Are you ready to:
Release toxins from your tissues;
Reset your digestive system;
Learn how food affects the way you feel;
Get your cravings under control;
Discover how to attune to your body's unique needs, and activate your natural healing potential
If so, then get ready to jumpstart your health transformation with the 14 Day Reset Cleanse! The cleanse includes a step-by-step manual with detailed easy to follow instructions, daily meal plans, recipes and lots of helpful info. You will receive daily email support and belong to a private Facebook group community to support, encourage, and cheer each other on. You will also have regular email access to me for any questions that come up during the cleanse. The cleanse begins on Friday, January 27th, so Friday, Saturday and Sunday are prep days before you begin the actual cleanse on Monday, January 30th. If you've promised yourself that this is the year you are finally going to get healthy, then invest $50 in yourself (the cost of the cleanse) and email today to reserve your spot: firstname.lastname@example.org
Starting the week of December 5th, I will be working out of The Saratoga Day Spa offering Reiki, Chakra Clearing and Health Coaching. I'm so excited to be in downtown Saratoga Springs working at such an awesome spa! The Saratoga Day Spa is located at 376 Broadway, Suite 21A, and if you are in the area, please call and make an appointment to see me for any of the services I offer (518-301-0407). If you are suffering from low energy, poor digestion, stress or anything else that is keeping you from moving forward on your health journey, then consider energy healing - to re-balance and align your energy flow and remove any blockages that may be interfering with you being the healthiest you can be. I continue to do Health Coaching by phone or online, so location is not an issue! Hope to hear from you soon!
I went to the Farmers Market today. The market in Saratoga Springs, New York takes place every weekend all year long (it's inside for the winter months). There is an incredible collection of local farms offering beautiful produce, fresh baked breads, artisan cheeses, local honey, as well as an amazing variety of artists offering pottery, handmade soaps, jewelry and other special items. I like to go to the market and get inspired. I often see some interesting vegetable or a variey of vegetables that get me thinking - wow, I could roast that squash with some fresh herbs and stuff it with those beautiful peppers, well, you get the idea. Today, I came across something I had never seen before. A lion's head mushroom. It looked like a white coral that you might find underwater, but the texture was soft like a mane.
So I decided to cook something new. I was told to cook it low and slow. So, I sliced it up, warmed up some coconut oil in my trusty cast iron skillet, and let it cook nice and slow. After about 12 minutes, it began to caramelize nicely, so I flipped the slices over and let the other side brown. A sprinkle of a little sea salt and some pepper and it was done.
The farmer told me that the mushrooms taste like lobster claws, and I have to say they had the mouthfeel of something succulent, but earthy. They were delicious. I served them up with some steamed lacinato kale, also from the farmers market (topped with a little balsamic vinegar). I love to discover new foods and challenge myself to create new recipes. I'm also a really big mushroom fan, so I was super excited to try this new mushroom. And for those of you saying, what kind of dinner is kale and mushrooms? Well, remember that dinner should be the lightest meal of the day (not the heaviest!), as your body gets ready to shut down and detox for the night. Try eating a lighter dinner and see how you feel!