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March Recipes

March Recipes

After a long winter without fresh, newly sprouted produce, I crave baby spring vegetables, like tiny tender greens, spring peas, pencil-thin asparagus, baby artichokes, and nutrient-packed sprouts. I shared this with Chef Q, and she was just as inspired to create a...

The Truth About Love: A Guest Blog by Dr. Jay Ferraro

The Truth About Love: A Guest Blog by Dr. Jay Ferraro

In honor of Valentine’s Day, I’ve asked my friend and relationship guru Dr. Jay Ferraro, whom I also featured in my book, Vibrant, forthcoming in March, to write a guest blog about romance. My husband and I have worked with him for many years, and he is the expert at...

Date Night at Home Recipes

Date Night at Home Recipes

This light, fresh, three-course dinner is romantically fancy but easy to prepare, and it won’t weigh you down or leave you feeling overly stuffed, so you’ll have plenty of energy leftover for…more passionate pursuits.Grilled Romaine Wedge Serves 2Ingredients 3...

March Recipes

March Recipes

After a long winter without fresh, newly sprouted produce, I crave baby spring vegetables, like tiny tender greens, spring peas, pencil-thin asparagus, baby artichokes, and nutrient-packed sprouts. I shared this with Chef Q, and she was just as inspired to create a...

The Truth About Love: A Guest Blog by Dr. Jay Ferraro

The Truth About Love: A Guest Blog by Dr. Jay Ferraro

In honor of Valentine’s Day, I’ve asked my friend and relationship guru Dr. Jay Ferraro, whom I also featured in my book, Vibrant, forthcoming in March, to write a guest blog about romance. My husband and I have worked with him for many years, and he is the expert at...

Date Night at Home Recipes

Date Night at Home Recipes

This light, fresh, three-course dinner is romantically fancy but easy to prepare, and it won’t weigh you down or leave you feeling overly stuffed, so you’ll have plenty of energy leftover for…more passionate pursuits.Grilled Romaine Wedge Serves 2Ingredients 3...

The Most Well-Researched (And Best) Diet

The Most Well-Researched (And Best) Diet

A lot of people will tell you they know what the best diet is, but there is only one diet that has the most research support and is recommended by the majority of health professionals as the healthiest diet known to us. It’s a diet that is not only rich in fiber,...

January Recipes

January Recipes

You may know by now that I’m not big on cleanses because, barring extreme circumstances, the body already takes care of most of your detoxification needs. That doesn’t mean January isn’t a great time for a dietary reboot, however, and that’s just what this lovely day...

Detox Your Social Life

Detox Your Social Life

January is detox month, cleanse month, “fresh start” month, and social media is filled with suggestions for new diets, cleanses, and ways to detoxify the body. Maybe you have started a new diet or are trying a juice cleanse or experimenting with intermittent fasting....

Vibrant Resolutions

Vibrant Resolutions

The year is almost over, and many of us will be happy to see 2020 fade away in our rearview mirrors. I for one can’t wait to toast the new year and start fresh, but unfortunately, people are still feeling anxious, lonely, isolated, or burned out. That can make the...

Vibrant Holiday Recipes

Vibrant Holiday Recipes

I always look forward to the holiday season, but I don’t look forward to feeling overly stuffed, tired, or guilty after overindulging. For years now, I’ve been remaking my celebratory holiday dinners into lighter, more nutrient-packed, fiber-filled, and nutritious...

Movement Tips for Staying Healthy at Home

Movement Tips for Staying Healthy at Home

Exercise classes are cancelled, gyms or closed (or their open, but you just can’t), the weather is getting colder every day, and walking outside is getting less and less appealing. But don’t give up on exercise! It’s easy to get out of the exercise habit when the way...

Healthy Thanksgiving Recipe

Healthy Thanksgiving Recipe

I don’t normally eat dessert, but Thanksgiving always feels like a reason to celebrate with a little sweetness. The problem with holiday desserts is that they often contain ingredients I don’t want, or the portions size is just too big. That’s why I love these...

The Real Secret to Staying Well This Winter

The Real Secret to Staying Well This Winter

It’s confusing. So much health “news,” so many people so sure of one thing or another, so much controversy, so many contradictions--it’s no wonder people don’t know what to think. But if you want to avoid catching a virus this winter (whether the cold, the flu, or,...

Your Holiday Self-Care Prescription

Your Holiday Self-Care Prescription

In November, as the holiday season looms, I’m tackling self-care because there is no better time to take a minute and remember what’s really important (your health!) as we all brace ourselves to deal with what will surely be a strange and atypical holiday season. Will...

Deconstructing the PSL

Deconstructing the PSL

Maybe knowing that we’re all anxious to get 2020 over and done with, Starbucks released their famous (or notorious, depending on your perspective) Pumpkin Spice Latte in August this year. August! That’s more time than ever before for all you pumpkin spice afficionados...

Social Isolation and the Coronavirus Pandemic

Social Isolation and the Coronavirus Pandemic

As I write this, we are in the midst of a global pandemic that has resulted in people all over the world staying home and staying away from others. When we do go out, many (depending on where they live and their health status) must wear masks that cover their faces....

Deep Sleep And Brain Health

Deep Sleep And Brain Health

You want it. You crave it. You can’t wait to get more. But somehow, it eludes you. It’s sleep, and most people aren’t getting enough. A poor diet, alcohol, caffeine, anxiety, and stress can all interfere with a good night’s sleep, but what you might not know is the...

Benefits of Continuous Glucose Monitoring | Vibrant Doc

Benefits of Continuous Glucose Monitoring | Vibrant Doc

If you have diabetes, you are probably a pro at monitoring your own blood sugar. Whether you take periodic finger-stick tests throughout the day or you use the new continuous glucose monitoring technology, you already know how important it is to keep track of what...

What To Know About Fad Diets, and How to Actually Lose Weight

What To Know About Fad Diets, and How to Actually Lose Weight

If there’s one thing that never goes out of style, it’s a fad diet. “I’ll sell you X, Y, or Z for easy weight loss” is a trick as old as the hills. Sometimes it’s a book touting some special tricks you’ve never heard of before, an article or a membership site with...

Six Questions to Determine Your Exercise Personality

Six Questions to Determine Your Exercise Personality

Whether you are exercising at home, social distancing when you walk the neighborhood or hike the trails, or are keeping a treadmill-width apart from the next person at the newly re-opened gym, I hope you are exercising. Exercise is so important for your physical as...

How to Be Healthier at Home

How to Be Healthier at Home

I saw a startling article the other day, from a job discovery platform called DirectlyApply. It showed what remote workers could look like in 25 years. God willing, we won’t all still be stuck at home and social distancing for a quarter of a century, but I do suspect...

Types of Moving Meditation | VibrantDoc

Types of Moving Meditation | VibrantDoc

Meditation is an important part of my life (and an essential part of my stress management efforts), but people often tell me, “Oh, I could never meditate!” They say they are too impatient, they don’t like to sit still, they can’t quiet their minds, they are too busy,...

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