I have a 2.5-year-old and a one-year-old and am well acquainted with how challenging this can be. Letâ??s focus on some of the ways we can make their very first out-in-the-world experiences healthy and happy ones.
Hello again, dear reader, and happy spring equinox! As I drove this last weekend I couldnâ??t help but once again be in awe of what a beautiful area we have chosen to call home.
Hello again, dear reader, and hello to this new magical world of 2008. As we begin this year, I am beginning a cleanse of blood, lymph glands, urinary system, liver, and bowels.
I have lived long enough to see another year! In my younger years, because of many bad habits, poor eating, unhealthy lifestyle, plus a very low level of understanding,
If it were not for all of the pollution in our air, food, and water, and if good health habits were promoted to us (especially to our children) by the general media, maybe our disease rates and costs would not be soaring.
Readers of last issueâ??s column about raising children in nontoxic, sustainable ways have asked me to follow up with thoughts about one of the omnipresent realities of parenthood: diapers.
Too often in our office, we hear our clients say that their doctors have told them, â??Sorry, nothing can be done,â? for the pain, numbness, and burning associated with their peripheral neuropathy.
During the worst of the fires all of us were breathing so much smoke that everyone I spoke to was complaining of lungs burning, eyes burning, sinus inflammation, and aggravation of all eye, ear, nose, throat, and lung conditions.
We are always amazed at how large corporations can spin us around with words. For instance, what is â??conventionalâ? about conventional foods?
Afraid you can’t bake good gluten-free yeast breads? Avoiding yeast in your diet? Looking for more whole grain nutrition? Whatever your reason, this recipe is your answer! Delicious, nutritious and sandwich-ready in under 1 hour!