Kerry Bajaj

Health Coach

Kerry is a Certified Health Coach. She works one-on-one with patients across India to create nutrition plans based on whole, unprocessed foods. She helps patients achieve their health goals including weight loss, improved digestion, stress reduction and exercise. She is a graduate of Georgetown University and the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and is certified by Columbia University Teachers College in holistic health. She has run four marathons and is a certified yoga teacher. She previously worked with Dr. Lipman at the Eleven Eleven Wellness Center in NYC, and now lives in Mumbai, India.

How To Keep Feeling Great Long After You Cleanse

How To Keep Feeling Great Long After You Cleanse

You've just finished your cleanse, and while you feel great, the question is how how to maintain those results. Here are our step by step tips to feeling great long after you've cleansed.

chocolate cherry smoothie

Cool Down With This Chocolate Cherry Smoothie Recipe

It doesn’t get much better than this chocolate cherry smoothie recipe on a hot summer day. With this recipe, you can have dessert for breakfast! You can use fresh or frozen cherries for this recipe - I like to load up on both when they’re in season this time of year.

5 Sugar-free Desserts To Sweeten Your Summer Party

5 Sugar-free Desserts To Sweeten Your Summer Party

If you’re living the Be Well lifestyle and on the journey of cutting out refined sugar, you may be running into one stumbling block: what to do about birthday celebrations? In our culture, it seems unthinkable to have anything but a beautifully decorated cake with lots of frosting for a birthday. But, there is another way! Here are 5 gorgeous desserts that are worthy of a summer birthday celebration. This way, you can have your cake and eat it too -- without weight gain or a sugar hangover.

Baby Eating Finger Food

Baby’s First Finger Foods

I’ve had a lot of fun starting solid foods with my little one this year. She’s responded very well to healthy whole foods like sweet potato, acorn squash, broccoli, avocado, eggs, salmon and coconut oil. But I’ve noticed that when she goes on playdates with the other kids, she’s exposed to a lot of finger food like Cheerios, Goldfish and Puffs

Apple and Protein Bar

5 Surprising Sources of Sugar

I stick to a mostly whole foods diet, but when I’m buying something packaged, I have a few very easy rules for reading food labels. These are so simple that you can even teach them to kids: First, I look at the list of ingredients, and if it’s very long and includes things I can’t pronounce, then I do not want to eat that food.

Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Be Well Kitchen:
Roasted Brussels Sprouts Recipe

Brussels sprouts are part of the Brassica family of vegetables, which includes broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage and kale. The brassicas are wonderful to include in your diet anytime, and especially when you are doing a detox. They are rich in phytochemicals, and are celebrated for supporting liver detoxification and their anticarcinogenic and anti-inflammatory properties. Brussels sprouts in particular are full of fiber and vitamins C, E, A and K. They have chemicals that are believed to play a role in keeping the body’s DNA intact and functioning properly. In the cookbook Brassicas, they are referred to as “the emeralds of the food world.”

Yoga Pose for Constipation

Conquering Constipation

If you are dealing with constipation, you should start with the basics: eat a whole foods diet, avoid processed foods, and drink lots of water. Often doing a Cleanse and taking a good probiotic is helpful. However, if you have tried all this and still can’t get things moving, here are some other tools we use at the wellness center.