Body weight regulation is a priority for many of my clients, particularly many of my clients with Lyme disease and mold illness. Many of my clients come to me feeling frustrated about their inability to lose weight or improve their body composition, despite doing seemingly everything “right” with their diet and exercise. While diet and exercise are crucial for supporting a healthy body weight, several other factors fly under the radar that significantly influence energy balance. Read on to learn about ten factors that affect energy balance and metabolism, beyond just diet and exercise, so you can reach your healthy weight!

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The foods we choose to consume undoubtedly have a significant impact on our health. However, few laypeople (or health professionals, for that matter) give much thought to the effect of meal timing on our health. Interestingly, a rapidly growing body of research indicates that when we eat may be just as important as what we eat for building resilient long-term health. Read on to learn about several important aspects of meal timing and how fine-tuning your meal timing can support your health.

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Spending time in nature is my favorite past time, whether I’m backpacking, hiking, rock climbing, skiing, or trail running. However, as someone who’s dealt with the fallout of chronic Lyme disease, the wilderness can also be an overwhelming place. However, my experiences in nature are something I will never sacrifice. In this blog, I’ll share my strategies for staying healthy and successfully evading ticks while in nature. I hope you’ll find my ideas useful and, after reading, feel inspired to spend more time outdoors!  

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Mycotoxins, toxic metabolites produced by mold, have adverse effects on numerous body systems, including the gastrointestinal tract. This is a topic that I have personally explored in great depth, due to my own experience with toxic mold exposure. Read on to learn how mycotoxins impact the GI tract and gut microbiota, and how you can restore your gut health post-toxic mold exposure.   

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Humans evolved in environments in which food availability was limited and fasting was often required. A growing body of evidence indicates that the need for intermittent dietary energy restriction, aka fasting, is built into our genetic makeup, and that it has many beneficial effects on our health. Read on to learn about the top ten health benefits of intermittent fasting and how you can incorporate this ancestral practice into your life to promote optimal health. 

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