fbpx

red pepper

What to Do For Cancer Prevention and Healing

Wednesday, March 11th at 4PM ET Cancer is among the leading causes of death worldwide. The number of new cancer cases per year is expected to rise to 23.6 million by 2030. There is a LOT you can do between now and then to reduce your risk of becoming a cancer statistic.

More

I’ve got a newfound respect for cacao!

A large majority of the people I work with tell me that they are addicted to chocolate. Not that they consume gallons of it and have lost their jobs because of it, but they confide in me that they need to eat at least one or two (or three or more) pieces per day, every…

More

Jogging is not for me, but I do it anyway. Here’s why…

I LOVE using a wide variety of activities to keep my body and mind healthy and fit. My favorite, of course, is hiking. Give me a mountain trail anywhere in the world, any day of the week and I’m in heaven! I love trekking through the woods on little paths carved out by adventurous humans…

More

Savory Butternut Mash

Mashed potatoes – we all love them, right? Smooth, creamy, satisfying and delicious…. Yum! The truth is, we can mash ANY starchy vegetable (even non-starchy vegetables like cauliflower), and tubers to make a mash. My personal favorites are the “sweet” flavored ones like butternut squash or kabocha squash. They are mouthwateringly good. But, guess what?…

More

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.

More

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!

More

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.

More

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.

More

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?

More

What Happened to Our Christmas Spirit?

I went shopping at the local department store to get the perfect gift for my hubby. Truth be told, I give him the same thing every year, a stylish men’s cashmere scarf from Bloomingdales. Every year about a month before Christmas, as the weather grows colder, he complains that his neck feels chilled. It’s pretty…

More

Do you want the top thyroid articles? Here they are…

Over 20 years ago I healed my thyroid condition naturally and I’ve been shouting it from the rooftops and sharing this knowledge with clients all over the world ever since. My team has pulled together the top articles that have received the most views, likes, loves, and action from you. In no particular order (because…

More

Recipes you LOVED in 2019!

I love to eat. You love to eat. We all love to eat for gosh sakes! And, even better, I know that you love to eat great food that is both nutritious and delicious (and made with love, of course). So, my team went through the numbers and compiled the Top 5 Recipes in 2019.…

More

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…

More

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. I truly love this work, sharing healing knowledge with you! Some articles that I’ve written have been deemed too controversial for some folks, and some have been shared like crazy on…

More

You’ve got extremely high liver enzymes? Do this…

A family member contacted me for advice. She was experiencing nausea and pain under her right ribcage, so she scheduled a check-up with her MD. After testing, her doctor confirmed that she had a cyst on her liver and extremely elevated liver enzymes. Usually, when family members contact me for advice they never actually apply…

More
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!

More