The Stress – Immune Connection

By Eva Medcroft | August 6, 2020 | 0 Comments

Stop Emotional Eating with a “Hunger Game”

By Eva Medcroft | July 26, 2020 | 0 Comments

Learn the difference between emotional hunger and physical hunger and overcome emotional eating with this fun game! Click here to schedule a free consultation to learn how we can overcome emotional eating.

My best kept secret for improving digestion…

By Eva Medcroft | July 23, 2020 | 0 Comments

Before I share my best kept secret with you for better digestion, you’re probably asking: What is so important about having better digestion? Ugh…digestive problems suck! Gas, bloating, reflux, stomach cramps, diarrhea, constipation, irritable bowel syndrome or inflammatory bowel disease make us miserable and can really interfere with your daily life. Your gastrointestinal tract (GI)…

Coronavirus: Take Control of Your Health and Boost Your Immunity

By Eva Medcroft | April 4, 2020

So much may feel out of your control right now. But for your health, it’s important to take stock of what you are able to influence.  There are a lot of ways you can improve your resistance to the virus. According to the Functional Nutrition Alliance, here are a few tips to boost your immunity.…

Quick Grab: Protein Power Bowl

By Eva Medcroft | April 1, 2020

Quick Grab: Protein Power Bowl Whether you are working on the go or busy working at home, it helps to have easy, nutrient-dense meals ready to go. This recipe is packed with anti-inflammatory super foods that keep your blood sugar levels stabilized and boost your immunity. Protein Power Bowl Handful of power greens 1/2 c…

Green Super Power Shake

By Eva Medcroft | March 30, 2020

Here is another super immune boosting shake with the super nutrient spirulina. large handful of organic power greens (mix of baby kale and baby spinach) 1.5 – 2 c frozen organic mangos (or pineapple) 1 scoop vanilla or unflavored vegetable protein powder (I use Vanilla Sunwarrior Organic Plant-Based Protein powder. You can use any protein powder, just…

3.29.20 Food For Thought

By Eva Medcroft | March 29, 2020

Boost Your Immune System with an Anti-Inflammatory Shake

By Eva Medcroft | March 27, 2020

Boost Your Immune System When you’re stressed, it’s even more important to eat nutrient dense foods that boost your immune system and reduce inflammation. This shake is my go-to for doing just that. I typically keep several on hand for myself and my family. They are great if you’re on the go or, more likely…

3.18.20 Food for Thought

By Eva Medcroft | March 18, 2020

Nutrition for your mind and soul 🙂

Mindful Eating – More Important Than Your Diet?

By Eva Medcroft | March 7, 2020

Inhaling lunch while working. Eating breakfast on the way to work. Dinners spent scrolling through social media. In our modern lives, multi-tasking has become the norm. But stressful, multi-tasking through rushed meals can have a huge negative impact on our health. Stress causes our bodies to release hormones that not only increase our blood pressure…

2.29.20 Food For Thought

By Eva Medcroft | February 29, 2020

Nourishment fo the mind and soul. #FoodForThought #BeBrave Thanks Jill!

2.26.20 Food For Thought

By Eva Medcroft | February 26, 2020

Nourishment for the mind and soul. #FoodForThought #Authenticity

2.23.20 Food for Thought

By Eva Medcroft | February 23, 2020

Nourishment for the Mind & Soul PS – Thank you Jill 🙂

Curb Cravings With Healthy Fat…Plus A Bit Of Spice

By Eva Medcroft | February 23, 2020

When our natural diet is out of balance, we experience spikes in energy followed by a crash that causes us to crave more food, sugar and caffeine. This spike and crash cycle is known as the blood sugar roller coaster. In the 1980’s, the low-fat diet took the US by storm. Several studies at the time…

2.16.20 – Food for Thought

By Eva Medcroft | February 22, 2020

Nourishment for the Mind & Soul #FoodForthought

Trauma, abuse and other intense stressors have a major impact on your life. They impact your work, your relationships, your health and even your ability to think straight.

It can also lead to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Complex Traumatic Stress Disorder (CPTSD).

But our brains are resilient and can heal through neural plasticity. In addition to more traditional modalities, coaching can help you develop brain-healthy habits.

PTSD Overview  |  Abuse Resources & Recovery

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