Browsing All posts tagged under »detox«

The Rabbit Hole

November 24, 2015 by


Even coaches succumb to the sugar addiction cycle.  While I would like to think I could resist or had measures in place to prevent going into this cycle, I am just like each and every one of you.  I sometimes fall into it and have to work my way out of the rabbit hole.  For […]

Detox Brain

July 20, 2015 by


Have you ever taken a bite of something you know is not good for you and then decided ‘what the heck, I have to detox anyway so I might as well have some more’?  Most of us have. Really think about that. What is wrong with that picture?  Or perhaps think of it another way. […]

RN Advice: Post Holiday Depression

January 5, 2015 by


The holidays are over, all of the hoopla is done and the dreary winter months are upon us. Do you ever wonder why the months following Christmas makes us feel frustrated, lonely, sad or depressed instead of energized and gung-ho? For many of us, we are affected by: A let down from stress adrenaline Lack […]

Journey to My Life’s Purpose: September

September 3, 2014 by


This past month I have been in a HUGE detox. WOW it has been a big one! I feel I am pretty used to feeling detox symptoms in the body and I am usually able to keep my brain in check.  But, this last week with an exposure to a pesticide, my brain has gone […]

RN Advice: Virus, Infection or Detox?

September 2, 2013 by


Josie in California submitted this question: “Why do I get a virus or cold when I am detoxing?  Should I use antibiotics?”  Josie, this is a great question.  Many of us are returning from our relaxing summer vacation detour in our journey to health.  We begin journaling our foods again eliminating foods/drinks that have created […]

Diary of a Hot Mess

August 3, 2013 by


Does this sound familiar?  You went on vacation and upon your return you’re feeling a little less motivated than you were a week ago, or perhaps shocked at the scale, discouraged about eating dessert at a graduation party (EACH graduation party for the past 7 weekends), maybe drank alcohol at cookouts, concerts or out to […]

A HOTT Mess…my former life.

August 3, 2013 by


I would often describe myself to my coach as a HOTT Mess; it deserved two T’s and all caps. When I started GT, it was merely in my head about eating more and working out less. I was sold on that idea. I plugged along making smarter choices, getting in my food macronutrient needs in, […]

Vacation And The Aftermath – Supercharged Or No Charge

June 3, 2013 by


Some folks take a vacation to completely escape all forms of reality, others decide they need a little “break” from self-care for a week, and others will use vacation as a time to completely restore with rest, tropical fruits/vegetables, message, soaking up the sun, swimming in the ocean, unplugging from social media, detaching from daily […]

Detoxing is Not for the Faint of Heart

February 3, 2013 by


In life, there is typically an action and then a reaction or consequence that follows.  When we look at the food and drinks we ingest, that holds true as well.  As Sheri Lynn taught me, long ago that with every bite we take we are either generating or degenerating our health.  Yes, EVERY bite.  Each […]

How We Roll: Coach Nettie Bell

November 5, 2012 by


I’m thankful for going through detox….. there I said it.   Yes… I’m thankful for it!  Having gone through it, yet again, I have learned another valuable lesson.  I’m not perfect, and I thank god I’m not.  Trying to write this with a fuzzy brain, and so many things swirling around in my head, makes […]