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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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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Paleo recipes


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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By |March 30th, 2016|


I really like Hummus, it’s a fantastic accompaniment to so many things….crackers, veggie sticks, bread, pita, roasted vegetables, sandwich spread…I’ve used it with almost everything.  But sometimes I find it a bit heavy and dense so this version I have here is perfect.  It’s made with Zucchini instead of Chick peas which transforms it from […]

CAULIFLOWER PIZZA CRUST – Vegan, Gluten Free & Dairy Free

By |March 21st, 2016|


I was having a conversation with a client yesterday about some roadblocks she was coming up against in the transition to eating healthier. She relayed her experience with trying some new recipes that ended up being time consuming and ultimately didn’t work out.  This can be very discouraging when your time is at a premium….who […]

Quick and Easy CHICKPEA STEW & QUINOA – with Cabbage Slaw

By |March 16th, 2016|

I received a text yesterday from one of my wonderful clients.  One of the comments she made was that she was finding it time consuming to prepare a planet based meal plan.  This is a very common issue when anyone is trying to make major changes in his/her diet and lifestyle.  We are so accustomed […]

ONION FLATBREAD – Raw, Vegan & Gluten Free

By |March 11th, 2016|

Howdy World,

I know how much a good ‘ol piece of thick white bread and butter tastes….but you don’t want that!  All you need is my Onion Flatbread with some avocado and you’re set.  This recipe has been adapted from RAWvolution by Matt Amsden and is made using my Excalibur dehydrator but can also be made […]


By |February 22nd, 2016|

So every Sunday after my children finish art class in the morning, we head over to the local book store/coffee shop to hang, have family time and sip a little Chai.  This offers me some time to browse the lastest and greatest in health & wellness and possibly find a gem of inspiration.  Well today I […]

SUPERSEED BREAD – Gluten free, Dairy Free & Vegan

By |February 19th, 2016|



I’m sharing with you my most fav gluten free bread ever.  There are several reasons why this is the best bread ever…it’s incredibly high in fiber thus giving you super poo’s, it’s very filling and lastly it’s tasty as hell!!  Now this is not your regular white gluten free cardboard loaf.  This is crazy dense […]


By |February 6th, 2016|

I am constantly being asked by my clients for recipes but I am the type of person who rarely uses one, unless I’m baking or trying out something completely new.  I prefer to see what I have in the fridge or what looks good at the store.  But obviously not everyone functions this way so here […]