within the digestive system, the intestinal lining becomes irritated and inflamed
Whether we’re overcome with joy at a beautiful wedding ceremony, or we just watched a sad Humane Society commercial, our bodies respond in much the same way. Many of us who cry or are on the verge of crying often feel a lump-like sensation in the throat. As there isn’t an actual lump forming in
Delicious food, holiday celebrations and a little added stress can make sticking to your health goals a challenge. You work hard to keep yourself well and feeling good and in balance all year long so there is no reason why the holidays should be any different! Follow these simple tips to enjoy the holidays and
It’s dark when I wake up in the morning and dark before I leave work! I don’t know about you, but I’m already starting to miss the sun! These cold, short days are getting to me early this year. Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that’s related to a change in the seasons.
Muscle cramping, weakness, fatigue, tingling or numb extremities, heart palpitations…are you getting enough potassium? There can be several different underlying causes for some of the symptoms above. In my nutrition practice however, I analyze a lot of food diaries submitted by my clients and over the years I have noticed that many people are not