We’re wrapping up another 28 Day Reset, and it’s always a little bittersweet for me to say goodbye.
This group was extra amazing, though, and I loved our time together.
While we work on diet, of course, we also work on a few other things on the Reset.
One of these things is the concept of “Leisure Time”.
I’ll ask my new clients what
I never really wanted to be anything when I grew up. I just always thought I would become a mom.
As a kid, I was chubby and quiet. I loved to read, and I had a few close friends instead of a big crowd of buddies. I was shy and unsure of myself. My mom had contracted Type 1 Diabetes at the age of 4, and her disease pretty much ran
I call my 28 Day Program a “reset”. And someone asked this question:
What exactly are you resetting?
Then he added, “this is a serious question”.
So I took it seriously.
On one hand, I just had to give my program a title, and the word reset sounded like it encompassed the sort of help I wanted to extend to women.
The word #reset means “to set, adjust,
“Your labs look normal”.
How many women have heard these words from their doctor’s mouth? And how many women are still presenting with severe hormone imbalance, low thyroid function, gut issues, and complete exhaustion.
Your regular labs may look normal, but regular labs simply scratch the surface of chronic illness. They work well to diagnose acute illness and to look for life-threatening issues, but for chronic idiopathic (no known origin) conditions like the ones listed above, regular labs
It’s quarantine. I’m bored. I went with an overly dramatic title and visions of The Lord of The Rings in my head.
It indeed feels like a #SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth) journey is more intense than a journey through Middle Earth.
I wanted to say, “from the depths of the bowels” but that seemed gross. Fun fact about me: not only do my kids make fun