In my last article, I went broke down the epidemic that’s plaguing us all—hypochloridia, which is a fancy way to say “low-stomach acid.” This article is going to be a little more fun because I’m going to give you some tools you can do yourself to test your own stomach acid status as well as teach you how to reverse the issue. I also want to throw in a couple other suggestions, mainly things I like to recommend to my clients to better improve their overall digestive health.
Let’s get into it…
In the previous article, I wrote a short intro to intermittent fasting (IF). If you are already aware of IF, you may have read or heard of the controversy regarding women not feeling all that great when restricting calories in the morning. Some women report being too alert in the evening, impacting their sleep, adrenal fatigue, irregular menstrual cycles and other hormone dysregulation (1). Or you may be one of those people who attempt IF, but can’t deal with the feeling of becoming what I like to call “hangry” in the morning. Well no more!
This article is about a meal replacement recipe I designed that helps you stimulate IF (more…)
There’s been a lot of controversy in the news lately questioning the effectiveness of multivitamins. Reports alleging that vitamins may in fact do nothing for our health and other reports go as far as stating that these health pills can be actually harmful (1). My rebuttal to all this hoopla is a big it depends… Because truly there are many useful supplements out there that I wholeheartedly believe to be perfectly safe and dare I say, effective. (more…)
I love making easy, but perceivably fancy meals. Straight out of Abel James’s and George Bryant’s Caveman Feast app, was this super tasty, low-glycemic, nutrient rich meal. More info on the app can be found here. This meal is about 20% protein, 20% carbohydrates and 60% fats; serving size is about 3-4. (more…)