A resolution is a firm decision to do a determined goal and sounds just so overwhelming. An intention is an aim or a plan and resonates more with where my heart is this year. I love the word intention because in medicine it means the ‘healing process of a wound’ and that is exactly what I hope 2022 has in store for us.
Cookies, cocktails, and candy aplenty. The holiday season is filled with things that taste awesome but leave our bodies full of toxins. Let's help your body get back on track in January with another round of the 28-day detox!
It’s a season of gift-giving and why not make it healthy! Food Foundation is truly a lifestyle for me and my family and yes, it does even extend to giving gifts. Here are a few of my favorite things and suggestions for your holiday shopping.
Thanksgiving, Diwali, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Christmas, New Year; the holidays are here and I have a few tips and tricks to help you navigate these indulgent meals with the least amount of digestive pain possible.
As I was thinking about my Thanksgiving post for this year, I realized I have so many recipes in my archive that you could make an entire Thanksgiving meal of healthier recipes from Food Foundation!
I’ve got you covered with 3 healthy Halloween treats (and they will live up to your Pinterest dreams)! Whether it's a few finger foods for the adults or some sweet pumpkins for your little ones, these snacks are super cute and healthy to boot.
Pumpkins. They’re awkwardly beautiful in so many shapes and sizes. I love the fall colors, and they symbolize the harvest when it’s time to pick and store the last bits of produce from the garden.
I named my company Food Foundation because I believe in the healing power of food and I love to educate others on how to build a foundation of good health. But when does good meaning advice turn into an obsessive problem?
I love clam chowder and crave it come the first autumn wind. I used to live on the same block as the Gulf Coast Grill in San Diego where they served their chowder with bacon and a spicy kick.
I think one of the most rewarding and fun things you can do for your health is to own a pet. Yes, they are a lot of work and not particularly easy, but the health benefits can far outweigh the extra time and expense.