Thanksgiving is a holiday that is about celebrating friends and family and being thankful for the many blessings in our lives. It has always been my favorite holiday! Any excuse to spend a day creating delicious food, feeding those that I love, and partaking in a mouthwatering feast is a food lover’s dream come true. […]
High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, is a common condition that affects 1 in every 3 adults in the United States. Although hypertension typically has no signs or symptoms, it can lead to serious complications such as heart attack, stroke, heart failure, and kidney failure. There are many different conditions that can contribute to […]
A healthy Paleo lifestyle can go a long way in helping to boost your immune system and prevent you from getting a cold or flu virus. But sometimes, no matter how squeaky clean your diet is or how well you are taking care of yourself, you may find that you have succumbed to the latest virus […]
I’ve been following a customized version of the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) for quite some time now. Last month, I went back on strict AIP because I had some symptoms of myasthenia gravis that were creeping back (mostly a drooping eyelid). I’ve noticed an improvement since going to strict AIP and I plan on sticking […]
In this episode, Katy and Chelsea interview Matt Shaffer of Yourlivingbody.com. Matt shares his story of educating others about fitness and nutrition, while balancing his work as an ER nurse. Discover tips and tricks to formulate fitness goals for maximum success and make the most of your living body!
The arrival of autumn and the onset of cooler temperatures marks the start of cold and flu season. This year, many people are also concerned about the Ebola virus, which was recently diagnosed for the first time in the United States. Regardless of what viral infections are making their rounds in your community this season, […]
I used to spend hours each week doing cardiovascular endurance training: running, biking, swimming laps, step classes, kickboxing, etc. I suffered multiple athletic injuries over the years and only rarely took a day off. When I was first diagnosed with autoimmune disease, I was in the middle of training for a marathon. I was addicted […]