Baked Rosemary Parsnips

In my opinion, root vegetables are majorly underappreciated! Save for Thanksgiving, few Americans enjoy root vegetables as much as they should, or at least that’s what I’ve observed amongst my client population. However, root vegetables have many redeeming qualities! For one, they are an excellent source of carbohydrate, yet are unlikely to trigger significant blood sugar fluctuations due to their high fiber content. Many root veggies are also good sources of potassium, folate, B vitamins, manganese, and antioxidants. One of my favorite root veggies is the humble parsnip. If you’re ready to expand the nutrient-dense carb options in your diet, check out my simple recipe for rosemary roasted parsnips!

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Blood Sugar, Lyme Disease and Diabetes – What is the Connection?

High blood sugar isn’t just a concern for diabetics; emerging research suggests that it also has significant health implications for people with Lyme disease. In this research update, I’ll discuss the adverse effects of high blood sugar on Lyme disease outcomes and offer evidence-based recommendations for improving blood sugar control so that you can support your body in its recovery from Lyme.

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An Update On My Recovery From Lyme Disease and Mold Illness

This blog post is a summary of the interventions I’ve used over the past year and a half, during which I have experienced profound improvements in my health. I hope that the lessons I’ve learned along the way can help those of you who are dealing with complex chronic illnesses like Lyme disease or mold illness.  

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Seasonal Eating and Metabolic Health

Emerging research suggests that eating seasonally has important effects on metabolic health, including blood sugar regulation and the body’s ability to burn fat for fuel. Read on to learn more!

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Curcumin and Fish Oil: A Winning Combination for Metabolic Syndrome

According to recent research published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, a shocking 35 percent of all U.S. adults and 50 percent of adults 60 years of age and older have metabolic syndrome. Fortunately, a growing body of research indicates that two natural compounds, curcumin and fish oil, address an important underlying cause of metabolic syndrome, without causing the adverse effects associated with pharmaceutical treatment options. Read on to learn more about the synergistic metabolic health benefits of curcumin and fish oil. 

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Hydroxytyrosol: A Superior Antioxidant for Combatting Oxidative Stress

Hydroxytyrosol, an antioxidant found in the olive plant, has demonstrated an exceptional capacity for neutralizing free radicals and can be a powerful tool in the fight against oxidative stress and chronic disease. Read on to learn about the powerful health benefits of hydroxytyrosol and how you can incorporate it into your healthy lifestyle. 

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