Many of my readers have asked me whether I was able to naturally shrink the huge uterus fibroid tumors that I had about a decade ago through dietary changes. So I’ve decided to write a separate post to follow up on my health journey, originally recounted in this blog post here. During my half-year trial […]
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In my last post, I talked about emotional eating and how to get to the root of the problem. Today, I want to finish up my thoughts on this all-too-important subject. But before I offer you my insights and practical tips, I just want to discuss briefly what I mean by food addiction. Usually, when […]
In my last blog post, I talked about how I overcame my chocolate addiction. In the months that followed, I had some relapses but finally was able to kick this habit for good. I wanted to wait to write a follow-up blog because I wanted to make sure that this transformation is real and is there […]
I have a confession to make: For years and years, I was a chocoholic. Even though I ate only dark chocolate–anywhere from 65% to 85% dark, still, being a Non-secretor, sugar wrecks havoc in my body real easily. (Sugar is an “avoid” for the Non-secretors of all blood types, but Type O Non-secretors are most […]
Diabetes runs in my mother’s side of the family, so I am very aware of the possibility that I might get it too. Already in my 20s, I experienced hypoglycemia and frequently felt light-headed and dizzy when I hit blood sugar lows. I wasn’t aware at that time that hypoclycemia was a precursor to Type […]
I’m celebrating Health Coach Week and am proud to be a graduate of the Integrative Institute for Nutrition (IIN), the largest health coaching school in the world and a pioneer at the forefront of a worldwide wellness revolution. What do health coaches do? We help clients integrate all aspects of their lifestyle, balance them and ultimately […]
As we “roll” into the new year, some of you might have made resolutions to start something new or to build better habits. According to the statistics, the No. 1 New Year’s Resolution in the U.S. this year is “Eat healthier,” followed by “Get more exercise” and “Save more money.” If you eat right and cook […]
As 2017 is drawing to a close, many of us are spending these few days reflecting on the year that has gone by and making New Year resolutions. How has the year been for you in terms of your health? What New Year resolutions have you made? If you have been trying to change your […]
I grew up in Hong Kong, a predominantly Chinese society. At home, my mother followed the food tradition of a typical Chinese household, providing the family with three meals a day, made with mostly fresh ingredients shopped in the outdoor markets on the same day. Dinner was a full-on family affair. We always ate at […]
With the start of the school year and the Labor Weekend, Summer is officially over. While some of us who love sunshine and the heat are mourning the end of our favorite season, others can’t wait for the cooler weather to set in. Whichever you prefer, with the change of the season, our diets also […]
I am Eat Right Chef Louisa. I have been cooking for over 30 years and specialize in cooking for individual blood types for optimal health. I am also a holistic health coach trained by the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. My passion is in food as medicine and all forms of art, including dance, visual and culinary arts.
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