All Posts by Mary Gutierrez

Food Shaming: What Would You Do?

Have you ever been mocked or made fun of because of your food choices? Have you ever been lectured by family members or friends because you eat mostly plants? Perhaps you’ve heard mean comments like: “Gluten-free is just a fad.”“Are you really eating that?”“You’re just being too picky.”“Come on, a little of this won’t hurt you.” Or maybe […]

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Beating Lyme Naturally: Jordan Mitchell Story

In this story, DISCOVER:The warning (and ignored) signs that you might have Lyme DiseaseLyme Disease testing and whether it’s acute or chronic, late stage LymeJordan’s first step after her diagnosisThe food Jordan eats and avoids to fight LymeJordan’s best advice to other women facing similar challengesDisclaimer: The materials and content contained in this article are […]

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Gluten Free Snacks That Cost $5 or Less (Part 1)

Are you looking for gluten-free snacks that cost a dollar or less per serving? Or $5 or less apiece? I challenged myself to look for yummy but inexpensive gluten free snacks.  Oh, you can also get 15% off on select gluten-free products until the 31st! Read all the way through. Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links, which […]

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This Nutritional Therapy Student’s Diet That Really Works for Her Bladder Issues

DISCOVER:Layla’s natural healing journeyThe diet that has helped heal her chronic bladder issuesThe two books that turned her health aroundLayla’s advice to women facing similar challenges Disclaimer: The materials and content contained in this article are for general health information only and are not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or […]

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A Doctor’s Broken Brain Story

In the first installment of our mental health series, we asked 49 women on what they wish others knew about mental illness. It was a powerful article that helped us understand their unique struggles a little bit better. In this second installment, we will dive deeper as a doctor shares his personal story when his […]

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Mental Illness: What I Wish Others Knew

“She said that?! Why didn’t you punch her in the face?”That was my initial reaction when my friend, Sam, told me a story about her “friend” in college. Okay, I did not really mean what I said. But I admit that I got pissed off.Here’s why… Short on time but still want to check out […]

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Morning Kale Smoothie

Kale is a superfood and rich in antioxidants. Additionally, it is also full of fiber and vitamin A. For a creamy texture, soak kale leaves in water for a few hours before blending. As kale can get easily rotten, freeze the leaves you do not need for later or make some healthy kale chips. Ingredients: 4 to […]

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