What’s in YOUR fridge?

What’s in your fridge?? Here’s what’s in mine: Every time I go to the grocery store, I try to make sure my cart is a majority vegetables, fruits, meat and eggs.I minimize dairy, refined sugar, refined grains and alcohol and have been gluten free for about 5 years. I also do food prep and mealContinue reading “What’s in YOUR fridge?”

How Much Water Should I be Drinking?

This is a common question that I get in practice. Many people just aren’t sure how much water they should be drinking in a day. We’re going to keep it super simple here, and stick to the minimum: you should drink half your body weight in pounds in ounces of water in a typical day.Continue reading “How Much Water Should I be Drinking?”

The Best Way to Protect your Time, Energy, and Emotions

This is a message I have to remember to give myself OFTEN. I am a people pleaser by nature.▪️This is a complete positive in that I’m very empathetic to how others are feeling.▪️This is a positive in that I always want to be of service to others But this also has a down side. AsContinue reading “The Best Way to Protect your Time, Energy, and Emotions”

Proper Posture on your Couch

With more people than ever sitting at home with today’s environment of social distancing and some working from their couch, I wanted to offer some tips to prevent back pain, neck pain and headaches to keep you happy, healthy, and pain free during this pandemic. Follow along as we go over the best ways toContinue reading “Proper Posture on your Couch”

Making Meal Prep Simple | The BEST Advice for Beginners

Since more and more people are beginning to work from home and are presently buying in bulk, I’ve had several questions about how to do this meal prep thing easily and if there’s anything that people can do as beginners that will make it less time consuming and easier to clean up. In my beginner’sContinue reading “Making Meal Prep Simple | The BEST Advice for Beginners”

Hourly Activity Challenge

I wanted to share this great idea a friend of mine posted as more and more people move to working from home- especially with gyms currently on lockdown. She sent us a picture of her hourly activity challenge and so I decided to share it with all of you! It’s amazing because you can doContinue reading “Hourly Activity Challenge”

Protein Balls

These are perfect for your friends and family with a sweet tooth because it steers them away from added sugars and more toward a protein base. Disclaimer** this still has sugar from dried fruit, peanut butter, and honey. As another disclaimer- these never last very long, whether it’s my boyfriend or myself that eats theContinue reading “Protein Balls”

Caprese Salad

This is an easy one- but a new one for me. I love everything about this salad because the flavors are bold and delicious and it’s great as a side for almost anything- or it can be eaten on it’s own. You’ll need:3 cups of cherry tomatoes, halved1/4 cup of red onion, slivered1/2 cup ofContinue reading “Caprese Salad”

Crunchy ChickPeas

I love food and cooking and I’ll be honest, there isn’t often that I find one of those healthier swaps that I think actually tastes better than the thing I’m swapping for. But then there’s these crunchy chick peas that are seriously better than potato chips 😍. To make these bad boys:Set the oven toContinue reading “Crunchy ChickPeas”

Chiropractic & Yoga

As a Doctor of Chiropractic, I focus a lot of my efforts on injury prevention, healthy lifestyle practices including nutrition and exercise, and the body’s ability to heal itself. Yoga is a great tool for staying healthy because it’s based on similar principles. Like yoga, the chiropractic approach to wellness focuses on your body’s naturalContinue reading “Chiropractic & Yoga”