Set-up Yourself Up for Success Over the Holidays

Can you believe this is the last of my four installments of healthy through the holidays?! Where did the time go? As many of you all know, my health challenge is still going on and you are still welcome to join at any time! Head over here to my Facebook group to join today so... Continue Reading →

Mindset and Gratitude During the Holidays

Thank you all so much for joining me each week as we work through our Staying Healthy Through The Holidays Series! If you haven’t read the previous weeks yet stop what you’re doing right now and go back to do read them. The first week we talked about nutrition and how to stay on track... Continue Reading →

Stay Active Through the Holidays

You’ve survived your first hurdle of the holiday season - Thanksgiving! How did it go? I hope  you found my last post on nutrition and eating well over the holidays helpful as you navigated some of the challenges of the holidays.  This week we take a different spin. It’s all about physical activity and exercise... Continue Reading →

Delicious Food Without the Guilt

It's that time of year again when we're inundated with all things delicious, rich and irresistible. Our schedules are crammed full of parties, get togethers and holiday outings with friends and family. The weather turns cold and it is hard to get motivated to exercise. Let's face it - it's tough to stay on track... Continue Reading →

4 Pillars of Wellness

Are you ready to be well? 🙋🏼‍♀️ Society perpetuates the myth that to be healthy and feel well we need to follow their rules. You must look, eat, feel, and act a certain way. Are you ready to kick aside all these rules about what healthy looks like and finally feel alive? You can achieve... Continue Reading →

Starting Solids: 4 Months, 6 Months, or Somewhere In Between?

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Science of Mom reader Roxanne left a comment on my post about the recent peanut allergy study. She wondered about starting solid foods with her 4-month-old baby boy:

“Do you have an opinion on starting solids at 4 months versus 6 months? I noticed that many of the studies on allergy include babies in the 4-6 month range, but I think that the current recommendation is to wait until 6 months. I ask because my baby WILL NOT drink out of a bottle while I’m at work. He is miserable all day. I’m only gone 8-3 including travel time, so if he could just get a little something at 11am, I think he might actually nap and not cry all day. We have tried everything. If you know of any studies please let me know. He is 18 weeks old.”

I totally understand Roxanne’s confusion, because there’s lots of…

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