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If you're here, you'll find nutritional topics and advice from myself, Tamara Luck, RDN. Grab your coffee (or tea) and stay awhile.

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Besides flowers, May brought some exciting things! Several clients passed parasites, we’ve improved stubborn cases of insomnia, some clients have lost weight by eating MORE and other clients are celebrating getting pregnant! Regardless if your health wins have been big, small, or teeny tiny, it’s important to celebrate along the way! I am also so […]

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*This blog is not intended to diagnose or treat and disease or disorder. Please consult your healthcare practitioner before making any health changes. So your bloodwork all came back within normal range but you don’t feel normal – what does this mean? This doesn’t mean that your symptoms aren’t real! Keep reading to know why […]

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I’ll admit that I don’t have any exciting new health obsessions from April. I’ve loved trying out new recipes, mocktails and experimenting with what/how much I’ve been drinking (see above for my mocktail recipe!).  Otherwise, something I’ve been thinking a lot about is how inspiring it is to be surrounded by people who put effort […]

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I was recently introduced to Mayari a private chef through a friend who thought we shared similar values and outlooks on health and food – they were right! It was so awesome to chat with Mayari and learn from how to eat more seasonally and how she uses principles of eating seasonally and locally into […]

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Do you feel the hint of spring in the air? I sure do! I spent March soaking up the last of winter by skiing, eating warm, nourishing soups, and embracing the season I used to dread. It amazes me that I went from HATING winter to loving it! Talk about a mindset shift, huh?! Speaking […]

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February was an intense month! Many of you have shared big life changes (some exciting, some scary!), felt stuck, or felt overwhelming emotions. It’s nice to know we aren’t facing these shifts alone. My favorites include new mineral-rich electrolytes, my favorite natural botox alternative, and a warming veggie stew. Personally, I was dealing with a […]

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Dry brushing has been featured in Goop, MindBodyGreen, and wellness magazines like Women’s Health. Its popularity continues as influencers on social media promote its health and beauty benefits. However, many articles and videos actually incorrectly explain dry brushing and how it supports our lymph. What is Dry Brushing? Dry brushing is a traditional Ayurvedic practice […]

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We made it through January! Whether your year has been of to a fantastic or rocky start, I hope you find some happiness in these 3 things, just like I did. 1. Tower 28 SOS Daily Barrier Redness Recovery Moisturizer I usually stick to oil and serums on my skin, but wow was my skin […]

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What is burnout? Burnout is a state of “mental, physical, and emotional exhaustion”. So many people dealing with chronic health conditions feel burnout at some point in their lives. Learn what burnout looks like and how to embrace a season of rest to help heal from chronic stress! Common factors that contribute to burnout Warning […]

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Castor oil packs have been used for centuries for beauty and health benefits, popularized for their gentle, yet deep healing properties. Castor oil comes from the castor plant (Ricinus communis) and is a rich, thick oil. A castor oil pack is made from a piece of cotton fabric, also called cotton flannel, and the castor […]

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