“GREENS!” & FAVE THINGS

I am frequently asked about products and resources that I recommend through my practice. So I have added a STORE, with many of my favorite products, and this page where I will add links to websites, books and resources that I use on a regular basis.

But First, here is my MOST RECOMMENDED product, one that I use personally every single day, and have found to be the best “greens/diet shake/wellness smoothie/multi-vitamin, “pretty-much-everything-I-need-for-daily-health-, in one easy to use wellness shake! Whew! It’s all that, and tastes amazing!! GREENS FIRST!!

Greens First

Check out its ingredients, and order some for yourself here!!

 

links, likes, and more of my fave resources

Environmental Working Group:      www.ewg.org      This website is a plethora of information about toxins in our food and environment and how to avoid them. Check out their updated list about top produce to buy organic. The Dirty Dozen and Clean 15.

EWG’s Food Scores:     www.ewg.org/foodscores          This site is awesome to scan any food product and get it’s healthy food score.  Great to help avoid GMO, and understand exactly what is in your food.

EWG’s Tap Water DataBase:   www.ewg.org/tap-water          An excellent resource for looking up the quality of water in your area, and then recommendations for best water sources. Their info on bottled water is pretty enlightening.

Safe Cosmetic DataBase:     www.ewg.org/skindeep      A great place to look up any beauty product to determine if it has nasty toxic ingredients, fragrances, or common allergens. I also love their sunscreen guide.

My favorite sites for Cancer Prevention and Nutrition:

My favorite nutrition/wellness websites and blogs:

Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine information, latest research, etc.:

  • Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine            www.jtcm.com
  • Society for Acupuncture Research       www.acupunctureresearch.org
  • Acufinder, a great resource for finding an acupuncturist in your area    www.acufinder.com
  • Acupuncture Today, a monthly publication for Acupuncturists, with great articles               www.acupuncturetoday.com
  • NCCAOM (National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine), where you can learn about the education and credentials behind becoming an acupuncturist.       www.nccaom.org

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