By Connie Rodgers Certified Holistic Integrated Health Coach, Lifestyle Educator, and Wellness Writer. bitesizepieces.net
Spring season is prime time for big colorful salads, especially when you add fresh basil, tomatoes and bell peppers from your garden. How do you spell fresh? Or, how about visiting your local farmers markets that just picked their fresh organic produce at 5 am and you are there by 9 am. I love the taste and smell of a great salad sprinkled with a little fresh lemon and a few herbs. Yum. However, I have found many clients and friends like to bury their masterpiece by overdressing it. Yes they dump a “toxic goo” on top of a big beautiful fresh, organic, salad and call it a dressing. Yuk! Are you one of those that can’t have salad without your favorite store bought bottled dressing? You may be addicted.
Kate, who is in her 50s, sought out the Healing Place in August 2013 for Atrial Fibrillation. She was experiencing irregular heart beats on a regular basis. She takes heart medication and thyroid medication. The thyroid medication causes her heart to race and beat erratically which has caused life-threatening emergency room visits. Her doctor is trying to control her arrhythmia with medication that makes her groggy. Anyone who suffers from these conditions knows how scary this is.