Like so many other chronic illnesses that are on the rise in America, we are seeing an increase incidence of reactivated or chronic Epstein-Barr virus in our practice. What’s causing what’s normally an incredibly rare and benign condition to suddenly become such an issue for many? Let’s take a closer look.
Whether our goals are health related or the progress we are trying to make is toward something else, like following a calling, resistance prevents us from doing what we are meant to do and being who we are meant to be.
Who doesn’t love a one pot dinner? Perfect for quick, easy, weeknight dinners, skillet meals can be made in about 15 minutes. The best part? The quick and easy extends to the clean up. Just one pan!
With Valentine’s Day coming up many of us are focused on romantic love or lavishing love and goodies on our kids. This is important, but what about showering a little love on yourself?
If you’re looking for healthy Valentine’s treats to make for those you love, try these healthy chocolate “truffles”! Raw cacao, combined with your favorite nut butter, some coconut oil, ground flax, a clean protein powder and just a touch of honey make these a guilt-free, healthy treat that everyone will love!
Much of the research on CFS have only been released in the past year or two, but they all indicate one thing – Chronic fatigue syndrome is very real. It’s time we shine a light on this debilitating illness.
Enjoy these gluten-free applesauce pancakes for breakfast!