Archive for July, 2017

I will be LIVE on the Undoctored Inner Circle Virtual Meetup every Wednesday


I shall be LIVE again on the Undoctored Inner Circle Virtual Meetup on Wednesday August 2nd at 8 pm Eastern/7 pm Central/6 pm Mountain/5 pm Pacific. I would also like to make this time slot a regular Meetup time for every Wednesday.

Let’s discuss the Undoctored program with a specific focus on bowel flora, as this is the most common tripping point on the program. The Virtual Meetup function allows us to meet as a group to discuss issues or questions via live video. In addition to our open discussion, I would like to discuss how the Inner Circle site is going to help fund and build our Undoctored movement, taking us closer to a world in which healthcare is (almost) free.

Turning the Page

I’ve never enjoyed saying goodbye, and sometimes even the best changes are hard to accept. I knew for more than several months that it was time to start looking for a new church home, but I didn’t want to. I invested so much in my last church, and they invested a lot in me. When I was hurting and broken my pastor and his wife loved me. I made friends who showed me what a godly marriage looked like, and I discovered a lot about my talent, the purpose behind it and the drive that I felt to go deeper…in my relationship with God, in serving my friends, neighbors and community and in seeking to live out the fruit of the Spirit in my life. If you know me, or if you follow my journey at all, you probably know that when I met Jesus it changed my entire life. It changed the way I perceived myself, and the way I view the world and other people. I learned that when people were mean and hurtful it was because they didn’t have peace. They didn’t have joy, and we’ve all heard that misery loves company. It’s true. I learned that […]
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Chocolate Peanut Butter Pops


Here’s another frozen pop recipe to serve after a summer barbecue or dinner. The combination of chocolate and peanut butter makes this taste like a frozen Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup.

As with all Wheat Belly desserts, the lack of sugar and grains makes this a healthy treat that you should feel no guilt over serving.

Makes 4 pops

1 can (13.5 ounces) full-fat coconut milk (not “lite”)
3/4 cup peanut butter (unsweetened)
3 tablespoons Virtue Sweetener (or other natural, non-caloric sweetener equivalent to 3/4 cup sugar)
3 1/2-ounce bar 85% or greater cocoa chocolate

Being Married Is So Weird and Awesome

I’ve dreamed of being married for longer than I’m willing to admit here. My sister summed it up pretty well during her toast at my wedding when she talked about our days of playing Barbies together. I always wanted Barbie and Ken to live happily ever after because I dreamed of the day that I’d live happily ever after. I’ve been married for about a month and a half, and most of it has been really cool. I love that I can call Michael after grocery shopping and that he will cheerfully walk out to the parking garage and carry all of the heavy things inside. I love that he’s there to eat things that I cook for us and that he goes out of his way to show me that he loves me and that he’s committed to me. I also love that he’s willing to be tidy because I’m tidy, and messes stress me out. Ha. We’ve both experienced a lot of change in other areas as well. The changes are positive, but it’s a lot to take in all at once. (I’ll probably talk about that more later.) There are some things that I’m still adjusting to […]
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