My 3 Favorite Nutrients to Support Immunity

  While it’s always important to keep our immune system healthy, there’s even more need right now. There are so many things we can do to support immunity, including the food we eat, how and how much we move, managing our stress – today let’s talk about 3 nutrients we

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A Super Easy Way to Nourish Your Digestive System

Your grandmother was right – chicken soup is really good for your immune system! The trendy way to consume it now is as bone broth… either way, it’s full of vitamins, minerals, amino acid and other gut healing nutrients, and it’s super easy to make. One of the main benefits

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What’s this weird root veggie?

Yay, it’s spring! And there are lots of different things in the grocery store, especially in the produce section. I’m so ready for some veggie variety, how about you? So, you may be looking at the picture and wondering – so what ARE those? They’re sunchokes! Also known as Jerusalem

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Another Reason to Keep Your Gut Bacteria Happy

I just read the results of a really interesting study about the role of gut bacteria in Covid 19. It’s only one study, and more research needs to be done, but here’s what I found interesting. Researchers found that people with Covid 19 had significantly altered bacterial populations in their

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5 Reasons Why You Should Eat Real Food

Huh? Don’t I already eat real food? Well, I don’t know… do you? When I talk about real food, I mean food that’s as close as possible to how nature made it. If it’s made in a lab it’s not real food. Real food: Meats, eggs, vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds,

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Should You Try the Ketogenic Diet?

Lots of people are raving fans of the ketogenic diet for weight loss and blood sugar regulation, as well as claims that it can help with a number of different health conditions, including epilepsy and cancer. But does it really live up to these claims? First, let’s look at what

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7 Signs You Might Be Eating Too Much Sugar

While I’m not denying anyone a sweet treat once in a while, it’s important for our health to limit sugar intake. According to Johns Hopkins Medicine, on average, Americans eat 20 teaspoons every day[i]. Compare that to 100 years ago, when we ate 4.6 teaspoons a day.[ii] Given this information

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Hi, I'm Kris!

I help busy professional women overcome fatigue, headaches, brain fog and other bothersome symptoms, so that, coming from a foundation of optimal health, they can excel in their professional and personal lives.. 

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