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by Carly Neubert, BA, NC October 20, 2015
If you want to get more Omega 3 fish oil (because who doesn’t) try my Sassy Sardine Salad.
Some people crinkle their nose when I recommend sardines but most people are pleasantly surprised by their yummy salty taste. The lemon, pepper flakes, and mustard are sure to make you smile.
1 can sardines packed in Olive Oil (this helps the taste)
2 tsp of prepared mustard
1 rib chopped celery
Juice of 1 lemon
red pepper flakes (optional)
1 cucumber sliced (optional)
Drain sardine oil into a cup or bowl.
Combine all ingredients. Don’t over mix, or the sardines will fall apart and become too mushy. If your salad seems dry, add some of the olive oil from the sardine can.
Slice cucumber and dip into Sassy Sardine Salad.
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by Carly Neubert, BA, NC May 05, 2021
The weather is getting warmer, and our skin is suffering as a result. If you’re like me, you carry around hand lotion wherever you go to keep dry skin at bay. What if this isn’t enough? Vital Proteins has the key – pasture raised collagen peptides.
by Carly Neubert, BA, NC April 21, 2021
Flora, flora, flora. Many studies (as well as our own articles) have shown that maintaining a healthy and balanced intestinal flora is one of the key components of overall well-being. Building on this idea, many healthcare practitioners have now begun to examine the correlations between gut and vaginal flora. Basically, a healthy balance of gut flora has the same corresponding benefits as vaginal flora.
by Carly Neubert, BA, NC April 17, 2021
We usually think about histamine related to seasonal allergies. But histamine has many more functions in your body. It is a natural part of your immune system and your digestion. It is a neurotransmitter that sends messages from your brain to your body. When histamine is created and released in your body, it causes an inflammatory response. Histamine is a warning flag that alerts your immune system and cells to be on guard for invaders. Histamine is in your stomach acid and helps to digest the foods you eat. It is the main culprit in the rising cases of Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS) and histamine intolerance.