Survive The Holidays with Hydration

Surviving the holidays can be a challenge, with all the holiday parties and celebrations of yuletide cheer; so this holiday season I am going to help you survive the holidays with tips for wellness and also how you can have a stress free Christmas dinner, if you are the one tasked with making the feast.

The chef in me will guide you through the holidays so that when it’s time to get cooking you will be armed and ready- because the cook should enjoy the day too, right?!

And the nutritionist in me will be giving you wellness tips to see you through to January with you waistline in tact; starting today with HYDRATION. If I can impart one nugget of holiday wellness it’s to stay hydrated; and in this video I will tell you why and offer some tastier alternatives to plain old water.

Just in time for American Thanksgiving!

salad love by Bianca Osbourne

Salad Love | Broccoli Chickpea

I want to thank you for continuing to join me here on The Vitality Guide for Women; I know that you have lots of options, so thanks:) If you’ve been following for a while, then you know that I love salad; in fact, my company The Vitality Kitchen is lover of all things salad! I […]

Make Your Thanksgiving Turkey Shine

American Thanksgiving or Pre Christmas as I like to call it, is around the corner; and in the coming weeks I will be sharing how you can survive the holidays, but today let’s talk turkey. Hopefully, by now, you have some ideas on the type of dishes you will be serving or bringing to your […]

Delicious Thanksgiving Turkey

How To Cure A Cold In One Day

Last week I fell ill with a cold; and any entrepreneur will tell you that there ain’t NO time for sickness. As the aches and pains began to creep in I felt sheer panic, because my business, The Vitality Kitchen, cannot operate without me- but this is a whole other topic, which we will eventually get to.

I had one day to spare for sickness and I vowed that I was going to rifle deep in my holistic wellness repertoire and by every means necessary kick this cold; and because all my cold cure defences worked, I want to share with you how to cure a cold in one day.

One disclaimer, though I was better in one day and I’m confident that I know how to cure a cold, the nasal stuffiness took about 3 days to subside- but I felt 100% after one day of rest, hydrating and whole foods!

I hope you enjoy the information in this video; and I would love for you to share how you stay well or get better when you’re sick.


The Vitality Guide for Women~ A New Direction

For those of you who have been following for a while, you know that what started as a blog has blossomed into a full blown, brick and mortar company, The Vitality Kitchen; and as I have been learning to juggle the demands of a growing company, this place has been left to grow weeds- I […]