I help people feel better.
Have you tried everything but are still sick? Do you have symptoms that are often dismissed as being “inside your head?” Are you tired of feeling tired? I can help.
I’ll help you get to the root cause of WHY your symptoms are appearing in the first place. I’ll be your mentor, cheerleader, and accountability partner as we close the gap between your current health and your best health.
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Most people believe that heartburn or acid reflux is the result of too much stomach acid. Nothing could be further from the truth. Counterintuitively, these conditions are the result of too LITTLE stomach acid. The Role of Stomach Acid We need our stomachs to maintain a highly acidic environment [...]
A couple months ago, I asked my email subscribers and social media followers to answer a single question: What’s your biggest health concern? I asked because I have a deep desire to solve health-related problems, and I was interested in knowing what people might be [...]
If my friend, Susan, ingests even a trace of gluten, she'll likely need to make a mad dash to the bathroom or she'll double over in pain for hours. Susan has celiac disease. If my daughter, Emma, ingests gluten, she hears voices. But what about the rest of us? [...]
Over the long weekend, I hiked a trail I’d never hiked before. It was a perfect summer day, the kind of day that Mainers dream about in the dead of winter: when the wind howls through the windows, the snow swirls in frenzied circles, and [...]
Last night I had a gaggle of teenagers—my daughter’s friends—at my house for dinner. At times like these, I struggle with what food I should offer. The “health coach side” of me wants to serve up boatloads of hearty nutrition while the “practical side” of [...]
My daughter, Emma,* recently admitted to me that she's been experiencing a fair number of anxiety symptoms lately. Anxiety and depression plagued her a couple years ago during high school. (Anxiety kept her from doing things she wanted to do. Depression caused her to sob uncontrollably—curled [...]