Individual Consults: A Story

We had our first session and I asked to meet again in 3 weeks. She said, “Do you think I will see any changes by then?” I crossed my fingers and said yes.

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Summer Bounty Stuffed Peppers

Once a year I get a yen to make stuffed peppers. Why? Who knows, but they are tasty and offer lots of opportunities for creativity.

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The Letter S for Summer

I’m happy to share some of my favorite summer subjects with you today: sunscreen, salad, soil microbes, simple (cleanse & detox), sun tea with spearmint and stevia, spaciousness, sage spritzers, seafood, sirsasana, and the summer solstice.

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Creating Herbal Tea Blends

If you are interested in the process behind formulating tea blends, or a customer (or prospective customer) of the District Tea Lodge, enjoy this article I wrote about my process in creating the 14 different teas on the menu!

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The Oily Edition

Sadly, “fat” has a bad reputation in our culture. We associate it with weighing more than is healthy, and via that association the whole crazy “low-fat” fad dieting came into being.

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Thanksgiving Gluten-free Tips

Are you or a loved one avoiding gluten this year? Are you puzzled or irritated or terrified about what to cook for Thanksgiving? Read on for some recipe ideas.

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Nutrition School

I get many many MANY inquiries about my education in holistic health and herbs. Maybe some of those questions came from you?

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Scary Plants for Halloween

Poisons! These herbs capture our imaginations and often show up in murder mysteries. You will not find them on the shelf at your local market.

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