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Food Allergies can creep up in some unknown and some unsightly ways.  From unaddressed inflammation (slight tenderness or pain in the muscles and joints) to crusty, scabbed inflammed psoriatic skin.  Food is at the heart of the issue.

As a Nutritionist and Diet Specialist, all too often I hear my clients complain about food - in all types of ways!  

"My eyes love food, but my body does not."

"I just want to drink my daily cream in my coffee, but my nose always runs within minutes of taking my first sip."

"My doctor said I have chron's disease - but I have no idea what that means.  Help"


Healing, healthy food is hard to find. 

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February 4, 2015

Learn how to Detoxify Your Body and Move Your Lymphatic System

This video will benefit those who experience:
Puffy Skin

Leg and Hand Swelling
Cardiovascular Insufficiency
Lymph Node Removal Surgery
Cancer Surgery
Feel Toxic


Notice a reduction of 1.5-3lbs of fluid weight as your implement these key body detoxification tips that promote lymphatic system movement.

My Body Detox and Lymphatic System Movement Recommendations:
1.Fresh Ginger Daily- in tea and water
2. Dry Skin Brushing
3. Dandelion tea and Milk Thistle for Liver Detoxification
4. Jumping to Open the Lymphatic System with a Rebounder, Jumping Jacks and Jumping Rope

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February 3, 2015

What are those bright red tiny spots on your arms, legs and torso?  How did they get there? And how can they go away?

These little red dots are called cherry angiomas.  And they are caused by a bromine/bromide toxicity.

Bromine is a naturally occurring element and it is used as an additive in all flour and processed foods.  Bromine helps minimize the sifting process required when baking with flour.  

Avoiding heavily processed foods and increasing iodine are two ways to help minimize the size and number of these blood red dots. 


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How to Naturally Cure a UTI
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February 2, 2015


How to Naturally Lower High Blood Pressure Levels


 How to Manage High Blood Pressure Naturally

Hormones Can play a role in High BP - especially testosterone.

Exercise enthusiasts often will high borderline high blood pressure levels because of their increased muscle tone and testosterone levels.

1. Dehydration isn't good for blood pressure.

2. Avoid Salts & Highly Processed foods, frozen meals and meals from restaurants and fast foods

3.Read labels for sodium levels

4. Add Hawthorne Berry to your daily regimen.

Bonus- evaluate blood sugar levels.  This plays a role on High Blood Pressure.

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Feb 1, 2015



Chronic inflammation is a major source of pain, suffering and disease.

There are 5 factors that cause inflammation.  Many are in our control and capacity to change and limit:

1. Diet
2. Environmental
3. Allergies & Chronic Infections
4. Exercise
5. Stress

Of the 5, stress is the most caustic to the system.  Chronic stress causes chronic cortisol which in a chronic state slows down the lymphatic system and causes swelling and inflammation around joins, organs and glands.

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January 29, 2015

Manual Lymphatic Drainage Therapy Techniques for folks dealing with head colds, sinus congestion and stuffy, headache sinus pressure. 

 Allergy season is upon us and it's time to be proactive in addressing sinus congestion, pressure in the head and swollen lymph nodes.

As a Lymphatic Drainage Therapist, clearing the lymphatics of the head and neck is so important to keeping the immune system functioning optimally.

In this video I show you how to do your own manual lymphatic drainage techniques to keep the ear, nose and throat lymphatic passages open and moving well.

Stagnant Lymphatic Fluid at the base of the neck is common with individuals who suffer from autoimmune disorders, lupus, RA, fibromyalgia often have a major bump here that is sore or painful and filled with lymphatic fluid.

Other tips:
1. Grab fresh ginger tea
2. Aromatherapy - peppermint and eucalyptus
3. Neti pot

(More info about the lymphatics and sinus congestion)

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January 28, 2015

As a Naturopath and Nutritionist I work with clients who are chronically and systemically inflamed. I recommend several key anti-inflammatory foods to clients to help them reduce the levels of inflammation in their bodies.

These foods will help:
Autoimmune Disorders
Chronic Fatigue
Aching Joints and Limbs
Degenerative Diseases
Premature Aging

 The top foods I recommend:

1. Fermented Foods
2. Steamed Broccoli
3. Soaked Walnuts
4. Hemp Oil
5. Fresh Pineapple
6. Tart Cherries (juice)
7. Ginger
8. Onions
9. Garlic - teas, fresh

Ginger soaking is great for the feet/hands for RA, arthritis.

If you are dealing with inflammation please watch this video:

How to Reduce Inflammation and Promote Healing

Check out more of my videos:

How to Minimize Breast Cancer Risk

DIY Dry Skin Tutorial
The Deodorant Debate
Liver Detox Juicing Recipe
How to Address the Root Cause of IBS, Chron's Disease, Colitis and Gut Imbalance

How to Detoxify Your Body and Move Your Lymphatic System

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