Everywhere you go, people are going dairy-free, gluten-free, allergen-free . . . so how do you know if YOU have a food intolerance? First, recognize that they are very common, but they are also very different from allergies. Anaphylaxis or immediate allergic reactions involve an immune response. ... Read More about How Do I Know If I Have a Food Intolerance?
Despite DNFing my double marathon attempt, I have started 100K training. I learned SO much from the experience of running 48 miles that I am confident that with a few changes to my training approach that I will be successful. The Monday after the double marathon I woke to discover that I had ... Read More about 100K Training Begins
In the weight loss surgery community, digestive enzyme supplements are very common. When your stomach is really small, if you overeat it can feel like torture (which is kind of the point). So I was surprised to discover that in the health and fitness community there is a lot of talk about digestive ... Read More about Do I Need a Digestive Enzyme Supplement?
Ever since starting The Artist's Way (I am still working through it, life got in the way) I became convinced that taking a few minutes each day to simply create would be beneficial. Problem was, I didn't really have a structure. Then I came across the Index Card A Day Challenge hosted by Daisy ... Read More about Cultivating a Daily Art Practice #dyicad2018
You hear it everywhere, the admonition to eat whole foods and stay away from "processed," packaged foods. What's the big deal? In today's post, I'll share what I've learned about food preservatives and how they may affect you. First, I want to mention that now all foods are preserved using ... Read More about What’s So Bad About Processed Foods?