Julie Middleton, NTP
Nutritional Therapy Practitioner
phone: (918) 516-8839
Contact me to schedule your FREE 1 hour consult (Note: I am currently not taking any new one-on-one clients. This year is all about being a momma to our new little one. Check back in early 2017 for my updated availability.)
Beet kvass is a powerful liver tonic, full of bio-avaliable vitamins and minerals, packed with beneficial bacteria and yeasts, and supports overall healthy digestion. It is also delicious and easily made with other vegetables (and even fruits) for fun flavor combinations. My personal favorite version is made with beets, carrots, and ginger.
I am finally sitting down to write out my tried and true sinus issue tricks and tips.
Hey friends! I am usually reading at least one book (often, more like 5 or 6) at any given time. I LOVE to read.
Sometimes, you just need a nice mug of hot cocoa to warm you up and comfort the soul. Sadly, store-bought mixes contain all sorts of nasty chemical additives, processed sugars, and other undesirable ingredients. That's why I came up with this simple hot cocoa recipe...
The holiday season is in full swing here in the United States. This often means gatherings with meals that are a mine-field for those of us who choose a real food lifestyle or who need to avoid specific ingredients. A commonly consumed condiment is gravy...
Quick, simple, nourishing, makes great leftovers, and is packed full of anti-inflammatory omega-3 fats, minerals, protein, and FLAVOR
Fall has come and with it, warm beverages! Here is a simple recipe for one of my favorite soothing, and healing, drinks for the fall and winter season:
When I first meet with clients, they are often completely overwhelmed and don't know who to trust anymore. Their doctor has told them to "eat better", but everyone seems to have differing opinions on what "eating better" looks like...
I woke up in the middle of the night last night with the strongest craving for strawberry milk...
It's that time of year when the weather turns warm (soon it will be "good gracious, WHY ON EARTH do I live here" hot) and the humidity begins to rise. This means, I start to sweat. I know, I am a woman, I am supposed to "glisten" or whatever, but I am going to call it what it is. It is sweat. And when I mow the lawn, go for walks, do yoga outside, or sometimes just step out the front door, I find myself covered in a sheen of salty sweat. This is actually a wonderful thing for my health.