While I love just eating the fruit, this juice (which really tastes just like an Orange Julius, without all the sugar) is a super delicious and easy way to change things up. Additionally, the turmeric and cinnamon kick up the flavor and the health-boosting properites: turmeric is anti-inflammatory, as well as mood and brain-boosting; cinnamon, in addition to being a warming winter-spice (a good pairing with the warm-weather citrus fruit) and blood-sugar stabilizing, also fights viruses and infections! Keep it coming.
Hey friend! One of the first things I did when I shifted my eating habits a few years ago was to incorporate more vegetables, especially greens. On a good day, I eat some sort of greens at every meal! In this week's video, I give you some easy tips on exactly how to add in more greens. So go ahead - throw some greens on it!
Maybe you've heard of health coaches; maybe you've read an article or watched a video about the benefits of hiring an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach. Maybe you're sitting there right now, thinking you could use some support to feel better (low energy, brain fog, anxiety, moodiness, blood sugar swings, food cravings, or what Dr. Mark Hyman calls "Feel like crap syndrome"?) - look better (acne, weight gain, dull/lack-luster skin, eczema?), or you have a vision for your health and life and just don't how how to get there. But why would you pay for a health coach? What can a health coach give you that you can't already do for yourself, or that you can't find in some meal-plan and packaged shake program? Meet my client, Susan.