Health is about much more than just the food you eat. At Wellness Trickle, we’re focused on a holistic approach to mind, body and soul by delivering information and product recommendations to help you destress, live more mindfully and feel better all around.
At Wellness Trickle, we provide evidence-based information on topics related to health from a holistic point of view, in an easy-to-understand way. In each article we provide an action step to help you solve a problem related to the information we share.
The goal of this site is to provide you with information to heal. Healing is a journey. It’s never one thing and you should never feel bad about not doing all the things all the time. It’s about having the knowledge to implement the things that are realistic to you. It’s about picking one thing at a time to focus on and feeling a little better each day.
Our mission is to trickle knowledge to you with resources to take action no matter where you are in your holistic health journey.
Articles based on scientific research: Every article is written only after extensive research with our sources cited.
Whole food recipes: Recipes will never contain gluten, refined sugar, or dairy. While we don’t follow a particular “diet”, we try to label recipes for diets when applicable to make them as accessible as possible. Having busy families ourselves, most recipes are made with the busy parent in mind and are quick/easy to prepare
Clean product recommendations: We will recommend only products we use and really love. Recommended products won’t contain harmful ingredients such as endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs), phthalates or parabens, which are known to have negative impacts on your health.
We can’t control the toxins around us, but we can control what we eat, expose ourselves to and put on our bodies.
Founder and Editor in Chief: Jennifer Farley
I’m Jen and I’m dedicated to bringing you high quality, well researched and science-based information in an understandable language to help you on your wellness journey. Most articles will provide action steps to help you take action on a pain point you just read, with realistic recommendations so you aren’t becoming more stressed as you read the information that is supposed to help you. We provide product reviews and recommendations for non-toxic, safe and sustainable products to help you detoxify your home, body and soul.
Have questions, comments or suggestions? Email Jen at [email protected].
Wellness Trickle Knowledge Panel
Naheed Ali, MD, PhD is a medical doctor with a holistic health background. He earned an MD in 2008, went on to complete Harvard Medical School’s lifestyle medicine training in 2012 and obtained a PhD in holistic health in 2013.
Dr. Ali has taught at multiple colleges in the US, where he lectured on various biomedical topics and delivered over 2,000 hours of live presentations. He is also the author of numerous books from major New York publishers and his books have sold more than 20,000 hardcover copies worldwide.
Dr. Ali is now a medical writer and regular contributor to Wellness Trickle and has written articles for many other publications.
Education and Certifications:
- Adelphi University – Bachelor of Science in Biology
- Xavier University School of Medicine – Doctor of Medicine, MD
- College of Natural Health – Doctor of Philosophy, PhD Holistic Health
- The National Institutes of Health -Clinical Research Certification
- Harvard University – Lifestyle Medicine and Nutrition Certification
See all Dr. Ali’s articles on Wellness Trickle here.
Kristen Carli is an RDN and the owner of Camelback Nutrition & Wellness. She graduated from University of Arizona with a BA in psychology and then received a BS in dietetics from Arizona State University. After completion of the dietetic internship, she continued her education by receiving a MS in Human Nutrition from University of Western States.
Having a passion for nutrition communication, she has been featured in InStyle, Bustle, Livestrong, The List, MyFitnessPal and many others. Kristen was selected to act as a Produce for Better Health Foundation Fruit and Vegetable Ambassador in Action, helping to promote the health benefits and importance of consuming fruits and vegetables. You can find her reading, running, and exploring new restaurants with her husband. She also runs Mostly Green, a blog where she develops and shares simple plant-based recipes.
See all Kristen’s articles on Wellness Trickle here.
Edidiong Daniel is an Environmental Toxicologist, Blogger, and Freelance Writer who is passionate about the environment and health. She is a regular Wellness Trickle contributor and writes about environmental and health issues at TheEcoWriter.com. Her focus as an Environmental Toxicologist is on understanding how existing and emerging environmental toxicants affect human health.
See all Eddy’s articles on Wellness Trickle here.
Alison Rosenstock is a Registered Dietitian and published nutrition writer and researcher. She received her B.A. from the University of Washington, her M.S. in Nutritional Sciences from San Diego State University, and completed her Dietetic Internship with Iowa State University.
As the founder of SDNutritionWriter.com, Alison has created several evidence-based nutrition articles as well as educational nutrition content for social media. She is a regular contributor for Wellness Trickle, YogiApproved.com and Eat Well Crohn’s Colitis. Her passions in her work are food justice and equity, nutrition in public health, weight-neutral dietary approaches, and wellness for healthcare professionals.
See all of Alison’s articles on Wellness Trickle here.
Jennifer Trent, MD FAAD, completed a 6-year combined BS-MD at the University of Miami with an undergraduate major in biology and a minor in chemistry. Dr. Trent completed her internship in Internal Medicine and her residency in Dermatology and Cutaneous Surgery at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Dr. Trent is a world-recognized dermatologist, who has published over 40 articles in peer-reviewed journals that consisted of her clinical research and review articles, and six chapters in various dermatologic textbooks on surgery and wound care. She also co-authored a textbook on dermatologic diseases and therapy published by McGraw-Hill Co, Inc. She has had the opportunity to present her clinical research several times at national medical meetings.
Dr. Trent has received several awards for research, teaching, and clinical practice, including the prestigious Young Investigators Award for research from the American Academy of Dermatology and the coveted Castle Connelly Top Doctor award.
See all of Dr. Trent’s articles on Wellness Trickle here.