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One weight loss practice WAY better than crunching numbers

Aug 16, 2015 | Tags: metabolism, simple strategies, | No Comments

Last weekend, I drove back to my hometown, to throw one of my childhood friends a little baby shower at the house I grew up in.

We decided to meet mid-day on Saturday to feast and celebrate.

Colombian-style, of course; We had a big meal smack-dab in the middle of the day. (more…)



5 Habits of Savvy Eaters

Mar 29, 2015 | Tags: holidays, metabolism, simple strategies, | No Comments

Not long ago I returned from a pilgrimage of sorts for a Jungian psychology workshop/conference in the Peruvian Amazon.

It was a big trip for me. Not only did I have the opportunity to spend time with gifted teachers/healers, but I also faced the edges of my own perceived limitations, surpassed them, and was able to connect with a strength and resiliency that I hold so dear in my heart. (more…)



Can’t we all be friends? Where Vegan & Paleo get along…


If you are even moderately plugged into the nutrition world then I am sure you know the Paleo Diet & Vegan Diet have pretty distinct features that often oppose each other. (more…)



How to Determine your Ideal Weight

Feb 15, 2013 | Tags: eating psychology, metabolism, weight, | No Comments

I posed this question on my Real Food Wellness Facebook page not too long ago: “How do you really know how much you’re supposed to weigh?

The responses varied. Check em’ out. (more…)



Burn fat while I sleep? Sign me up!

Jan 31, 2013 | Tags: burn fat, metabolism, sleep, | 2 Comments

Are you trying to manufacture energy by injecting yourself with caffeine, sugar, or carbohydrates to get through the day? If the answer is yes, your sleep routine may be in need of a make-over.

Restful, rhythmic, uninterrupted sleep patterns can help the body detoxify, release weight, improve elimination, and support a general sense of well-being. (more…)



Take your Holistic Health Inventory

Jan 14, 2013 | Tags: burn fat, metabolism, | No Comments

So how have the first two weeks of the New Year gone for you?

I’ve been in bed since Friday with a little virus and am beginning to feel much better.Initially, I was frustrated because I needed to cancel social plans and activities I was looking forward to. That wore off and things slowed down. I took advantage and slept a ton, took a bath every day, and had simple, healing meals with a bunch of vegetables.

It really is amazing how the body heals itself given half a chance. (more…)



Fire up Your Metabolism. Here’s how.

Sep 30, 2012 | Tags: eating psychology, metabolism, | No Comments

Last week I spent my weekend at an Eating Psychology Symposium in Boulder, CO with some of my favorite people. The weekend brought depth, laughter, sass (a lot of F-Bombs), and a huge gust of wind into my life and my work in this field. So awesome.

Each presenter, although very different, boldly, sweetly, and unapologetically showed up as himself or herself.
Many expressed personal stories combined with professional experience. Some hung out in scientific research and others comfortably accessed right-brained wisdom and connection to Source. I witnessed the strength of collaboration and the power in standing alone in one’s own vulnerability. And I certainly felt the impact of community, how we have the power to raise one another up, and “regulate each others’ metabolism.” (more…)



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