Dysbiosis and Balancing Your Gut Bacteria

Dysbiosis and Balancing Your Gut Bacteria

Balance is so important in our lives, but often so hard to find, especially as busy as life seems. I hope you are taking some time for yourself to stop and reflect on where you might need more balance, maybe in places you’ve never even considered. Many of the women I...
Gut Repair Soup

Gut Repair Soup

Ingredients 1 Bunch of Broccoli with stalks 1 Zucchini 1 Stalk of Celery 3-4 tsp of Olive Oil  1 Large Sweet Potato or Squash (optional) 1 Bunch of Green Leafy Veggies such as Spinach, Chard, Collards, Kale or Dandelion Greens Sea Salt to taste  Instructions If using...
What is Malabsorption?

What is Malabsorption?

What is malabsorption? The main role of your small intestine is to absorb nutrients from the food you eat into your bloodstream. Malabsorption syndrome refers to a number of disorders in which the small intestine can’t absorb enough of certain nutrients and fluids....
The Scoop on Your Poop

The Scoop on Your Poop

We all do it. For some, it’s a necessary inconvenience. For others, it’s a pleasant and satisfying part of the digestive process. It has fascinated toddlers since time immemorial, and there’s a reason for that. Going number two might not be the prettiest topic for a...
Beet Salad with Miso and Black Sesame

Beet Salad with Miso and Black Sesame

Benefits of Miso Miso, a staple of Japanese cuisine, is yet another probiotic powerhouse. It is made from soybeans, water, and koji (cooked grains or soybeans inoculated with a mold, Aspergillus oryzae, which begins the fermentation process). As the koji enzymes break...
Lemon Garlic Tempeh

Lemon Garlic Tempeh

Benefits of Tempeh Tempeh, a fermented soybean-based product that originates from Indonesia, has gained popularity all over the world. Not only is it a source of probiotics – it is also a rich source of protein, making it an excellent meat substitute for vegetarians...