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About Christine Sferle

Christine Sferle helps women work through deeply personal emotional blocks that are manifesting in physical illness in the most intimate parts of their feminine existence and life creating force - their energy, their vitality and their fertility. She blends NLP (neuro-linguistic programming), family systemic constellations, holistic health and transformational changework together help heart-led women restore well-being where illness has illuminated the emotional and energetic areas of distress ready for change and healing. To schedule a changework session visit www.loveandtomatoes.com.

Twitterpated!

Now I’m not talking about the birdie that tweets to the tune of 140 characters or less. I’m referring to that heart-pounding, foot-tapping feeling that comes about when the world comes into full bloom and

Recipe to “Love” By: Kidney Bean and Tomato Tostadas

Kidney beans help regulate the body’s hormones. Combined with tomatoes and peppers, this recipe is a sure-fire way to spice things up! Prep/cook time: 30 minutes Makes 4-6 servings 1 Tablespoon olive oil 3 cloves

Tomatoes: Nature’s Love Apple

When the tomato, a rare and exotic plant native to South America was first introduced to European culture, it was shunned after being dubbed a poisonous fruit. This rumor was quickly dispelled once the French

What the World Needs Now

Dionne Warwick said it best when she sang that “what the world needs now, is love sweet love.” And there’s really no better time of year than February to think about love and how impactful

Recipe to Live By: Arame Saute

½ cup arame (mild flavored seaweed) 1 teaspoon sesame oil 1 onion, sliced in long, thin strips 1 carrot, sliced into matchstick-shape pieces apple juice 1 tablespoon tamari (can sub soy sauce) water Soak arame

Food Focus: Sea Veggies

In traditional Chinese healing, sea vegetables correspond to the winter season and to the kidneys, adrenal glands, bladder and reproductive organs. The strengthening, balancing and cleansing properties of sea vegetables are known to help these

dil∙i∙gence

dil∙i∙gence, [dil-i-juh ns] -constant and earnest effort to accomplish what is undertaken; persistent exertion of body or mind. I LOVE this definition, because it is a reminder that achieving our goals takes hard work and

Happy New Year!

My favorite thing about January is that it signifies a new beginning, a chance to look at where we’ve been and focus in on where we want to go. This year I have only one

Less Stress, More Joy

The number one challenge that I hear from my clients across the holidays is how to manage the increased stress that accompanies the decorating, shopping, celebrations and end of year work deadlines. Here are 5

Passing the Baton

Every year just before the last dish hits the Thanksgiving table, my grandmother ceremoniously announces, “Mangia, enjoy it, because this year’s going to be my last. It’s someone else’s turn next year.” At 82 years