When I say “mylk” I mean dairy free ‘milk’ but I like to spell it with a ‘y’ to differentiate it from its dairy cousins.
This could mean almond, coconut, rice, hemp, soy, hazelnut, cashew… any combination of these or so many others you could make. When you make your own mylk the options are almost limitless!
Do you want to know how to make it yourself? Continue reading
If you are currently or have been a client of mine you have likely learned about and gotten recipes for chia pudding. The reason: it’s so good for you AND it’s so delicious!!
Read on for the recipe!
Taking Care of Your Skin from the Inside
I like to say that when it comes to skin the expression: “garbage in, garbage out” couldn’t be more true.
A number of clients have come to see me to address skin issues through nutrition – smart people, because skin health is very directly related to gut health and of course, what you eat and how hydrated you are.
The top recommendations I always give for skin health are:
- Eat well – LOTS of veggies of many varieties, but especially greens, and foods that are high in essential fatty acids (EFAs);
- Eliminate food allergens/sensitivities;
- Strengthen your microbiome;
- Stay hydrated!