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July 21, 2018

On the fence about hiring a health coach? Check out this cool article with perspective and experience from my client, Eleanor! . 

May 30, 2017

It is getting to be that time of year that I love, time for farmers market. What is your favorite farmers market? Why should you shop and eat local? Here is a few reasons why;

It’s Healthier When it’s freshly pulled from the ground or picked from the tree from a farm near you, your produce is more alive and retains more nutrients. It tastes better with produce traveling just a few hours or less from a local farm, produce is fresher and you can taste the difference

It’s Earth Friendly Delivering local produce to your neighborhood burns less fossil fuel, which is kinder to Mother Nature. Don’t pay airfare for your apples! It Helps Your Neighbors Buying directly from a local farmer supports YOUR community’s economy and creates more jobs for local residents.

Simple Ways to Go Local……

MEET YOUR FARMERS!

 Meet Your Farmers Don’t be shy – step up and get to know your local food purveyors. Most farm stand managers will gladly answer questions. You’ll get to know more about the origin of your food,...

April 11, 2017

You may be different than me, but when spring hits I feel renewed. It is like a fire was fire is lit inside me! Inspiration and energy are plentiful during this time and it gives you more time to focus on your health goals. The spring is the perfect time to start your detox because you will likely stick to it! Here are some quick tips to get you started!

It all starts with your diet...

Get rid of all those foods that come processed or in a can. This is a great way to eliminate toxins in your body. It really helps to eat organic foods like veggies and fruits for a great start in your detox. Eliminating things like sugar, caffeine, alcohol, dairy, wheat, soy, and eggs while you are on a detox due to the allergens they contain.

Show me the Green

Green foods are some of the best things you can eat. Foods like parsley, spinach, peas, mustard greens, fennel, watercress, and asparagus. These are all great nutrient sources in your body. You can also eat foods like Swiss Chard, kale, and collards;...

March 1, 2017

The arrival of spring brings a change in the weather. When it starts getting a little warm outside you may want to switch that hot chocolate for a summer-inspired drink that’s cool and refreshing.
 

Spring is the most unpredictable of all seasons, it can be as hot as a summer day, or it can be as cold as a winter day. Such deviations in temperature effect our skin, hair and overall health so much that it becomes necessary to take precautions against it.

Spring is known as natural detox season and with it comes all the green, leafy, fresh vegetables and fruits. There is an urge to detoxify oneself after a long winter and all those spicy hot drinks with very little water intake. 

Have you subscribed to my newsletters? If not you can do it on the homepage of my website: www.encompassingyou.com 

 I will be sending out information on the biggest 3 day Spring Detox I have ever done!! I will be working with local business's to promote the healthiest you! 
This detox will inco...

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