Why detoxification is important and simple steps you can take.

I recently read Silent Spring by Rachel Carson, considered one of the greatest science books of all time. Published in 1962, this book launched the environmental movement, and it is still relevant today (sadly, not much has changed). According to the Environmental Working Group (EWG): “When Congress enacted the Toxic…

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Dandelions

Daffodils and dandelions tell us spring is just around the corner. Both plants produce lovely yellow flowers, but one we fertilize, and the other we poison. Ironically, it’s the one we detest that we should actually revere. Daffodils may be pretty, but dandelions are packed with nutritional and medicinal benefits! Dandelion…

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Nettles

Stinging nettles, more commonly called nettles, grow wild in most parts of the US, popping up in woodlands, rich soils, partially shaded areas, and along river banks. Although there are many different species, they all have similar health benefits. But that’s not all they have! Nettles are known for the…

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Detox Lover’s Chopped Salad

For each of my seasonal detoxes, I offer clients recipes that are not only supportive of detoxification, but also feature seasonal foods. One standard in all of my detoxes, however, is a large chopped salad filled with detox-friendly veggies. You can add seasonal or other favorite items as desired, but…

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Spring Spiritual Detox and Lenten Practices

For years, I’ve been doing seasonal detoxes, and spring might be one of my favorites. The very first detox I ever followed was while I was taking a course in Weight Management for my Holistic Nutrition degree. When I got to the section on detox, I realized that I could actually…

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Healthy Chocolate Bonbons

I’ve made many variations of my healthy chocolates over the years. Here’s my latest iteration, using a basic foundation, then “dipping” them in an assortment of toppings: hemp seeds, coconut, dried cranberries, dried goji berries, freeze-dried pomegranate perils (seeds), cashews (since I used cashew butter this time). I brushed some…

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