"Hi! I'm Sarah Philipp.
I am an integrative health and wellness coach. I help my clients better manage emotional eating and deprogram the hold of diet culture. The roots of my love for food and nutrition are personal ones. My father and grandmother taught me not only how to cook, but also the importance of food as a backdrop to so many life moments.
As I struggled with panic attacks and digestive issues throughout my 20s, I began to see how I could use my love of food to help in my healing process. Food became my medicine. Today, I help my clients find the foods, habits and mindsets that allow them to reach their wellness goals and thrive with accountability and daily support. (For more on me and my story listen HERE).
My love affairs (besides nutritious food, of course) consist of travelling, gardening, my dog Mona, my cat Woodrow, history documentaries and tostadas. I've also recently taken up birding, so if you ever want to talk birds, you know where to find me.
Get in touch with me - I'd love to hear your story! (Sarah@abundelicious.com)
I'm located in Milwaukee + Chicago (Wicker Park / Bucktown), and work remotely with people all over the world.
Thanks for reading! xo, Sarah."
Fenugreek happen to be her favorite - Here is what she says about them:
“Fenugreek is one of those superfoods that has been around for YEARS. It is a harmonizing herb helpful to the lungs, digestion and kidneys. Some say the seeds smell like maple syrup! Two of the best known uses for fenugreek are blood sugar stabilization and reducing phlegm. Since fenugreek is not something most of us are familiar with let alone have in our kitchens, HAMAMA microgreens are the perfect way to get a little of this spice into your life.”
To learn more about the wonders of Fenugreek - check out this informative article:
“Fenugreek: A review on its nutraceutical properties and utilization in various food products.” Journal of the Saudi Society of Agricultural Sciences. Volume 17, Issue 2, April 2018, Pages 97-106. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jssas.2016.01.007
“Cabbage sprouts have loads of fiber, Vitamin C and Vitamin E - actually MUCH MUCH more of these things than when fully grown.”
“I can cut the quilts in half and grow little bits at a time, rotate through lots of different types, and not have to commit to buying a full container at the store and risking it going bad.”
“Where do I even start?! These are a #superfood extraordinaire! Iron, antioxidants, copper, magnesium.”
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