Neck pain is no fun when chronic or acute, whether you are an athlete or not. For a swimmer, it is particularly challenging to have neck pain because the neck must rotate from side to side when breathing. Freestyle swimming in and of itself can loosen tight neck muscles. However, a neck injury, such as… Continue Reading Acupuncture and cupping for a swimmer’s neck pain
Simple, delicious and nutritious. Brunch for lunch or breakfast. Travels for a park or beachside picnic. Medium cooked, pasture-raised eggs and asparagus with black lava salt. Pasture raised eggs are worth the extra money since they contain more than double the amount of Omega 3 fatty acids, Vitamin D, E and beta carotene as “traditional”… Continue Reading Asparagus and Egg delight!
SMASH stands for sardines, mackeral, anchovies, salmon and herring. These are all small fish that have low levels of mercury and high levels of Omega 3 fatty acids. Omega 3’s help reduce blood pressure, plaquing in arteries and inflammation. Today, in minute morsels we have canned sardines in olive oil. I simply opened the can… Continue Reading SMASH
Wanna have a whole, unrefined, protein rich lunch that tastes like you just sat down to a meal at a cafe somewhere in Italy? Open a can of cannellini, great northern or navy beans. Drain and rinse. In a pan with olive oil, crush some cloves of garlic, chop sun dried tomatoes (the kind that… Continue Reading Like life, a can of beans is what you make of it!
Seaweed is a great power food for garnishing your dishes. It’s packed with minerals, vitamins and amino acids. In Chinese Medicine it is considered a yin nourishing food which means it moistens and softens. These properties can help relieve dry conditions in the body whether it be dry feeling joints from excessive exercise to menopausal… Continue Reading A library of seaweed for your kitchen