// I asked, you answered, I double posted this self portrait session. Swipe for an unfair snow fight and my right hand missing in almost every picture (give me a break, it was like 0°). //
“One man’s food is another man’s poison”
Figuring out what works for YOU is what will ultimately help you reach your health goals (and remember, what works can change too! our body is good at keeping us on our toes 😉).
Food sensitivities/ intolerances are not allergies and can therefore be hard to diagnose, but they are real things and important to be aware of. An elimination diet for 3-6 weeks can help sort out which foods are setting your system off.
When you struggle with an ongoing, unidentified sensitivity, your body constantly sends out inflammatory responses that can cause a number of chronic health problems. Excess inflammation is at the root of chronic health conditions and is usually triggered by digestive/food issues. (Stress, negative emotions and toxins in the environment all throw off digestion and other body processes as well, which leads to inflammation and food sensitivities).
Signs you may have food sensitivities:
1.You feel bloated, puffy, or swollen
2.You feel tired all of the time
4.Sinus congestion or post nasal drip
5.Dark circles or bags under your eyes
6.You have IBS
7.Mood swings, anxiety, depression
8.Frequent headaches or migraines
9.Sensitive skin- hives, rashes, eczema
12.You get sick often
13.Respiratory symptoms- asthma, wheezing
14.You have antibodies/autoimmune condition
Do any of these sound familiar?
If so, you may benefit from an elimination diet!
If you need someone to guide you through the process, email me at email@example.com
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Had a blast yesterday at @leecanyonlv
When I first told her to get ready for a lot of winter sports when we move back to NYC she said “yeah right I’m never learning how to ski/snowboard”. Fast forward a few months and she’s blazing down the bunny hills on her skis like she’s a pro. The look of joy and excitement she had on her face once she got the hang of it was priceless.She tried something new and challenging, kept a positive attitude and let go of her fear of heights. I am so proud of her and so stoked she enjoys one of my absolute favorite hobbies ever. We look forward to hitting the slopes with all my friends and fam back east next winter! #leecanyon #vegashassnow #winterlove #shredthegnar #mitchellgoosen #idol #catskills #adirondacks #vermont #poconos #werecomingforyou
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Sunrise hike in cascade mountain #upstate
New York turns out pretty amazing first time in winter hike and all I can say is WOW so lovely awesome experience “planning to go back again this coming weekend SWIPE RIGHT FOR MORE ☺️photos . Hope you love it .
Some highlights from a night in the Blue Ridge wilderness back in September. #adirondacks
“Boyd’s Pond in the Adirondacks - one of the, perhaps the most magical place I’ve experienced. Here I am with my Grandpa Mammosser, ‘Red,’ on the dock. We would row the boat out, often my brother Sam and on occasion my Grandma Lillie too, across the lake we’d go to gather blueberries from bushes that grew abundantly and with great generosity along rocky formations at the shore line. Sometimes, we’d circle the perimeter of the small lake to look at the other cabins, their styles, the landscaping. The magic.” #boydspond #adirondacks #journaling #scrapbook #memories #magicalplaces
Giant Mountain in the distance keeping watch on Keene Valley below.
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I hate to post that “where I’d rather be b.s.” but come on..........🥶
Mirror Lake. Lake Placid, NY. July 2018.
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We are looking for 28 musicians to participate in an evening celebrating the music of Bob Dylan. Each artist will perform one Dylan song of his or her choice, and all will join together for the evening finale.
We are asking artists to sign up in advance with the song they wish to perform so we can avoid duplication. Sign up will be on a first come/first serve basis -- if another musician has already chosen the same song, you will be asked to choose another. #ujac
it’s funny - over this last year I’ve learned that I’m absolutely terrified of falling. Its not something I ever expected and def not a thing I like to admit about myself because it makes me feel really weak. Whether it be running down a trail, descending a cliffy section, or even letting go of the wall when we’ve indoor rock climbed - I get insanely shakey and unsettled. I feel like that’s why I’m loving back country skiing so much...basically after every turn I have no idea if a hill is coming. When a hill does come, I have no idea if there’ll be a weird bump in the middle of it, or bridge at the end, or a sharp turn to go around. I just have to deal with it is comes - and I absolutely love that. I love how it’s forced me to feel petrified but keep moving and hey, usually fall. (I also love that the people I go with are patient with me when I start bugging out soooo thanks guys).