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Your Cells Will LOVE This Salad

February 2, 2016 by


This salad can be prepared on Sunday and last through Friday, with a variety of potential time saving uses! Organic Ingredients: 1 Bunch Kale 1 Bunch celery 1 Bunch Radishes 7 Carrots 1 Jicama 1 Bunch Broccoli 1 Head of Red Cabbage 1 Red Bell Pepper Directions:  Shred, dice and mix together.  Easy at that! […]

Watch This: Origins

July 1, 2015 by


For a free viewing of Origins, go to: Run Time: 104 minutes Directors: Pedram Shojai & Mark van Wijk Origins brings a person back to their truest form connecting with nature, sustainability, and nutrition. The directors, Shojai and Wijk challenge that the key to survival for both the human race and the planet can […]

Kelly’s Transformation – 100lbs

February 3, 2013 by


By: Kelly Elmer In 2009 I could not walk up a single flight of stairs without having to pause and catch my breath before continuing.  Over 15 or so years I tried all the diets, some of them several times.  I lost 40 pounds, gained back 60, then after a year or two did it […]

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 […]

I Removed Failure From My Vocabulary, The Day I Removed Diet From My Thinking

February 3, 2013 by


I take it you are searching for the most reliable method for fat loss?  I was too. I tried it all: pills to speed metabolism, extra hours in the gym, calorie counting, point counting, low-fat, no fat, no carb, no meat, only meat, infomercial gadgets and any NY best seller that promised weight loss. I could […]

2 Chicagoland Connection Workshops

December 2, 2012 by


GT Peeps Living Consciously Through The Holidays…

November 27, 2012 by


The holidays seem to be the hottest time of year to catch up with everyone we have EVER encountered in life.  We squeeze 20 events into 8 nights and paste our biggest smile on for each of them.  Many of us will be pulled in several directions that go against our self-care, like baking sugary traditions, being served alcohol […]

I complete me…..

November 5, 2012 by


Do you remember passing the Kleenex box when Renee Zellweger said her famous words to Tom Cruise in Jerry McQuire? “YOU COMPLETE ME”.  Although quite romantic in the movie, did we ever think about the real meaning of those words?  Relying on someone else to complete……US?  What if we couldn’t change or fix someone to be our fairy […]

RN Advice: Skin Deep

August 4, 2012 by


August is National Psoriasis Awareness Month.  Psoriasis is a chronic non-contagious, autoimmune, inflammatory skin disease affecting 7.5 million people in the United States.  The most common form is plaque psoriasis characterized by inflamed red lesions covered by silvery white scales.  These unsightly itchy patches usually appearing on the knees, elbows, lower back and scalp can […]

Ask Dave: The Art of Eating Out

August 4, 2012 by


Dear Dave, I love to eat at restaurants but I am concerned about what my coach calls ‘sneaky’ ingredients.  What is the danger of eating out and how can I do it safely?  Brian, Saint Paul Dear Brian, Eating at a restaurant is like signing an unseen contract between you and people that  prepare your […]