gluten, gluten-free, nutrition, thyroid, autoimmune

The Truth About Gluten

Having grown up in an Italian family in North Jersey, nothing could compare to the smell and taste of the fresh Italian bread baking in Mom’s oven. (Well, maybe the sauce to dip it in, but that’s a different story). I remember many Sunday mornings taking a short drive with my father to the bagel store to pick up a …

change, change psychology, psychology, success, mindset

The 3 C’s of Successful Change

Every challenge or problem I’ve successfully solved or created a new result for myself in my life and health was a journey of success that first began in my outlook. There is a psychology of change I’ve always utilized to be successful at beating health circumstance naturally most still say or believe is “impossible”. But, our human mind is an …

Gratitude on My 6 Year Healing Anniversary from Hashimotos

May 1st, 2014 was my 6 year anniversary in my turning point “back to good” in my body from my Hashimoto’s disease, chronic fatigue syndrome & auto immune illness.  It’s been on my calendar since because it’s such a significant day to me & will be for the rest of my life.It was a day of awakening & seeing my …

Why This New Years Has Me Teary

  Dear 2013, You have no idea how long we’ve waited for you. I am overwhelmed to tears knowing you are finally here. Tears of overwhelm, tears of utter exhaustion, tears of joy, tears of gratitude for what’s to come in 2013, and the opportunity to give back greatly to others, tears of finally being able to begin to rebuild …

fitness, exercise, women's health, weight loss resistance, weight loss, weight loss resistant, fat loss resistant, fat loss, type A, stress, metabolism, autoimmune illness, thyroid disease, hashimotos

Why You Should Stop Striving To Be “Fit”

One of the greatest gifts of human body learning we received from our years of work to correct my fatigue & Hashimoto’s Disease naturally & drug-free (not even synthroid) through natural energy creation strategies, was a greater understanding of the human body and the realization that being fit simply does not equate to being well. For years my husband and …