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May 8, 2019

Many men, women and children experience symptoms of over-active bladder, but as we age, it seems to get worse for some! People don't realize how foods, stress, hormones, and pathogens can irritate and damage the bladder causing urgency issues.

1) Foods:  Some food sensitivities manifest as frequent urination. It could be wheat, dairy, tree nuts, peanuts, soy, or even a vegetable like cauliflower. Some people are sensitive to the sulfur/cabbage family of vegetables. Also, coffee and teas are very dehydrating and a natural diuretic. Herbal teas have grasses and herbs in them that can be part of the problem. The best thing to do is an elimination diet. Start with some of the most inflammatory foods such as wheat, dairy, soy and sugar. Then, see if the frequency lessens.  Listen to your body and keep a journal to see how your body reacts to certain foods and beverages you consume. Support from a nutritional counselor is beneficial as well to find out more about your sensitivities....

Certified Nutritional Counselor Lee Rossano, of Lake Orion's Advanced Nutritional Solutions, has found that Adrenal Fatigue is becoming more common, with many physicians ignoring the adrenals.

"As a result," she says, "it is not generally treated until in the final stages of failure, such as with the emergence of Addison's Disease. Patients arrive feeling overwhelmed by their lives and edgy, irritable, depressed or anxious, unaware that the adrenals are the culprit. Possible root causes could include viruses, out-of-balance sex hormones and diets high in processed foods."

I was always so driven and motivated until one day I wasn’t. Getting out of bed felt like my greatest task of the day and I wondered if I would ever have my drive and energy back. Until I healed my adrenals, no amount of coffee or caffeine would provide the energy I was used to. I began to implement relaxing activities into my nighttime routine, started eating a whole foods diet and taking my personalized supplemen...

February 21, 2019

  • 40% of acne patients have low stomach acid.

  • 47% of acne patients suffer from constipation.

  • Bacterial overgrowth in the small intestine is 10 times more prevalent among acne patients than those without acne.

  • 57% of acne patients have bacterial imbalances in the gut.

  • 83%  Improved significantly after eradicating the overgrowth

  • When you eat is often more important than what you eat.

  • Even the healthiest foods can cause acne if they are cooked the wrong way. Cooking method is often more important than the food itself.

  • There are no foods that cure acne, and why following 'top 10 foods for acne' lists isn't going to help you.

  • Cutting out foods that cause acne for someone else is a bad idea (hint: they may have a different acne type).

  • A single application of benzyl peroxide destroys 93% of the Vitamin E from the skin. Without Vitamin E, skin becomes sensitive and prone to breakouts.

Weber, S. U. et al. Topical alpha-tocotrienol supplementatio...

February 21, 2019


Dr. William Davis’ book ‘Wheat Belly’ explains what happen in your body when you eat gluten. Your body reacts with inflammatory markers such as elevated LDL cholesterol, and antibodies on the thyroid.

Other signs of gluten intolerance are:

  • Bloating and Gas

  • Diarrhea, Constipation and Smelly Feces

  • Abdominal Pains

  • Headaches

  • Feeling Tired

  • Skin Problems

  • Depression

  • Iron deficiency

  • Anxiety

  • Autoimmune conditions

  • Joint and muscle pains

  • Brain fog

  • Numbness in legs or arms

  • Interferes with absorption of nutrients

Glandular Functions

The number one gland in the body that is affected by gluten is the Thyroid. In recent years wheat has been bio-engineered to contain much more gluten according to Dr Davis. Some experts link the higher gluten content in the GMO wheat to Hashimoto’s and Graves disease. Gluten has also been linked to thyroid nodules. When the thyroid is stressed the other glands react like the adrenals. TO muc...

February 21, 2019

Eat Yourself Healthy!

Keep your portions small. Drink plenty of water throughout the day. 

