Gratitude is an immensely powerful force that we can use in the most simple of ways to expand our happiness and cultivate loving relationships, it can even improve our health, both mental and physical.
Given the holiday, November feels like an appropriate month to share the Power of Gratitude, the very many powerful health benefits to a regular gratitude practice along with some tips and thoughts on how to cultivate a grateful heart, plus if you scroll to further down, I’m even offering a free download of a Gratitude Journal worksheet you can use daily, as part of your practice.
I invite you, this week and beyond, to explore ways to support living gratefully as a way of life, not simply something we celebrate once a year.
Digestive dysfunction is easily the most common chronic ailment I encounter working as a Nutritional Therapist. As a follow-up to my in-depth series Digestion 101, I wanted to offer five, simple actionable steps that you can take right away to immediately begin the improvement of your digestion.
Digestive dysfunction can have many faces – gas, bloating, stomach aches, indigestion – we’ve all been there. Yes, there are plenty of quick-fix, short term “bandaid” approaches to managing the symptoms, I see so many people that often pop antacids, take anti-gas, diarrhea or constipation meds just to get through the day. Sadly this only manages the symptoms of a larger problem and more often than not the root cause of the dysfunction is left untreated and the problems still persist.
Rather than popping pills or difficult, unnatural approaches, here are 5 simple, meal-time tips to improve your digestion, naturally.
5 Mealtime Tips to Improve Digestion
Summer is nearly here and if you are like me, your wanderlust is in full effect. Vacations are around the corner, road trips will be aplenty and you are probably already stressing about how you will safely eat. This next post in my ongoing series is one that I have a lot of experience with. Traveling with dietary restrictions can be challenging, to say the least, but if you can plan ahead and prepare for the journey, it can still be a wonderful adventure you will remember for a lifetime.
Traveling has to be one of my favorite things, but with a gluten-free lifestyle, I have had to get a little crafty and plan ahead whenever I hit the road.
Please feel free to share some of your own tips, too.