5 Tips for Eating Out With Multiple Food Sensitivities

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People must follow a restrictive eating plan when they have multiple food sensitivities. Often, I see this strange phenomenon occurs where they not only follow a strict diet plan, but simultaneously turn into a hermit crab! No more eating for pleasure, social events, traveling, exploring new restaurants, etc. They lock themselves in their homes and live in a state of fear and deprivation. Continue reading

Have you ever done drugs?  If you answered no, then you are probably lying!

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The world’s most common psychoactive drug is not what you might think.  After hearing the words “psychoactive” and  “drug” most people immediately think of illegal substances and hippies from the 1960’s.  But what you might not realize is that you probably are addicted to a psychoactive substance that you consume every morning: coffee. And in coffee, you’ll find the drug affectionately known as caffeine (yes, even most decaffeinated varieties contain some caffeine). Continue reading

Coconut Almond Butter Energy Bites

 

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Don’t be fooled by this gluten-free, dairy-free, and sugar-free dessert…while the ingredients are simple and healthy, these energy bites will make your mouth water! This recipe is the perfect little bite for those following a restrictive eating plan, but still craving a delicious treat. I like to pop 1 or 2 of these bites prior to a workout to feel energized without feeling full or heavy.  Continue reading

Here’s how a simple potato can kill you….

Here’s how a simple potato can kill you….

Ok, so I hope I got your attention with the title of this post!  Yes, it’s true that something as common as a potato can kill you. But before you get too worked up, you’ll be glad to know that cases of “death by potato” are extremely rare.   Continue reading

To Rotate or Not To Rotate?

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Helping hundreds of clients over the years undergo a variety of elimination diets has proven time and time again as an effective strategy for overcoming a variety of ailments. From digestive concerns to aches and pains to skin issues, elimination diets offer a low-risk, high-reward intervention for many! However, the debate lies in what to do once the elimination diet is “over.” Rotation diets are often suggested for those who wish to avoid developing new food issues…but are they the best option? Continue reading