Entries by kimhealth

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Client Highlight: Meet Taylor

Meet Taylor. Taylor is a beautiful, smart, and athletic university student that came to me as a last resort to help deal with pain from a condition called Ankylosing Spondylitis (AS). AS is a form of arthritis that mainly affects the spine, lower back and sacroiliac joints. At 23 years old, Taylor had already tried […]

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Do You Struggle With Heartburn, Bloating Or Gas?

Making the connections between what you’re eating and how you feel is crucial for long term sustainability. Most of us have never been taught to do this. Diets will never be the answer. Making the connection between how you feel and what you’re eating is the key to staying motivated and integrating a healthier diet […]

Believe In Yourself

I thought you may need some inspiration on this rainy Monday. A few weeks ago, I had an appointment with a beautiful young client that came to me for weight loss as well as few other issues such as inflammation, migraines and cravings. She hadn’t been seeing any progress over the last couple of sessions. […]

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Eggs With Greens and Sauerkraut Relish

I hope you’re having a great summer. If you’re like me, the kale in your garden is plentiful and your weekly vegetable basket is full of greens. I wanted to share this super easy breakfast idea to help you use up those leafies. If you like it, scale it up and make a double or […]

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Client Highlight; Meet Stephanie

Meet Stephanie; Stephanie is a very busy, very active mom of two amazing teens that works full time, travels a lot and manages her farm. Stephanie came to me for weight loss and thyroid problems. She also presented with cravings, migraines, some bowel issues as well as recurring urinary tract infections. Stephanie loves good food […]

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Client Highlight: Meet Kiana

The young gal you’re about to meet is pretty special to me. She’s my kid! When Kiana asked me about doing a Metabolic Balance plan to help shed a few extra pounds, I had my reservations. Working with people you’re close to in a consulting role is hard. I also come across so many people […]

What Does Stress Management Look Like For You?

A holistic approach involves looking at all of you. In my last blog, I discussed how simply cooking your own food is a giant act of self-care. When I ask clients what they do to manage their stress, I usually get a blink, blink followed by a blank stare. It’s not because my clients aren’t […]

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What Self Care Looks Like For Me

The pandemic was hard on my business like so many others. Apparently people aren’t into overhauling their diet when they’re just treading water. The good news is that business has picked up. With a busier schedule, I’ve found myself having to practice what I preach. As many of my clients know, a holistic approach involves […]

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Client Highlight; Meet Stephanie

My clients are my biggest source of inspiration. I hope this gorgeous young gal’s story inspires you. Meet Stephanie, Stephanie is a 26 year old veterinary technician. Her warm smile and bubbly personality never fails to light up the room. She works full time, has several fur babies as well as a boyfriend and family […]

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The Case For Real Food

I find myself constantly arguing the case for real food. Moving away from preparing our own nourishment hasn’t been good for us. We’re a culture that pride ourselves on being hyper busy. So why should you waste your time cooking your own food when there are so many convenient and tasty options? Because food manufacturers […]