Celebrating Halloween on The Body Ecology Diet Originally published on October 30th, 2019. Tara Carpenter, NC. Holistic nutrition for digestion; specialized in yeast overgrowth. Here it is, the day before Halloween and I am officially ready to write this post. Though, I practiced Body Ecology Diet (B.E.D) since 2010, I have taken until now to […]
Tara Carpenter, NC. Originally published on April 23, 2019. This is a hot topic for parents, for all of us really as who wants to be told they have a cavity while in the dentist chair?! Getting a cavity is never fun, no matter how old you are. I have two kids; my youngest is […]
A Woman’s Testimonial: “B.E.D. Support with Tara” Tara Carpenter, NC. Holistic nutrition for people on The Body Ecology Diet (B.E.D.). Every now and then I receive a testimonial worth sharing with the bigger world …. this is one of them. The lady behind the words is a lovely, vivacious woman who took hold of the […]
“Parsley Power” Green Smoothie Recipe Tara Carpenter, NC. Holistic nutrition for digestion; specialized in yeast overgrowth. Originally published on April 1, 2017. Traditionally, parsley is used as a remedy for anemia, bad breath, menstrual pain, and more; enjoy all the benefits in one glass 🙂 I will go so far to say that within a […]
Journal Entry on September 12th 2010 When you have digestive upset, you know how difficult it can be to track down foods that bother you most. This is especially true when you have yeast overgrowth (Candida). My experience entailed keeping a ‘food journal’, doing rotation diets, and of course elimination diets.
Journal Entry: September 9th 2010 Today, I was diagnosed with Candida, a.k.a. yeast overgrowth. I had all the symptoms (i.e., cravings, yeast infections) and so asked my Naturopathic doctor for the test. Aren’t I going through enough already? I ask with my face to the sky. I recently initiated the start of what appears will […]
Candida, also known as Candidiasis or yeast overgrowth, is not a germ, a bug, or a disease. It is a serious immune disorder that gets its name from Candida albicans; a family of yeast that are the most common micro-flora organisms that live in human digestive tract. A healthy bowel contains a 10:1 bacteria to […]