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Gluten-Free Diet: Is it working and am I doing it right?

Are you following a gluten-free diet and not feeling as good as you think you should or are you unsure if a gluten-free diet might be helpful for your particular situation?  I want to tell you about a client of mine who has been following…

Mindful Eating: Slowing down can increase satisfaction

Did you know that meditation and medicine both come from the same Sanskript root word meaning "taking care". We all want to take care of ourselves. I talk with most of my clients about a mindfulness or meditation practice. The benefits are huge…

Food: Is It Stressing You Out? Learn How to Use It to Mitigate Stress Instead

This article was originally published in the Marin County Bar Association on March 20, 2020. You can see the original article at https://marinbar.org/news/article/?type=news&id=523 Food: Is It Stressing You Out? Learn How to Use It to Mitigate…

Travel Discoveries

One of my favorite things to do while traveling is to taste the different flavors in different places. I like to seek out restaurants with young chefs, visit farmer's markets, and check out the shops where locals do their grocery shopping. On…

Tips for Traveling While Following a Special Diet

Traveling while following a specialized diet can be challenging, but it doesn’t have to be with some planning before you leave home. Just like you plan where you are going to sleep, and how you are going to get there, you can create a plan…

Self-Care Lessons from Toddlers and Pets

Nothing better than having a Monday off to sleep in, get organized, hang out with friends and family, spend time outside, exercise, and relax. In the midst of our busy lives, we often put the needs of work, family, and social responsibilities…

Low in Iron ???

What do iron deficiency and my "Lucky Iron Fish" have in common? Women are most at risk of low iron, but anyone who has a lot of blood loss or who does not eat enough foods with iron is at risk. So are people with inflammatory bowel disease,…

Barbecue Season

One of the things that I love about summer is how easy it is to grill something on the barbecue for dinner. It is quick and easy to clean up. Here are a couple of quick tips for grilling chicken: Consider grilling a spatchcock chicken.…

Family Meals

As a child, our family dinners were spent focused on two topics – sports and politics. The political discussions were always heated and while the disagreements around sports were just as strong, they were not nearly as charged with emotion.…