This is all you need for baked gluten-free, lactose-free mac and cheese: Since my husband and I went gluten free four years ago, we were in search of pasta that wasn’t mushy, gross and actually tasted like pasta. We struck gold when we found Tinkyada brand pasta*. There are many varieties and shapes to choose … Read More
We all have the basic right to feel. What we feel defines our path in life and ultimately who we are. Feelings come from our senses, which we use to interpret the world around us. Senses are a gateway between our inner and outer world and give us the necessary data input to our systems. This data allows us to give meaning to our experiences and determines what we feel.
The vanilla avocado milkshake recipe was so popular, I thought I would post this variation for a chocolate milkshake. Enjoy!! CHOCOLATE AVOCADO MILKSHAKE Blend together in blender: 1/2 ripe avocado 1 1/2 cups unsweetened vanilla almond milk 4 tbsp honey 2 heaping tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder (higher quality cocoa powder = better milkshake) 8-10 ice cubes … Read More
In my old life, when I was eighty pounds overweight, I constantly drank and craved strawberry milkshakes. The seven hundred and ten calories, (in addition to twenty grams of fat and one hundred grams of sugar, in the form of high fructose corn syrup), somehow brought me relief. Much like my other addictions, the relief … Read More
There were times in my life when I wouldn’t eat to feel hunger instead of physical pain and there were times in my life when I overate to avoid feeling anything at all. Suffering from both extremes, I struggled to develop a healthy relationship to food. With the help of yoga, meditation and mindfulness, I … Read More
I have a guest blog published on Mad In America, “My Mood, My Choice.” It’s about how I learned to be the observer and become aware of what was going on in my body and in my mind, and how I came to realize that my mood was my choice. I was not my diagnosis, … Read More