Do We Really Need to Test Food = Medicine?

Apparently so. According to a recent article in the NY Times (1), “a study will see if nutritious meals for the chronically ill can improve health and cut costs”. Over the next three years, researchers from UCSF and Stanford will be assessing whether providing daily nutritious meals to chronically ill patients on Medi-Cal will affect […]

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Come Away with Me… to Desert Hot Springs!

Are you thriving, or just surviving? Are you ready to get to the bottom of those mysterious stomach issues and address gut health, rip off the sugar band-aid and lose those last stubborn 10 pounds? If so, this retreat is just what you’ve been looking for. Amongst the gorgeous setting of Two Bunch Palms in […]

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Meat Eater ?

“I am a meat eater”. This label arose during a recent conversation with a friend who has toyed with different types of eating regimes after battling cancer. During a raw cleanse as part of her healing, she dove in to researching whether or not there really was a correlation between what she ate and how […]

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PMA: Are You Feeling It?

The philosophy that having an optimistic disposition in every situation in one’s life attracts positive changes and increases achievement is something often referred to as PMA (positive mental attitude); optimism and hope are vital to its development (1). But how much of it is attitude… and how much is belief? This all occurred to me […]

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