Reaching Your Goals With Intention

“You should set goals beyond your reach so you always have something to live for” - Ted Turner Most people approach life, day in and day out, without purpose or intention. They go through the monotonous routine of work and life and wake up exhausted and unsatisfied. Then one day they look in the mirror... Continue Reading →

Changing Food from Adversary to Ally – Part 3

If you haven't checked them out already, take some time and review Part 1 and Part 2 of this series. In Part 1, I introduce the concept of functional medicine and the influence the environment and our choices have on out gut health. In part 2, I dive into using the FODMAP diet to promote... Continue Reading →

Changing Food from Adversary to Ally – Part 1

You can't go far without before you find someone with a food intolerance. At least here in CO, I hear comments about food intolerances almost daily. It’s pretty clear that food allergies are one of the hot topics in health, wellness and nutrition. There are countless headlines about the next food that may be wreaking... Continue Reading →

Fat is not the problem

We’re surrounded by headlines with the following sentiments:  “Lose weight, be healthy!” “Obesity linked with increased risk of heart disease” “America has never been fatter” Then a fat person does something amazing and instead of raving about the amazing thing, the haters come out of the woodwork and chastise him or her for her size.... Continue Reading →

Move Your Way – health.gov

Get Up and Get Moving! The majority of Americans don’t get enough exercise. Many studies have found that exercise alone improves health outcomes - regardless of weight loss. Exercise has also been linked with improved stress levels, sleep and mood. Exercise, not weight, should be our focus! The American College of Sports Medicine and CDC... Continue Reading →

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