We are constantly talking about the importance of creating new healthy habits. In fact, one of Dr. Lipman’s favorite sayings is “It’s the ordinary things we do on a daily basis that have an extraordinary healing effect.” It is true!
It’s the holidays and along with the season comes lots of holiday food. Celebrations might be a little different this year, but whether you are home alone, with immediate family or roommates, or out for a visit or two, you will most likely encounter some of your holiday favorites. Mashed potatoes, cookies, bread, stuffing... AKA, all the carbs
The pandemic has thrown us all for a loop. Schedules are different, work is different, stress is high. And with that it has been hard to stick to the healthy daily habits that support us and keep us healthy. If there is an area (or two or three) that has started to slide, it’s time to recommit and we have some useful tips for you.
Finding good alternatives to your favorite foods can help get you through an elimination diet and even show you that there are other delicious choices out there. One great alternative to flour made from grains is Tiger Nut Flour.
With so many stressors happening in the world and now also trying to navigate the holidays during the pandemic, we all need a little self-care. That might sound out of reach - who has the time and money to make “self-care” happen right now? But there’s a simple and inexpensive way to get self-care tonight - an epsom salt bath!