Iridology

Iridology is incredibly useful from a preventative perspective as our practitioner is able to determine inherent weaknesses within the body before major symptoms have surfaced.

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Sclerology

The use of Sclerology is just one of several modalities our practitioners draw upon to assess an individual’s needs in terms of developing a personalized program that leads to optimized health and long ­term well­ being.

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Live Blood Cell Analysis

This method can provide a composite of more than 25 facets from your blood. Dark­field microscopy makes it possible for your practitioner to observe possible multiple vitamin and mineral deficiencies, toxicity and the probability for allergies, bacterial, fungal or viral infections; as well as many others.

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Nutritional Coaching

The body requires a solid foundation from which to build healthy tissue, strong digestion and an active immune system. We focus on removing possible reactive foods which cause inflammation at a cellular level and add in nutrient dense Alkaline foods to balance the body.

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Vegetarian Cooking

DOLMADES (Stuffed Grape Leaves) – Vegan

By |April 30th, 2016|

Hello World!

One of my favorite Greek dishes is Dolmades – lemon rice with dill stuffed into grape leaves.  They are the perfect taste combo of sour, salty and fatty with that all important starch component.  I have bought many containers from our local Planet Organic Market at a pretty price.  Due to their high market […]

THAI GREEN CURRY – Vegan & Gluten Free

By |April 14th, 2016|

Thai Cuisine is one of my favorite flavors.  I was super lucky for awhile as my husband owned a Thai restaurant and I had my fill of Thai food for an entire year!  The restaurant is no more but once a month he will bust out a recipe which makes my tummy so happy.

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CINNAMON STICKY BUNS – Vegan with Sprouted Spelt Flour

By |April 11th, 2016|

I normally don’t post too many recipes made with refined sugar but these Sticky Buns are worth the 1-2x a year indulgence.  I literally only make them a couple times a year because the rising time can take the better part of your afternoon….but the wait is definitely worth it.  Aside from waiting for yeast […]

CAESAR SALAD DRESSING – Vegan

By |April 10th, 2016|

I love Classic Caesar Salad, but I don’t love how heavy the traditional version is with all of the cheese, eggs and oil.  This recipe is fantastic, using firm tofu and much less oil to recreate that creaminess.  With this version you can eat to your hearts content which is how salad should be!!

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BLACK BEAN VEGGIE BURGERS – Vegan & Gluten Free

By |April 1st, 2016|

Howdy Food Lovers!!

Now a great Veggie Burger is something I am always on the hunt for, especially when eating out.  But they often lack in flavor and are full of tasteless fillers.  The mark of a good restaurant in my eyes is a robust, moist and crazy tasty burger.  But I can do that at […]

COOKING BEANS! It’s Really Not That Hard…

By |March 27th, 2016|

Hello Beautiful People!

Cooking beans from scratch can seem very daunting, you have to first soak them over night then watch them on the stove for hours.  Way too much planning ahead and time spent in the kitchen right!?  Well there is an easier way that doesn’t require soaking or long hours watching the stove.

This can […]