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Does this Gluten Make my Butt Look Big: Who Really Needs to go Gluten-Free

When Ann and I met, we found SO many areas where we overlapped and felt passionate about sharing. For that reason, she's graciously offered to write not jut one, but two blog posts for Nutrition Health Life this month! If you didn't catch the post earlier this month, click here to check it out! It's... Continue Reading →

Motherhood, Perfectionism, and Falling to Pieces

Last week one very vulnerable part of who I am was published by SheMD. This was the part of my story that looked great on the outside but was destroying me on the inside. I talk about how I went from: Overworked, over-stressed and perfectionism toCrumbling to pieces toBeginning the repair. It was so amazingly... Continue Reading →

Good Food, Bad Foods, and the Ugly Consequences

This week I wanted to jump on and do a really quick little post about weight bias. I've mentioned this term before but I haven't really talked about. My favorite statement around weight bias is this: Weight Bias is the only socially acceptable form of discrimination in our country. That one can sting a bit.... Continue Reading →

Mindful Eating in the Time of COVID-19

Today I'm joined by Dr. Ni-Cheng Liang to talk about one of my favorite topics - mindful eating. She has a great perspective on how to be mindful even in the midst of stress and a pandemic. Who better to write this article than a pulmonologist, cancer survivor, mindfulness teacher, and most recently, a recovering... Continue Reading →

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