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That’s a direct quote, actually, from one of my wellness coaching clients, Sandy, several week ago. The early months of this year had been particularly stressful for Sandy. Passionate in her opinions, she found herself increasingly frustrated by tidbits surfacing in the news. Even when she wasn’t reading articles or watching TV reports, Sandy found… Read more »

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I look forward to summer for so many reasons—and the opportunity to hit the road to explore new places and experiences is way up on my list! I hope you, too, have planned to enjoy some time away during this season of adventure. One question I hear from clients and patients with a vacation in… Read more »

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If you’re like most of us, when you think of protein sources, your mind turns to meat, poultry, fish, and eggs. Those are all good choices, but let’s shake it up! Now that summer is here, why not add more plant-based protein to your salads and meals for a welcome change? While tofu is a… Read more »

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Lisa was increasingly tired and worn out from trying to keep up with her busy children and a hectic work schedule. She couldn’t resist eating sugary foods and collapsed into being a “couch potato” when she got home after sitting at her desk for hours at a time. Stress ruled her life, and she had… Read more »

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All morning, you’ve felt it coming on. You’ve tried to work around it, but gradually that hint of low-level discomfort has increased until you’ve got a splitting headache. Or do you? Maybe rather than “splitting,” you would describe your headache as “slight but persistent” or “like a band, squeezing.” Let’s look a little closer: Where… Read more »

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It’s a good thing to turn compassion inward. Here’s a true comfort food, one that will let you show yourself some kindness and won’t leave you with any guilty regrets:

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Tired of salad for lunch? Here’s a satisfying veggie dish that’s quick and easy to make the night before. Add some nuts for a protein boost, and it’s a perfect midday brown-bag meal: Cauliflower Saffron Rice.