When it comes to cooking, it’s important to remember that recipes are only guidelines. You can swap out almost any ingredient in a recipe to support your needs!More
How to use culinary infusions as medicine
One of the easiest kitchen medicines is to make a culinary herb or spice infusion.More
Do you eat this bitter culinary herb?
Parsley is often used as a garnish to pretty-up a main dish and make it visually more appealing. You’ll either see it sprinkled on top of the food or sitting idly on the side of a plate. When it’s used that way, it can often be neglected, or even worse, tossed into the trash. That’s a waste of this culinary herb’s healing properties!More
Herbed Chicken Bites
There are many people in the world that love eating chicken breasts. I’m not one of them. I need them doctored up, so to speak. Like in this delicious recipe. Try it out and let me know your thoughts.More
If you think I’m crazy, a death merchant, or charlatan, feel free to say it.
In the past twenty years, I’ve been attacked numerous times for my stance on natural healing and using food as medicine. The attacks have been especially ripe with anger during the last two years of the virus crises. Here are some recent examples….More
Do you regret getting injected?
Clients have told me about chronic migraine headaches (lasting 30 days or longer), extreme lethargy and depression, severe brain fog, as well as an inability to walk up the stairs because they cannot catch their breath after taking the medical injection. And, the worst part is… they are afraid to talk about it for fear of being ostracized from their communities. So, what can someone do if they are experiencing negative side effects from these medical injections? Read on…More
What happened to Heart Disease?
With everyone everywhere in the world focused on Cov*d-19, most people have forgotten about Cardiovascular Disease (CVD), that includes heart attacks and strokes. According to the American Heart Association, CVD is the leading global cause of death, and accounted for approximately 18.6 million deaths in 2019. I know that in 2020 and now 2021, coronavirus […]More
Top 5 hottest articles of 2020!
This year, like every year, some select articles on my website got extra attention and plenty of shares. Take a look at the most read articles of 2020!More
Did you lose taste and smell due to Coronavirus? Here’s how to bring it back!
If you have lost your sense of smell and taste, start using the wisdom of the ancient practitioners to stimulate your body and get your energy moving again!More
How do we support our health after the Coronavirus crisis?
This crisis has clearly proven that we need to get back to using kitchen medicine before the next crisis comes and knocks us flat on our backs again.More
Top tips to NOT lose your sanity during the pandemic
Allow me to give you three easy things you can do right now while you are quarantined to take the edge off and keep you sane.More
There’s no cure for C*vid-19 but a LOT you can do to heal
Approximately 80 percent of all COVID-19 cases exhibit mild to moderate symptoms that don’t require hospitalization. Doctors recommend that these patients self-isolate, stay hydrated, eat well, and manage their symptoms as best they can.More
Recipes you LOVED in 2019!
My team went through the numbers and compiled the Top 5 Recipes in 2019. Here they are for you in all of their healthful and delicious glory.More
How about a cup of coffee… up your butt?!
The web is littered with pro and con camps of using various alternative medicines, including coffee enemas, as an option for detox and healing.More
How do you feel about lectins?
A former heart surgeon has implied that lectins are the main danger in the American diet. Here’s my take on it…More
Do you think tomatoes are deadly or wicked?
It’s up to you and your health practitioner to discover which are the best foods for your body, in the environment where you live, and how often to eat them.More
Using culinary herbs as food and medicine!
Understand how herbs and spices can be highly effective for many healing and preventative purposes.More
Do you have a favorite summer herb? I do!
Basil, like many other culinary herbs, contains volatile aromatic oils that are uplifting and healing.More
Are you too busy to cook? Try this quick recipe.
We need to take time to nourish ourselves with great quality food otherwise we won’t have the energy we need to keep up with our very busy lives.More
Menopause Ease Tea
The nourishing tea blend below helps support menopausal women in many ways.More