Tip #7: Say Goodbye to Coffee

This is a touchy subject — and I totally get that. People (worldwide!) are really attached to their morning cup of joe. But, as with any of the Health Hacks, I won’t post something unless: It’s something I personally practice and/or have struggled with I’ve experienced significant, tangible, verifiable success with it I’ve done the research […]

Tip #4: Build a Daily Water Habit

Before we even get started, go to the kitchen (right now — I’m totally serious!) and get yourself a big ol’ glass of water. It’s okay, I’ll absolutely wait until you come back. Got it? Great! Now take a few sips. YAY! You just did something super-amazing and super-important for your body! Virtual high-fives for everyone! Okay, let’s continue…! […]

Tip #1: When You Eat, Don’t Drink

This was one of the very first things my naturopath taught me. And, I thought he was nuts… at first. I mean, it sounds really woo-woo, doesn’t it? We’ve all been raised to have at least a glass of water or milk with our meals, and likely told by our parents that it helps get the food […]

Day 20 of 25: Improve Digestion

Proper digestion is something we often neglect to think about, especially during the holidays! Dr. Lee is back with some simple tips on how to improve nutrient absorption, boost metabolism, and reduce weight through healthy digestion. He also does a great demonstration (with skulls!) which concretely explains, for once and for all, why properly chewing your food is so vital! Click here to watch more of […]

Day 16 of 25: Good Ambassadorship

Today’s post is a gentle reminder to those of us who have been living an alternative nutritional lifestyle for an extended period of time to represent our “collective” in the best light possible. Being a good ambassador and “walking the walk” can go a long way towards positively influencing those around us, or at the very […]

Day 7 of 25: Seek Advice

One of the best ways to lead a healthier lifestyle, especially around the holidays, is to actively seek out the people who are living well all year round. Find out what they’re up to and how they manage to make it work for them. In essence — just ask! One thing I’ve quickly learned over the past eleven months is […]