3 Stress Foods to Avoid with Autoimmune Disorders

With the pressures to achieve, the twice-daily battle between traffic and time, and the balancing act of work, family, and health-daily life in modern-day society is simply….stressful. It’s no wonder our culture’s collective immune system seems to be steadily declining. Nowadays, the average person has at least one allergy to something that would’ve seemed uncommon […]

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M3: MI, Macrobiotics and Maine

I went on a journey across the country to Portland Maine this past week to work with a senior trainer in Motivational Interviewing Stephen Andrew, the “trainer of trainers” for 3 wonderful life-changing days. Stephen is the head of HETI, the Health, Education and Training Institute and extremely generous with his time and talents. Motivational […]

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A Few New Finds…

Every few months I like to share some new and fun things I’ve found to help your journey along the health path so here we go. Essential Oils No, these are not oils that you eat but rather use to help various symptoms you may be having. I heard about a company called doTerra that […]

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My Finds at the Natural Foods Expo West 2014

Although part of me loves going to the Natural Foods Expo in Anaheim each year, this year exemplified all the reasons the other part of me resists going.   Jeffrey agreed to go with me, although he dislikes the crowds and maneuvering around the Expo is like trying to get around on the busiest day at […]

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A Few New Food Finds…

Finding a new food product to try is like the adult equivalent to trick or treating. Real whole foods never go out of style but we are constantly tempted with new products that line the shelves of grocery stores. It has been some time since I have shared my finds so here they are…. Tekola […]

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Gluten-Free and Me

Quite some time ago one of my health practitioners mentioned he thought I might be gluten-sensitive.  I politely listened and filed his recommendation in the back of my mind.  Being gluten-sensitive was not information I wanted to hear since I knew what was involved in following the diet. And besides, I rarely ate gluten since […]

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Gluten-Free Persimmon Cookies

One of the wonderful things about a childhood home of mine was having a Japanese persimmon tree in my back yard.  I did not realize at the time what a treasure this was since persimmons are not a common fruit, which a 9 year old would appreciate.  Now I don’t have the luxury of a […]

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Resetting your Taste Buds

“I have a sweet tooth” is something I commonly hear.  The number one hit on my website for the last 2 years is a blog for healthy cookies so I know this phenomenon is not limited to just my clients.  People are on the search for a healthy treat or at least one that quenches […]

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A Healthy Baker’s Dozen – Susan Dopart’s Gluten-Free Flour Mixture Tutorial

  Ciara Christine shows how to measure gluten-free flours for A Healthy Baker’s Dozen by the Doctor’s Dietitian  

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A Healthy Bakers Dozen: Low Sugar Gluten-Free Cookie Book

My new book is about to be launched!  Here’s a sneak preview so take a look:     SNEAK PEEK THE BOOK BELOW: A_Healthy_Bakers_Dozen_Susan_B_Dopart

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