Over 25? Time to take collagen!

If I could go back in time to the younger me, I’d shout to myself: TAKE COLLAGEN EVERY DAY! Collagen is an important part of nearly every system in the body, not just the skin, hair and nails like some may think. Collagen is in your

Naturally Gluten-Free

Living & Staying Gluten-Free

Having worked with patients for about two decades, I find interesting the widely varying responses of individuals who discover that they must maintain a gluten-free diet. While one may proclaim it “nearly impossible” and constantly slip up with the result of returning symptoms and slowly worsening health, another claims that gluten is “rat poison” and […]

Sugary Candy

Sugar Binge: How to Rebalance Your Child’s Blood Sugar

You’re relaxing on Easter morning, spending wonderful quality time with your family. You idly munch on jelly beans from the bowl on the kitchen table as you go throughout your day, realizing only when it’s too late that your child has inhaled a massive amount of that candy and is now bouncing off the walls. Uh-oh! You are well […]

Food Allergies

Food Allergies, Intolerances & Sensitivities: What’s the Difference?

Are you confused by the words allergy, intolerance, and sensitivity? Almost no one uses them with any consistency. Even doctors use these words with far more authority than they can logically explain, if you can ever pin them down to give you an explanation. Inconsistency and a lack of standards are the only constants when […]

Weight Loss

Weight: When You Have the Will, But Not the Way

Have you ever tried to lose weight but couldn’t? Does it seem like no matter what you eat or how little you eat, you still can’t lose weight? Or do you have trouble gaining weight? Does it seem like you can eat and eat, but you still don’t gain weight? I know what many of […]

Gluten Sensitivity

Your Guide to Understanding Gluten Sensitivity

Gluten sensitivity is now the biggest issue in the world of gluten intolerance. It might even currently be the biggest issue in the food industry! It certainly is far more common than celiac disease, yet it remains poorly understood. If you react to gluten, then it is likely that you have a gluten sensitivity. But […]