Today on the Live Well Podcast we’ll be exploring relationships and autoimmune disease with Whitney Shook. Whitney is a Nutritional Therapy Consultant focused on helping women feel less alone as they work on navigating autoimmune disease. She runs Rooted in Healing, a lifestyle blog for women struggling with chronic illness, as well as an online nutrition practice.Read More
I’m so excited to have Sarah Kolman on the podcast to speak about the importance of mindset and the concept of “being” versus “doing.” We all know our “to-do” list that can drive our days, but today Sarah is going to introduce you to the concept of your “to-be” list. If you are someone who has made dietary changes but aren’t finding relief from symptoms, paying attention to mindset and how you react and relate to your symptoms might be the missing piece of your healing journey.Read More
When it comes to autoimmune disease there is no one size fits all approach, medication, dietary protocol, or even lifestyle change that will provide healing benefits to ever single person. We all have unique histories, genetics, environments and patterns of responding and that is why standardized approaches to complex health challenges like autoimmune disease only have limited success. We can't be certain of anything until we actually try and implement changes in our own lives.
The Autoimmune Healing Intensive is a comprehensive healing program delivered by 30+ of the leading autoimmune specialists including Dr. Sarah Ballantyne, Dr. Terry Wahls and Sally Fallon Morell, founder of the Weston A. Price Foundation (all bundled up in one place). It will be available for a limited time from January 1st - 31st 2018.Read More
Traveling, exploring and immersing myself in new cultures is what I love and something I value deeply. If I’m in your hometown I want to eat and drink everything you do and fully embrace what it means to be from that corner of the world. It feels important to me. I also want to feel good in my body, eat to fuel myself and keep my stomach, skin and immune system happy. These things are also important to me. So where do I strike a balance? How do I navigate between these two desires in a way that isn’t totally stressful?Read More