Healthy Breakfast Ideas:

Protein shakes, fruit smoothie with protein powder, steak & eggs, salmon & broccoli or any leftovers, cottage cheese and blueberries, eggs & avocado, hard boiled eggs or deviled eggs, gluten-free toast, avocado toast, grilled cheese or ham & cheese or turkey & cheese

Healthy Lunch Ideas:

Gluten free soups, green salads, chicken, turkey, or egg salad, turkey lettuce rolls ups, deviled eggs, leftover dinners, salmon & veggies

Healthy Dinner Ideas:

Soups, stews, grilled beef, chicken, fish, turkey, steak salad, loaded baked potato,

Healthy Snacks:

Apple & peanut butter, celery & carrot sticks, sugar snap peas, cheese cubes & sticks, organic meat sticks or jerky, berries, grapes, oranges, watermelon, in season fruits and veggies, rice crackers, gluten free pretzels, corn chips, popcorn, nuts, or seeds if tolerated, spinach artichoke dip, hummus, black & green olives, s...

February 21, 2019

What you will need:

  • Cookie sheet

  • Oil- avocado or olive oil (which ever oil works for you!)

  • Seasonings

  • Assorted Vegetables

  • Balsamic Vinegar

  1. Preheat the oven to 425 to 450

  2. Place raw vegetables in a bowl and toss with your favorite oil (no soy!) and season with sea salt and or pepper or your favorite seasoning.

  3. Placed oiled vegetables on the cookie sheet, spread them out for more even cooking.

  4. Depending on the type of vegetables your will need to adjust your cooing time. Start with 7 to 10 minutes per side, flip and/or stir then finish cooking.

  5. Root vegetables such as sweet potatoes, beets and carrots may need to be pre-baked at 325 before roasting with the faster cooking vegetables such as zucchini or asparagus.  (We do not ever recommend microwaving your food!)

  6. Drizzle Balsamic Vinegar on the vegetables at the last minute for more flavor if desired.

Vegetable Options:

Asparagus, broccoli, brussel sprouts, cauliflower, eggplant, red...

February 21, 2019

1-2 lbs of stew beef

Pre-sliced mushrooms

Celery chopped

Onions chopped

Chopped garlic

Carrots chopped

Potatoes chopped

Organic Gluten Free Gravy powder packet

1-2 T Butter

Olive oil or Avocado oil

1-2 cup red wine

  1. Brown cut-up bacon and cut-up link breakfast sausage in skillet

  2. Brown stew meat in butter and wine to sear in juices

  3. Add pre-sliced mushrooms, chopped onions, chopped celery, chopped garlic, and splash of oil

  4. Put potatoes and carrots in bottom of slow cooker

  5. Add stew meat and veggies on top

  6. Add the gluten free gravy powder and wine

Cook on high for 1 hour, stir, turn down & simmer. Stir every hour. Add more veggies as needed.

Shopping List:

Beef Stew Meat




Chopped Garlic




Avocado or Olive Oil

Red Wine

Organic Gluten Free Brown Gravy powder packet

Less than 30-minute gluten-free chicken soup recipe


1 pre-cooked chicken cut in bite size pieces

I med onion chopped

4 med stalks celery chopped

1 package of pre sliced mushrooms (optional)

½ jar of Costco marinated artichoke hearts packed in oil and vinegar quartered

2 cups of small organic carrots (or more)

2 boxes of Organic chicken stock

Love Michigan seasoning salt


2 tsp of avocado or olive oil

Saute onion celery and mushrooms until the onions and celery clarify

Add chicken stock

Add artichoke hearts (be sure they are quartered)

Add carrots

Bring to a boil then turn down to simmer

Pull chicken from the bones and make cut into bite size pieces and add to the pot

Season to taste

Add small bits of saffron a little goes a long way

In order to lose weight and to keep it off you have to ‘Flip the Switch’ - moving your body from a state of fat storage to fat loss. We all want to get rid of that stubborn belly fat and now we can! Over the last 16 years I have heard many clients complain of weight loss issues and I have found a breakthrough in weight loss due to two important hormones – Leptin and Ghrelin. The more out of balance these hormones are the more difficult it will be to lose weight.

Bad Hormone

Ghrelin is the hormone responsible for making you hungry. You can blame Ghrelin for the hunger pangs, late night munchies and mid-day snacks. Not to mention Ghrelin is released whenever the body senses a stressful situation – which is why many people can find themselves stress/emotional eating.  The more stress the more cortisol is produced which ultimately leads to adrenal fatigue! When you focus on lowering Ghrelin it will help reduce hunger and cravings and release stored body fat. 

Good Hormone

Leptin acts as a...

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