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Chicken “Noodle” Soup

January 13, 2016 by


Chicken Noodle Soup: One batch of Homemade bone broth OR 3 LARGE containers of Pacific Bone broth – no salt added. 8 bone-in skin-on chicken thighs or 3 bone-in breast 2 whole chickens 10 carrots 2 bunch celery 1 head of garlic 2 onion 1 head of broccoli 4 sprigs of fresh rosemary 3 sprigs of […]

Holiday Food Tips and Appetizer Ideas

December 15, 2015 by


  When we feel better, we do better.  When we do better, we feel better.  If we are drained, full of toxins and crabby over our holiday schedules – we’re more likely to make food and drink choices in alignment with overwhelm. If we are rested, fully nourished, hydrated and balancing our holiday schedules – […]

RN Advice: Thyroid Disease: Another Autoimmune Disease?

July 1, 2014 by


This past month I participated in The Thyroid Summit listening to many great speakers such as Dr. Tom O’Bryan, Magdalena Wszelaki, certified nutritional coach, and Dr. Jill Carnahan, to name a few.  Even as a nurse, I found this Summit absolutely eye opening. The thyroid is considered the master gland and every other cell depends […]

Eat This – Spring Greens

March 3, 2014 by


By:  Samantha Ray It’s been a long winter with incredible dynamic weather all around the country.  Thank goodness March 21st is the first day of Spring!  With spring come the first signs that fresh, tender greens are on their way.  These greens provide a useful amount of vitamin C, to support your immune system, and […]

Quick Veggie and Chicken dish!

February 14, 2014 by


This is so quick, easy and delicious! Last night we had a group call for our 4 month lifestyle makeover, it was 40 minutes long.   Just prior to getting on the call – I put 4 chicken breast and 3 baked potatoes in the oven.  By the time our Q&A group call was over […]


February 3, 2014 by


An ode to the smaller things in Life. Dear Dave,  Can you get ‘that’ at Costco?  Sincerely, Most People Dear Most People, This is a question I get asked almost every week (including 20 minutes ago) and I need to come clean with you all:  I really don’t know because I avoid that place like […]

Traveling on GT

February 3, 2014 by


  I take many short trips for work- some for a day, some for three days- each one has its own unique challenges- but I have found a way to avoid messing up my food due to a trip!  Even traveling with carry on only! I prefer not checking bags- they get lost, require you […]

How I Roll In The Kitchen

January 3, 2014 by


There sure are alot of suggestions, theories and diets circulating around at this time of year.  Everyone seems to be seeking a diet…what if, we just ate real food…for life? I’m often asked what food helps people lose weight. My answer is anything other than processed, sugar laden food.  Fat Storage is merely a sign […]

Arthritis: A Personal View

December 2, 2013 by


  Recently someone asked me what arthritis feels like and what it feels like when I go off my food plan. I was diagnosed with arthritis a week after my 26th birthday.  I was limping everywhere, taking 8 ibuprofen a day and had just moved my family 600 miles.  I thought I had a simple foot problem […]

She Eats More, Exercises Less, and Drops 50 lbs!!

November 3, 2013 by


Sheri convinced me that I was overexercising and undereating if you can believe that. I was very skeptical, but since I tried everything else I gave it a try.  I started eating more, exercising less and the weight just continued to come off so easily I was amazed. To make a long story short, my […]