From my Kitchen

Your Kitchen is where your nourishment begins…

SVT, supra-ventricular tachycardia is when your heart goes into an accelerated rate…and its super scary and life changing. I used to have anxiety and panic attacks, but when I got SVT, I knew I needed to take my health more seriously.

I started a blog called Heal SVT naturally to track my SVT journey, and what I discovered is that our GUT, is deeply connected to our HEART, and of course the health of our whole being.

You just can’t achieve your goals without having a healthy relationship with FOOD. Eating in a way that is healed, whole and conscious, will help you elevate your health, allow you to meet your business and personal growth goals, and radiate on a higher frequency to help others heal.

Today, I help many people with SVT look at their relationship with food as a healing tool. But I also help entrepreneurs look at their relationship with food as a vehicle to help them achieve thier goals.

If you are interested in taking a peek inside my kitchen, or want to read about how I managed my own emotional eating, and used food to heal my SVT, check out my links below! xo

Check out these useful e-guides

This e-guide is for anyone who is struggling or managing emotional eating. It has practical tools that work, guided journaling questions, affirmations and lots of LOVE xo

This e-guide is for anyone who is struggling to layer in self-care to their life to heal a health issue or especially for SVT. I wrote this with SVT in mind, but you can fill in SVT for any health issue as these practices, stories and inspiration are universal. A must read for anyone who wants more self-care! xo

Your Self-care starts with every bite!

It’s taken me a long time to organize my kitchen, and my food in a way that speaks to my intuition, my needs, my cravings and my health. My recipes are not fancy… they are from my kitchen…a mom with 2 boys. They are fast, gluten free, refined sugar free, and practical. I am a super busy woman just like you, and it is not my goal to spend all day cooking. Yet, I NEED to eat healthy to live a life of SVT prevention, and feeling as healthy as I can. xo enjoy!

My Recipes

My recipes are all naturally gluten free. I have non-celiac gluten sensitivity and believe gluten plays a major role in SVT and related anxiety.

My Sweet Treats

I don’t eat refined sugar and only cook with honey, maple syrup, coconut palm sugar, and brown rice syrup.

My Choices

While I do eat occasional meat, its very rare. I opt for legumes and veggies as much as possible.

From my Blog

I Have to Eat Right: Green Smoothie Bowl

I have to eat right or I risk not feeling well. I manage a health issue called SVT. To keep it at bay, I aim for a gluten free, white sugar free diet. Fast, easy, nutritious food is a must when you are a busy mom, small business owner working from home and living a...

Lentil Salad

Yesterday I made a batch of lentil soup, and today I had the leftovers over a salad. My recipes are easy, fast, gluten free, dairy free, and white sugar free. To make the soup: 1.5 cups of baby lentils 4 organic carrots 1 small onion 2 cloves of garlic Seasonings In a...

Green Smoothie

One of my new favorite smoothies! So easy to make! 2 Frozen Bananas (peel before you freeze) 1 Regular peeled banana 2 cups frozen washed baby spinach 1 tablespoon mediclear plus protein poweder by thorne (optional) 1 teaspoon honey aprox 1 cup organic rice milk...

2 Bean Hummus

I make variations of bean dip weekly for myself and my kids. This is a staple food in my kitchen. Today I tried a little twist that I got from my office mate and health coach, Sharon Goldner. Not sure if I made it exactly like her, but not to worry, because the...

Cashew Butter Oatmeal Cookies

You will need: 2 Eggs Stick Butter ½ cup brown sugar 1 Cup All Purpose GF Flour (Bob’s redmill) ½ teaspoon baking powder ¼ teaspoon salt ½ teaspoon Baking Soda 1 ½ cups GF Rolled Oats 1 teaspoon Vanilla ½ Cup Raisins 2 tablespoons Cashew Butter ½ Cup Grain Sweetened...

A Girl Needs Her Cookies…

I love chocolate chip cookies. always have…always will. After becoming totally 100% gluten-free a few years ago to help prevent a health issue that I have called SVT (supra-ventricular tachycardia), I have learned to make many versions of them. Recently I learned how...

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