Favorite Summer Soup Recipe

Favorite Summer Soup Recipe

This delicious (and oh-so-easy!) summer soup comes from the wonderful Mickey Trescott of the Autoimmune Wellness Blog. It’s one of the many mouth-watering recipes in her book, The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook, An Allergen-Free Approach to Managing Chronic Illness. If you are struggling with an autoimmune condition or are simply seeking to nourish yourself well, this cookbook is a fantastic resource.

The Benefits of Forest Bathing

The Benefits of Forest Bathing

I did some communing with nature deep in the Sinkyone Wilderness State Park this weekend. As my boyfriend and I slowly walked into the park, winding our way along a rustic elk path that paralleled the majestic pacific coast, I could feel myself dropping into a level of presence and relaxation that allowed me to let go of future concerns or worries of the past and to just be.The Japanese coined the term shinrin-yoku, or “forest bathing” in the early 80’s. Since that time, forest bathing has become a popular ritual of preventative health care in Japan. In the decades that have followed, several robust studies have proven the health benefits of simply spending time in under the canopy of a living forest or in a natural area. Once again, science backs up this practice we intuitively know is great for us.  

 

Got Milk?

Got Milk?

If you’re a nursing mother, you’ve probably wondered if you are producing enough milk. If your baby is gaining weight and urinating regularly, you most likely are doing just fine. But there are times when your breast milk production may dip due to health issues and factors like diet, stress, lifestyle choices, and medications. Or maybe you’re just on the lower spectrum of steady milk production.

A Natural Approach to Migraine Prevention

A Natural Approach to Migraine Prevention

Here at Double Happiness Health we practice an evidence-based approach to healing migraines naturally. If you are already working with a western medical doctor and taking pharmaceuticals to treat and/or prevent your symptoms, not to worry. All of the following strategies are safe to implement while taking your medication and can, in some cases, help you gradually decrease or eliminate the medication altogether