Magnesium Deficiency Symptoms What You Can Do

Magnesium Deficiency Symptoms

Magnesium deficiency is a genuine problem in our country, with some estimates indicating it affects 50 to 70% of Americans. This essential trace element is responsible for over 300 enzymatic processes in the human body, specifically contributing to muscle movement, blood pressure regulation, bone health, energy transport during the metabolic process and glucose metabolism.  In…

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Strawberry & Chia Jam

Strawberry Chia Jam in Mason Jar

Strawberries are in season so if you have any around this homemade strawberry & chia jam is “berry” good for you! Strawberries offer antioxidative protection against cancer, help regulate blood sugar, improves the function of the immune system & helps to lower and maintain healthy blood pressure.  Chia seeds are extremely nutrient dense, loaded with…

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Your Gut is the Gateway to Health

Your-Gut-Gateway-to-Health

An explosion of scientific research worldwide is providing new insights into the importance of the gut as “the gateway to good health” and giving new meaning to the phrase “you are what you eat.” The neglected organ has been subject to increasing scrutiny as technological advances are revealing the health of your gut is the…

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Pressure Cooker Thai Red Curry Beef

Pressure Cooker Thai Red Curry Beef

 

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Low Carb Diets and Thyroid Disease

Low Carb Diets and Thyroid Disease

I’m sure you’ve encountered a doctor who at some point advised you  to “eat less and exercise more.”  We ladies with Hashimoto’s or hypothyroidism hear it all the time, right?  With that said, and because it can be a challenge to lose weight, it can be difficult to avoid the temptation to be on a…

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Lemon and Thyme Salmon with Blood Orange Salsa

Lemon and Thyme Salmon with Blood Orange Salsa

 

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TSH: What You and Your Doctor Need to Know

TSH What You and Your Doctor Need to Know

The following is a guest post TSH: What You and Your Doctor Need to Know is by my colleagues at FunctionalMedicineUniversity. If you are a practitioner and interested in learning how to apply the principles of functional medicine in your practice, I invite you to visit Functional Medicine Coaching Academy | An IFM Collaboration™ TSH: What…

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Holiday Gift Ideas for the Woman with Thyroid Disease

Holiday Gift Ideas for the Woman with Thyroid Disease

It’s true in that we all have a friend who has thyroid disease, whether it be Hashimoto’s thyroiditis or hypothyroidism (or both); or perhaps even secondary autoimmune disease. With my Holiday Gift Ideas for Women with Thyroid Disease, you can show them you care and understand what they go through on a daily basis. From substantial gifts…

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Paleo Green Bean Casserole

Paleo Green Bean Casserole

Even though the “die-hard” paleo community would argue that green beans aren’t paleo; I believe they’re okay in moderation as a “borderline vegetable.”  I’m from the south and it’s not Thanksgiving or Christmas unless there’s a green bean casserole on the table.  Even though the guests will praise the great taste of this new and…

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Gluten Free Scalloped Sweet Potatoes

Scalloped Sweet Potatoes

Potato-based side dishes for Thanksgiving don’t have to be ridiculously high in carbs! I absolutely love this new recipe for gluten-free Scalloped Sweet Potatoes with 15 carbs per serving and 3 grams of fiber and 3 grams of protein. Plus, since the dish is #glutenfree #dairyfree and #soyfree it’s definitely safe to try. Enjoy!  

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