How to best accomplish it all and keep the family healthy at the same time?
I find what works best for my family is planning and prepping. Mapping out the week reduces the likelihood of eating on the go, making poor choices between activities and curbing the ever convenient fast food.
We talk a lot in our family about how to fuel our body correctly for the activity ahead. Eating food that will increase our endurance rather than plummet it. Looking at cause and effect to look back at food choices that were made and how we felt afterward. Good and bad. Read More
One of the tenants of Naturopathic medicine is to appreciate the innate healing power of nature. My hope is always that there is a healthy cycle of Play. Injury. Repair. Repeat. As will it be with our forests, wild fires will die down and snow will begin to fall. Not too long now will we be breathing fresh crisp winter air along the runs of Apex. Read More
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How’d that preseason training go for you? Are you feeling it after a good day on the hill? Albeit this is early season and your ski legs might not be here yet, you will benefit from some of these tips to keep agile throughout the season & even own the last run of the day. Read More
In my naturopathic medical practice, I work at healing patients from the ailments that they have. Helping people to have fuller lives - more energy, vitality & getting back to doing what they love to do. This helping hand can extend toward healing the planet. Read More
You get injured. On the ice. On the slopes. In the gym. You reach in the medicine cabinet for an NSAID to stop the pain. Let’s rewire this thought process. Instead open the fridge door.
Let’s look at some of the best foods to heal an injury. Getting you back in the game quicker. Read More
Liquid gold. Breast is best. Mama’s milk. All are terms thrown around when it comes to breastfeeding. But what happens when babe is colicky, fussy or has infantile eczema. This is when a mama may reconsider that the nourishment that she is giving her infant may not be best. Read More
Keeping children focused on school work can be a tough task at the best of times. All kids can benefit from brain food to get through the day. Here are some simple steps to get your children on the right track.
- Breakfast sets the stage for the rest of the day and instills healthy habits in your children. Don’t let your children leave home without a protein packed breakfast.
A warm spring has brought an abundance of fruit. Here's a link to a simple, fun popsicle that little and big kids alike will lick up. Read More