Boost Immunity in Summer!

Happy Tuesday Friends…It has been a while since I have written. I find myself taking a while to get to some things lately as life is AGAIN really busy. I wanted to remind all of you how important it is to make sure you are staying boosted all year long with your immunity. I have not been sick in forever and I got a weird throat thing just this past week. I was under some stress and not sleeping well..BAM BAM BAM..The virus hit me like a ton of bricks…I thought I was pretty strong but I got out of balance and the body has a funny way of making you STOP right??  Here are some simple tips to stay boosted all year long (yes..even summer…)

Make some immunity broth or bone broths and sip on these even when your strong

Take vitamin c when you feel run down or are around sickies

SLEEP well

Keep stress down..this is a biggie for me and its what got me sick this time for sure!

Laugh, smile and do fun things- this keeps the positive energy flowing and the love fresh

Eat less sugar and white food..Eat a diet that is anti-inflammatory

Vitamin D helps boost ya as well….so does a healthy dose of omega 3s daily

I hope you enjoy these simple tips or reminders…I will be posting more soon….Enjoy

The first two people to email me will get 1/2 off there first nutritional consult with me…email me at


Be Well, Amy

Build up your Gut Health

Happy Sunday everyone! I just wanted to talk a little today about how important your gut health is. Did you know that over 70% of your immunity lives in your gut? Also, a lot of major neurotransmitters live there as well….A lot of autoimmune issues are all linked right back to how your gut is preforming and how strong it is. I work a lot with digestive issues in my private practice. I have also struggled with digestive issues throughout my life. It is so easy for the gut to get off balance with the food we eat and the stress in the world right? Well, there are some little things you can do now to improve your gut health. Here are some basics:

Stress less! Stress raises stomach acid and stops normal digestion

Eat fermented foods to get good probiotics into your gut- miso, sauerkraut, kombucha, pickles

Take a good quality probiotic- I take 5 billion a day of Jarrow brand

Eat a diet that is anti-inflammatory- cut back gluten,dairy, soy , and nuts

Eat grass fed meats- these meats are said to be less inflammatory as non grass fed meats

Take a good Omega 3 and enjoy flax and olive oil daily- omega 3s reduce inflammation

I am sure there is some more tips but this will help you get started or remind you of some things to start doing again. I will post some recipes soon…Enjoy and Be well, Amy


Blog Update…

Hi friends! I know it has been a while since I have blogged. I have been in the process of creating a new website. My intention is to have my blog and my website all together. It’s coming along and I am having fun creating the website I love. I am blogging today for my very first time on my new website. It it a little different but I am getting use to it. I will be adding some amazing pics and changing things around on my new website when time permits..You will no longer go to my old blog site. Instead you will just log onto busybeenutrition and see my blog posts on my website. So thats all the updates I have for you at this time..more to come soon..Lots of new things in the works with Busy Bee Nutrition.

Health tip…make sure that you are staying hydrated in this warm weather. some great ways to stay hydrated are:

drink coconut water- amazing electrolytes

eat lots of cucumbers, celery and watermelon- very hydrating

add some chia seeds to your water- hydrates the body and good source of omega 3s (ALA)

add some lemon, mint or pinapple


salads are so fun!

Hi friends..I have been a busy bee lately (when am i not…hahaha) so sorry I have been missing for a bit..Anyways, I am here now and I want to talk to you about my love for salads..The weather is getting warm and its nice to have a light salad that makes you feel nourished and also FULL….Im not talking about one of those little rabbit food salads…I am talking about a really nourishing, full of life, full of protein and fats salad! Here are some great salad ideas that I use a lot and Nylah and the hubby love as well..
Lettuce greens with pumpkin seeds, avocado and little bits of orange and goat cheese
Quinoa salad with cilantro, kidney beans, dried cranberries and cherry tomatoes
brown rice (cooked then cooled), tomatoes, shredded carrots, white beans and feta cheese
Avocado salad with sliced tomatoes and white onion
Dressing: Make your own: Olive oil, apple cider vinegar, lemon, salt and pepper (make up what tastes good to you…)

Add cooked chicken, grass fed beef, olives, or cooked tofu to any of these salads to add an extra protein boost. I love salads and enjoy mixing them up a bit so my family (and myself) does not get bored,…Hope you enjoy. Be well, Amy

Saturday Love

Hi there friends- Happy Saturday…What is on your agenda today? I love the weekends but sometimes its hard to slow down and “let go” of work and the go go go mindset for me..I am really trying to work on just being in the moment. I don’t know about you all but living in the moment” is not that easy for this mama. So I practice daily. I just wanted to write a little about this today because I am thinking about it RIGHT NOW…Do you try to live in the moment? Is it hard for you? What comes up for you when you try to live in the moment??Something to ponder….Have a wonderful weekend and remember to stop and smell the roses, get out in nature and be grateful. Here is a pic of my sweet girl that helps me stay grounded and remember that I have a whole lot to be grateful for..  Also, here is a little recipe to share and make with your family (or yourself..) BE Well, Amy

Baked Oatmeal Bites
3 mashed bananas
1 cup of almond milk
2 organic eggs
1-tablespoon baking powder
3 cups organic rolled oats
1-teaspoon vanilla extract
½ cup currants
½ cup dried cranberries
½ cup organic shredded coconut
1-teaspoon cinnamon
Preheat oven to 375. Mix all ingredients together. Spray muffin man with non-stick spray (or use little liners). I used mini muffin pans. Made 36 mini muffins. You can also use a regular muffin pan and you will get 15 muffins. Bake 15-20 mins (for mini-muffins) 20-30 mins for regular muffin pan. Check muffins around 15 minutes, you will see the edges get brown and they will be firm to touch when there ready.
These baked oatmeal bites came out good but a little bland. I only sweetened with banana, dried fruit and vanilla extract. If you wish to have a sweeter flavor you can add one the following:
¼ cup honey
¼ cup rice syrup
¼ cup maple syrup
Use vanilla non-dairy milk instead of unsweetened
Add some cut up dark chocolate
These treats have protein and fiber in every tasty bite. Enjoy!

Page 3 of 12First...234...Last

Get your Free Busy Moms Survival Guide -
Nourishment Made Simple For Your Busy Week!

Plus, you’ll receive weekly-ish tips to feel nourished, less stressed, and more energized—the simple way!


Success! Now please check your email to confirm your address and receive your guide.