maple syrup

Do you have sweet cravings?

The sweet flavor is deeply nourishing and we are hardwired for it from the time we pop out of the womb and are plopped onto a breast for our first meal.


Take Back Your Health Retreat

April 25th – April 29th, 2020 Join me at the Take Back Your Health Retreat where we’ll relax to the sound of the ocean while learning how to use food and lifestyle strategically to increase energy, detoxify the body, reduce chronic pain, get better sleep and improve our overall quality of life.
Thank you so much!


Cooking for Cancer Prevention and Healing

Wednesday, March 18th – Cancer is among the leading causes of death worldwide. According to the National Cancer Institute the number of new cancer cases per year is expected to rise to 23.6 million by 2030. And, there is a LOT you can do between now and then to reduce your risk of becoming another statistic.


Integrative Healthcare Symposium

February 21, 2020 at 12PM Practitioners from all facets of traditional and non-traditional medicine unite as one, cohesive community. Attendees learn, network, and return to their practices with an enhanced appreciation of the modern patient’s full range of healthcare options.


LIVE Webinar and Q&A with Andrea Beaman

Tuesday, January 28th at 4PM EST Interested in the New Healers Master Coaching program and have questions about how learning assessment skills for prevention and healing can support your health as well as enhance your coaching business?


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.


One Pot Winter Stew with Wild Salmon

I love easy dishes that can be prepared all in one pot. That’s why I love soups and stews! This Salmon stew is creamy and rich, without cream or butter. I use white miso to give it that depth of richness and silky flavor. Plus, I used a classic Dashi Broth as the base for…


Top Health Articles in 2019!

I’ve got a lot to say about health and wellness and have been sharing my alternative and natural healing perspective for over 20 years! Here are my top articles for you to digest and mull over.

what's up with carb cycling

The Healthy View Ep36: What’s Up with Carb Cycling?

We know, carb cycling sounds like a new boutique fitness class, but it’s actually a food timing technique used among athletes to boost their performance. Is there any truth to it, and should regular folks include it in their regimen? In this episode, we explain what carb cycling actually is, talk about the merits of carbs, and Michelle’s great breakfast experiment!

surrender and survive thanksgiving

The Healthy View Ep35: Surrender and Survive Thanksgiving

November is supposed to be a thankful time, but we know it tends to be more stressful instead—the family, the parties, the desserts! This episode is all about finding joy during Thanksgiving so you can actually get into the attitude of gratitude rather than dread. From staying organized as a host to surrendering to the chaos, we have some great tips for you to survive the holiday season.

the books that changed our lives

The Healthy View Ep34: The Books That Changed Our Lives

We’ve all read books that were total game changers in our lives, whether they changed our health, our relationships, or our outlook on the world. In today’s episode, we share the books that shifted our worldviews and made lasting positive impact, so hopefully they can help you in the same way.

should you try cbd

The Healthy View Ep33: Should You Try CBD?

CBD is everywhere these days. You can get skincare infused with the oil, CBD lattes at your coffee shop, and tinctures at the gas station. But is it good for everyone with every condition? And is everyone who’s using it just walking around stoned? We talk to Tammi Sweet, herbalist and founder of the Heartstone Center for Earth Essentials, to help clear up all our confusion about what CBD actually is, how it works in the body, and proper dosing.


Braised Purple Cabbage and Apples

We’ve often been told to eat a rainbow of colors to meet our nutritional needs. But, when was the last time you ate something purple? Besides a blueberry or acai smoothie, of course. No worries! I’ve got a delicious purple veggie dish that will surely brighten any holiday table and fill your body with some…


Charred Crispy Cauliflower

Roasting and charring make that cauliflower taste totally delicious. Even kids like it. And, if kids like it, that says a lot. At your next dinner, roast the cauliflower until it’s charred and crispy, and you’ll see what I mean.