The Basic Macrobiotics blog features super simple, natural, seasonally appropriate and delicious meals based on Oriental medicine principles. We also inspire natural lifestyle, fitness, and self-cultivation practices to help you live a truly great life!
Here is an outline of what to expect during your Health Coaching Session.
Strong Spirit Woman (SSW) Health Coaching Process + Testimonials. Discover the best diet, lifestyle practices, & divine calling as you learn to trust your true nature for a healthy, happy life.
Learn how to organize and declutter your home, even if you are a right-brain, creative or harmonizer type. My adventures in organizing and book reviews.
My review of Real Life Organizing: Clean And Clutter-Free in 15 Minutes A Day, by Cassandra Aarssen, my all-time favorite new book on organizing.
Here are some of my favorite simple low-carb healthy snacks that pack well to take to go.
Here are details of our Trust Your True Nature low-carb diet, with explanations of what we eat and why.
These Low-Carb Stuffed Peppers made using grass-fed ground beef are simple, healthy, and delicious!
Declutter your photos, and let go of any that stir up bad memories. Keep your favorites to truly cherish.
Learning how to tune-in with meditation and mindfulness is key to truly knowing yourself and finding internal peace and happiness.
This Easy Honey Baked Chicken is SO Delicious!
This Citrus Herb Roasted Chicken Thighs recipe is super easy, with few ingredients.
Connect with nature to attune your energy and help you feel more grounded, clear, and at peace.
Full Range fitness methods, tips and tricks
This Easy Broccoli Soup Recipe is made creamy using cashews. You'll want to make this one often!
QB Greens refers to two super easy and quick methods for preparing greens that come out bright and tender, and are more enjoyable than just steaming them.
Cleaning and organizing are an important part of the Strong Spirit Woman total life makeover process, to improve mental clarity and peace of mind and space.
These healthy coffee alternatives are unbelievably good! You'll want to check them out!
The Basic Macrobiotics site name will be changing from BasicMacrobiotics.com to www.TrustYourTrueNature.com to better reflect our true nature, and how we can be of service. Trust your true nature will help you align with what is the most natural path for you to feel your best, and fully express You!
A study of individuals who self-reported following a gluten-free diet found that they have significantly higher concentrations of total urinary arsenic and cadmium and higher total blood mercury than people not following gluten-free diets. The urinary total arsenic was nearly double among those on a gluten-free diet, compared to those not on a gluten freed diet.
Rice is a potential source of both arsenic and mercury exposure. It is possible that people who are avoiding gluten are getting excessive exposure to arsenic and mercury through higher consumption of rice-based products.
If you do not have properly diagnosed celiac disease or gluten intolerance, it is wise to consume a mix of starchy whole foods including gluten-containing grains such as wheat, barley, and rye.
To read the original study, published in the journal Epidemiology, click on the link below.
Dr. Greger discusses some research indicating that consuming just a small amount of seaweed daily – about 5 g – may be beneficial for women suffering from endometriosis.
How to get a lean strong waist using macrobiotic diet and strength training