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Hashimoto's- Part 1 Your body hears everything your mind says.

I was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s when I was 23.

Looking back on my life (poor diet, gluten intolerance, early childhood stress, lots of sugar, being overweight) I can see that all these stressors were setting the stage for autoimmunity. 521 more words

Body Positive Nutritional Therapy

Nutritionist in London is Offering Best Guidance

 My Nutrition is the show started by Dainora.  She preferred to take it up as a career after successfully completing the related course and has been offering guidance to the clients. 174 more words

Health And Fitness

Food Nanotechnology: A Safe Innovation for Production and Competition?

Nanotechnology is an enable technology that  has the potential to revolutionize agriculture, food systems and medicine. Nanotechnology, technology that  use nanometer  (10-9   m)/sub- microscopic-scale materials, holds great promise to provide benefits not just within food products but also around food products. 379 more words


This year is one for the books.

It’s been a day or two (or twenty) since I have had to chance to write!

I began school to become a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and it seems that every spare minute I have is going to reading, watching class, or doing assignments. 411 more words


Gut health: my test results + protocol

Hi everyone!

Who watched my Instagram video about all the gut testing I did and how I have bacterial imbalances? Well here it is again for you! 1,813 more words

For the Love of California Rolls, Crab Cakes, Crab Rangoon, and Crab Salad...

In my early 20’s I would regularly eat a crab salad made with imitation crab meat. I was not a big fish lover and this convenient and mild tasting “crab” was one of my favorite “healthy” ways to get fish into my diet (or so I thought at the time).  290 more words

Nutritional Therapy

The Mood Cure - Notes Part 1

The Mood Cure by Julia Ross is my brain and nutrition bible. This book has helped me to start understanding how our minds work and how the nutrition we feed ourselves can either feed or starve our brains function. 447 more words

Pacific Northwest Wonders