When I first started taking my acid reflux seriously, I was overwhelmed at the list of foods NOT to eat. At the time I couldn’t fathom a morning without coffee or passing up on cocktails with friends. My favorite ice cream was mint chocolate chip and any I loved any dish drenched in marinara sauce.Continue reading “What to Eat For: Acid Reflux”
If you’re reading this article, you’ve likely experienced that painful burning sensation in the middle of your chest, usually after eating or drinking something. You may have felt it after enjoying those stadium jumbo cheese-soaked chili fries – or on Thanksgiving after feasting with friends and family. Maybe you encounter this pain every time thatContinue reading “What Causes Acid Reflux Symptoms?”
This salsa is perfect if you want to enjoy salsa without the heart burn.
Low FODMAP Red Salsa, just in time for cinco de mayo! This gut friendly dish provides great flavor without the uncomfortable side effects that traditional salsa might cause for those with IBS.
The weekend is nearly upon us! Personally, I love to spend one of my weekend mornings making a more elaborate breakfast than usual. This means spending more time in the kitchen to create multiple dishes for breakfast rather than a weekday singular dish like yogurt and granola or avocado toast. One breakfast favorite that makesContinue reading “Coconut Flour Pancakes”
As winter draws to a close, Saturday was the last day of ski season. It has been a trying season with a rocky start, but after weeks of practice and glute strengthening exercises, I reached my top speed of 29.7mph! I was hesitant to leave my home due to the coronavirus and the importance ofContinue reading “Keep Calm and Social Distance On”
You want to change your life by improving your health. Maybe your doctor has even suggested it is time to change your diet and activity. You need professional advice about what to do and how to do it. You know you must make an appointment, but taking the time to journey across town to aContinue reading “Online Nutrition Counseling”
“Anything can happen. The great banana peel of existence is always on the floor somewhere.” – Robert Fulghum I recently traveled to Brazil to ring in the new year. The first night that I was there, I suffered from food poisoning (I should have been wary of sushi in a new exotic country, but IContinue reading “Bananas”
Beets – something you have probably heard of, possibly tried, but never considered preparing at home. At least, that was my experience until last week when I received some unbeatable beets in the mail! Thanks to Pacific Coast Harvest, I receive a weekly delivery of fruits and vegetables that are grown here in Washington. ItContinue reading “Recipe – Roasted Balsamic Beets”
“Eat seasonally and locally.” – Most nutrition experts We can tell you all day general tips about eating healthy. We can even tell you what foods specifically to fill your plate with. But where does this food come from? We should all know by now that fruits and vegetables (a.k.a. plants) are good for us.Continue reading “How To Eat Seasonally & Locally”