Seven things I’ve learned about how to change your diet for good, part 2

“Should I or shouldn’t I. . . . ?” It happened to me countless times in the past: I’d read a book about healthy eating or see an inspiring movie or read an inspiring blog post. I’d go off like a house on fire, buying new foods, planning recipes to make, revamping my entire kitchen. […]

Seven things I’ve learned about how to change for good (Part 1)

Back when I struggled with candida symptoms that ravaged my skin, my sinuses and my digestive tract, I ignored it all at first. As someone who had dealt with candida before, I knew that the solution was to change my diet and lifestyle. But that didn’t matter. In fact, I began to truly change only when I […]

When a new set of eyes can help your perspective…

Sometimes, a different set of eyes can make all the difference. Have you ever had this experience? Think about the last report you wrote, or even the last essay in college. You’ve checked and re-checked the text, ensuring that everything is perfect. Yet, when your colleague or friend reads over the contents, they easily point […]

How to get your diet back on track

I was talking with a collegue the other day about our current grocery shopping habits. At the time of this writing, the COVID-19 pandemic is still in full swing (although many retailers and other services are beginning to open up again), so we were both still “sheltering at home” as much as possible. There were […]

My recipe to deal with anxiety about the future

At the time of this writing, we’re still in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic; millions of people worldwide have contracted the virus. Scientists are working furiously on a vaccine and the general public is self-isolating as much as possible at home, “socially distancing” from others (maintaining at least 6 feet or 2 meters from […]

How to stick with it when you don’t feel like it

You know it’s the best thing for you.  You know that this will make you feel better. You know that your symptoms will remain under control. . . If only you stick to eating within your dietary restrictions. And yet. . . somehow, you keep eating foods that aren’t the best for you. Why is […]

Living with Less

With limited access to stores, restaurants, entertainment and basically all of the usual amenities we are used to “normal” times, it can be frustrating to feel limited in what you can do or buy, and whom you can see in your day-to-day life. I’ve heard from so many people that they are feeling stressed and […]

Easing into the “New Normal,” Part 2

When you think about our “new normal” at the moment (during the COVID-19 pandemic), what does your daily life feel like to you? Is it very different from your life before “sheltering at home”? For many of us, life day-to-day is nothing like our lives before this all began in March 2020. With working from […]

Easing into the “New Normal,” part 1

 There’s no doubt about it, we’re living in a new reality. It might be one we didn’t ask for, and might be one that is throwing myriad new challenges our way–but whether we like it or not, it’s here. How are you adjusting? Are you finding ways to carve out new routines for yourself, or […]

Homemade Soft Gluten-Free Tortillas

[These easy-to-make tortillas are vegan, sugar-free, gluten-free,  dairy-free, egg free, soy-free, nut-free and low glycemic. Suitable for all stages on an anti-candida diet.] The first time I tasted a burrito, I was in my 40s (I know–gasp!). Even worse, I have never gotten to try an authentic (wheat flour-based) wrap. By the time I was […]