Posts by Jesse Lane Lee, CNP

Tips for an Easier Keto Diet

Since you guys are enjoying the posts I’m sharing on keto so much, I decided to share this guest post which is full of tips for an easier keto diet.

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All you need to know about medicinal mushrooms on The Morning Show

Medicinal mushrooms like chaga, reishi and cordyceps are popping up all over the place. During my “All you need to know about medicinal mushrooms” segment on The Morning Show, I’ll explain the unique benefits of medicinal mushroom, how they boost energy levels, and how you can easily incorporate them into your diet.

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Foods to jump-start your day on Breakfast Television

So many of us wake up feeling tired, hit snooze a million times, and wish it was the weekend so we could sleep in. What if you could wake up feeling energized and ready to take on the day! I’m excited to share with you some yummy foods to jump-start your day.

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Summertime Essential Oils

Today I’m sharing my top 3 summertime essential oils. I love essential oils and use them all year round, but there are some that are extra useful in the summer for repelling bugs, cooling you down, and helping with sunburns, scrapes, and cuts. If you want to learn more about essential oils, check out this…

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How Does Screen Time Affect Mental Health

Screen time is something I struggle with. I’m slightly addicted to Instagram and I like to relax at the end of the day on the couch watching TV with my husband. This guest post called How Does Screen Time Affect Mental Health covers the negative effects screen time can have on your life. Screen time…

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High-Energy Meal Plan

I’m so excited to share with you my High-Energy Meal Plan. Anyone who knows me, knows I have LOTS of energy. It is my part of my natural personality for sure, but a big part comes from my diet. I focus on eating healthy nutrient dense foods that fuel my body.

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Improve Thyroid Health by Supplementing with Iodine-Rich Sea Vegetables

Did you know that you can improve thyroid health by supplementing with iodine-rich sea vegetables? Hypothyroidism, or a thyroid the is underproducing hormones, is fairly common in women ages 30-55. Iron-rich sea vegetables can help because the thyroid uses iodine to produce hormones. These hormones play an important role in our energy levels and metabolism.

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Supplements you can use in your kitchen

Instead of taking supplements, I like to incorporate them into my cooking as much as possible. In this post, I’m talking all about supplements you can use in your kitchen (and a few extras) to keep you healthy this spring. This post is sponsored by iHerb.

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Why Everyone is Obsessed with Collagen on Global TV

Everyone is obsessed with collagen right now! During my segment in The Morning Show on March 14 at 9:20, I explain what collagen is, explain the health benefits of collagen, and show you how to easily incorporate DeepMarine collagen into your morning. Watch the segment here.

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Anti-inflammatory Recipes on CH Morning Live

As we age and our ability to produce collagen declines and our joints become stiff and painful. We often forget that food can have powerful anti-inflammatory properties that reduce the pain associated with arthritis.  I shared anti-inflammatory recipes using DeepMarine Collagen on CH Morning Live on March 5, watch the segment here.

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Sleeping During Pregnancy

When I was pregnant, especially during the third trimester, I found sleeping during pregnancy to be a big challenge. At this point my belly was pretty big, I had to pee all the time, and my hips were aching. Sleeping in the right position and adding pillows really helped. Today I have a guest post…

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