Hypoallergenic Cookbook: Quinoa Summer Salad

Quinoa is a seed – not a grain – with a similar taste and texture to couscous. It is a great choice for complex carbohydrates for those with wheat or gluten intolerances. Quinoa is a good source of manganese, magnesium, and many other vitamins and minerals. Quinoa Summer Salad

Hypoallergenic Cookbook: Bison Black Bean Chili

Another recipe from our hypoallergenic meal plan. Bison Black Bean Chili

Food Allergies & Weight Loss

You may have a hidden food allergy that is making you fat (or at least making weight loss more difficult).

Hypoallergenic Cookbook: Baby Portabella and Buckwheat Sauté

This is another recipe from our hypoallergenic meal plan. Baby Portabella and Buckwheat Sauté

Hypoallergenic Cookbook: Zucchini and Lentil Summer Salad

This recipe comes from our upcoming hypoallergenic meal plan. It is free of any shellfish, dairy, eggs, wheat/gluten, tree nuts, peanuts, and soy. Zucchini and Lentil Summer Salad

5 Real Ways to Lose Weight

No fluff. No BS. No telling you that you’re unique and special and fine just the way you are. There are REAL reasons why you want to change the way you look, so here are 5 REAL ways to make it happen.

Sniffles, and Coughs, and Sneezes! Oh My!

Autumn has officially arrived. That means people in the northern states are enjoying the beautiful fall foliage. People in the southern states are enjoying temperatures in the 80s. And people everywhere are definitely not enjoying itchy watery eyes, runny noses, congestion, coughing, and sneezing caused by seasonal allergic rhinitis.

Free Your Qi

For over 5,000 years, Eastern medicine practitioners have utilized acupuncture as a method of correcting the body’s flow of Qi (pronounced “chee”) in order to improve health and eliminate disease. While Western medicine practitioners may not agree with the means by which acupuncture works, they are finally recognizing that it does work, and for many […]

How Soon is Too Soon? Coming Back From an Injury

You’re ready to get back into the game. It’s been several weeks since your injury occurred. You’ve spent plenty of time resting and rehabbing. Your patience is wearing thin, and you’re ready to get back to the gym, trail, or court. Take note; this is the point where most people try to pick up right […]