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Be Good To Your Gut

If you know me, you know I don’t mind discussing bodily functions, including “number two.” While it’s gross, it’s also one of the greatest insights into our health. So naturally I jumped at the opportunity to take a deep dive into the topic and contribute to the Functional Medicine SF […]

 

A Functional Approach to PCOS: Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

~ I recently contributed this article to Functional Medicine SF, a clinic overseen by Dr. Stephanie Daniel. I’m looking forward to collaborating more with them as I continue to explore the world of functional medicine. ~ Facial hair, acne, weight gain, irregular periods and trouble conceiving are just some of […]

A Nutritionist’s Top 10 Staple Foods

My top 10 food staples are… Mixed Nuts. The high fat content in nuts means they taste delicious and are incredibly satisfying. They also come packed with protein and fiber to keep you fuller, longer. A recent study showed that even though nuts are generally high in calories, not all […]

Why You Should Eat Rice & Beans Every Week

Rice and beans is one of my all time favorite dishes. It’s easy to whip up, incredibly tasty, satisfying, and so cheap! Plus, it’s a meatless, plant-based protein with some great health benefits. An all around winning meal that deserves a place at every dinner table. Beans are a decent […]

8 Workday Lunch Ideas to Fit Any Busy Schedule

When your job is #1, your body doesn’t have to be #2. Here are 8 healthy lunch ideas to help satiate you and steady your blood sugar so you stay focused, fresh and fit.   Hearty Homemade Salad. Grab your leftover roasted veggies (think: broccoli, Brussels sprouts, sweet potatoes, fennel, […]