It’s winter . . everybody gets sick. Right?

Well not necessarily! Do we have less hours of sunlight here in the Northern Hemisphere during winter? Yes! We also have much less exposure to the sun due to its extreme angle and cooler temperatures. This can contribute to less vitamin D in our system creating conditions ripe for depression, weakened immune systems, less physical activity, craving for comfort foods – maybe less fruits and vegetables and even cravings for sweets. All these life style shifts have an impact on our health and well being.

Good news! We can manage a lot of these shifts back towards a more balanced state! Not everyone gets sick so some immune systems can handle these conditions better than others. If you are one who seems to get what’s going around each year and some times more than once, maybe you should consider trying a few new things!

Cod liver oil is a great source of natural vitamin D. Taken during winter it can help bring your D levels back to balance. Focus on eating more fruits and veggies – more salads and smoothies, and vegetable soup is a wonderful way to get lots of vegetables and warm yourself up at the same time!

Adding a vitamin C supplement as well as zinc can boost the immune system and help withstand temperature shifts and exposure to winter weather.

Now if you are diligently taking vitamin D and still can’t seem to make it work, perhaps there are other issues at hand! Sometimes a lack of gallbladder functioning can prevent assimilation of fat soluble vitamins – A, D, E, and K. Emotions, toxins, allergies can all affect an organs ability to function fully and can be assessed and shifted with proper support. Another aspect can be a “D” allergy caused by humiliation over getting a D as a grade. After clearing the old emotions, the D can usually be assimilated and balanced again! Occasionally someone may have a gene blocking the assimilation of Vitamin D. Receptors called VDR’s account for how your DNA receives this important vitamin. In some cases a narrow band UVB lamp can allow the body to receive this important vitamin made in your skin and remarkably improve immune, digestion, hormone and brain functioning.

Discovering what you need to do to keep fit and healthy through all four seasons can be an exciting and fun adventure!

Do I Really Need Energy Balancing? Why?

Maybe . . . not sure . . . let’s see!

Is your life moving in a good direction? Does your health support the lifestyle you want? Are you fulfilled in your relationships? Are you free of habits or addictions that could be holding you back?

If you answered “YES” to all those questions, then probably you don’t need Energy Balancing. But if like most of us there is an area or more that just isn’t what you wish. This is a great spot to try something different!

Why Energy Balancing? Because you are a Soul – a spark of energy before a physical being. You are a beautiful unique spark of Love created by the Source of all out of love. ALL things on this plane – earth – have their beginnings in the higher planes of energy. Shift the energy – and the rest will follow!

I wonder how it would be if that area that isn’t quite how you want – started moving in a new direction?

Let’s find out!

These Cookies Are FANTASTIC? What’s in them?

OK so I am gluten-free, sugar-free and cow dairy-free, how do you make a great tasting cookie? I use real recipes from old-fashioned cooking and use all organic real ingredients I can eat! Simple!

This is my adaptation of the classic Grandma’s Oatmeal Cookies:

1 1/2 cups old-fashioned rolled oats

1 cup oat flour

1/4 cup coconut palm sugar

1 T corn starch (to help dough stick together) if sensitive, leave out

1 1/2 t baking soda

1/4 t real salt

4 ounces goat butter (can use oil of your choice)

1 heaping T coconut oil

1 large egg

1 T molasses

1 T vanilla

1 T water

1/4 cup chopped pecans

1 heaping T shredded coconut

1 cup raisins

Mix dry ingredients including nuts, coconut and raisins in small bowl and set aside. Heat oven to 350. Grease cookie sheet with coconut oil lightly. In large mixing bowl let butter soften. When soft, add vanilla, molasses and egg and whisk until light and fluffy. Add dry to wet and mix. Drop batter on cookie sheet and flatten and shape to round cookies about 5/8 to3/4″ tall. Bake 15 minutes. Test before removing from oven for firmness. These cookies are more crumbly than their standard cousins, but oh boy are these fantastic and healthy!! How soon can you make some??


Food Allergies Recipes

I am constantly creating new recipes for allergy sensitive clients. I can custom create recipes to support any allergy/sensitivity combination to help you eat a more fun and comfortable diet. To see some of my recipes check out the page “My Favorite Things.”