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Dealing With Brain Fatigue

Dealing With Brain Fatigue

The key to feeling better when you suffer from brain fog is eating moderate amounts of protein that contains some fats. Examples would be macadamia nuts, walnuts or pecans as well as avocados. One of the best fats for brain fatigue is coconut oil and coconut butter. Both proteins and fats support the adrenals. These […]

About the writer: Dr. Linda Solomon

Dr. Linda Solomon D.C., CCWFN works at TLC Holistic Wellness in Livonia. She has provided holistic and nutritional recommendations using live water, diet & whole food supplements for 29 years as a practicing chiropractor,certified clinical whole food nutritionist and wellness consultant.

Food of Month: Beans for Adrenal Health

Food of Month: Beans for Adrenal Health

I have a personal history when it comes to overcoming adrenal fatigue. When I was about 29, I was suffering from complete adrenal exhaustion. I was tired all the time, had no energy, could not sleep at night, and suffered from the pain of having eczema over almost my entire body. And the main factor […]

About the writer: Valerie Wilson

Valerie Wilson is a chef, author, counselor, and host of "Healthy Cooking with Macro Val" on BMSRadio. She teaches macrobiotic, vegan cooking classes in Westland, Mi.

Keeping The Body Healthy in the New Year

Keeping The Body Healthy in the New Year

The first thing to do to keep the body healthy is to clear the toxins out of the body. The liver works to filter the blood. What happens when the liver’s filter becomes congested with an excessive amount of waste? The liver must perform some 500 different valuable functions to keep the body well. When […]

About the writer: Dr. Linda Solomon

Dr. Linda Solomon D.C., CCWFN works at TLC Holistic Wellness in Livonia. She has provided holistic and nutritional recommendations using live water, diet & whole food supplements for 29 years as a practicing chiropractor,certified clinical whole food nutritionist and wellness consultant.

Food of Month: Crumpets

Food of Month: Crumpets

Being of English ancestry, I love everything English. Recently, I created a recipe for Crumpets. Ever since then, I cannot stop eating them. Most people probably have heard of them but have never tasted one. They are little, round, bread muffins, similar to English Muffins. They are light, airy, spongy and full of holes. Whether […]

About the writer: Valerie Wilson

Valerie Wilson is a chef, author, counselor, and host of "Healthy Cooking with Macro Val" on BMSRadio. She teaches macrobiotic, vegan cooking classes in Westland, Mi.

Tempeh: A Tasty, Protein-Rich Holiday Dish

Tempeh: A Tasty, Protein-Rich Holiday Dish

Protein food — it’s all the buzz in the food industry. Protein is one part of a healthy diet. There are three essential nutrients that the human body needs to maintain health and longevity. Protein is one of them, as are carbohydrates and fats. We as humans need all three in our diet in a […]

About the writer: Valerie Wilson

Valerie Wilson is a chef, author, counselor, and host of "Healthy Cooking with Macro Val" on BMSRadio. She teaches macrobiotic, vegan cooking classes in Westland, Mi.

Recipe of Month: Walnut Pie for Your Holiday Dinner

Walnut Pie Crust: 1/4 cup water 1/4 cup olive oil pinch sea salt 1 1/2 cups spelt flour Mix water, olive oil and sea salt together. Add flour and mix until you get a dough that will hold together. From into a flat, round, wrap in plastic wrap and refrigerate. Once cold, roll out in […]

About the writer: Valerie Wilson

Valerie Wilson is a chef, author, counselor, and host of "Healthy Cooking with Macro Val" on BMSRadio. She teaches macrobiotic, vegan cooking classes in Westland, Mi.

Food of the Month~ Root Vegetables

Food of the Month~ Root Vegetables

Parsnips, Carrots, Sweet potato, Daikon, Turnips, do you know what all these vegetables have in common? They are all root vegetables. Just like the name implies, it is the root of the plant. This is the strong, constrictive, downward moving energy of the plant, what we refer to as, yang. These root vegetables have the […]

About the writer: Valerie Wilson

Valerie Wilson is a chef, author, counselor, and host of "Healthy Cooking with Macro Val" on BMSRadio. She teaches macrobiotic, vegan cooking classes in Westland, Mi.