I’ve had a number of people ask me what I do to stay healthy and how have I avoided the flu bugs. So in this post, I’m going to share with you easy protocols for staying healthy daily. You can find most of the supplements listed below at any natural food store. Please don’t purchase nutritional supplements from a drug store or market. If you want some recommendations, just let me know. I am a firm believer in purchasing quality nutritional...Read More »
If you have never gotten a flu shot, here’s to hoping you continue your trend. If you routinely get them, you will find natural ways to prevent the flue this year and for years to come. The infamous “flu,” also known as influenza, that everyone tries to avoid during the winter is a respiratory illness caused by flu viruses. The virus can travel from person to person in droplets from coughs or sneezes, either through the air or on your hands or other objects.In reality,...Read More »
Heavily processed, hydrogenated “trans” fats used in prepared, packaged foods can be extremely damaging to the body. They can compromise the cardiovascular system, immune system, and contribute to behavior problems. They can also lead to weight gain, skin breakouts, high blood pressure, and liver strain. That said, our bodies need fat for insulation, vitamin and mineral absorption, and to protect our organs. High-quality fats can steady our metabolism, keep hormone levels...Read More »
I always encourage my clients to eat a rainbow of colors whenever, why-ever and wherever possible. This kale salad is a perfect example and it is so good! Here are some tricks for making a large salad, while only eating what you want from it: Cut the kale into bite-sized pieces to soften them. I mean, who wants to attempt to shove large leaves and small bits of other goodies into your mouth!? Then massage a little olive oil into all the little nooks and crannies. To the...Read More »
According to the latest medical theory, chronic inflammation is the root cause of almost every disease suffered by human beings. Many doctors believe persistent, low-level inflammation paves the way for chronic disease, including those we usually experience later in life, e.g. arthritis, heart and kidney disease, and cancer. As a part of our immune response system, inflammation occurs when the body is fighting germs that enter the body through a variety of ways, e.g. injury...Read More »
A poet and king once sang, “Our bodies are beautifully and wonderfully made, oh God”. One of the wonderful things that our bodies can do is heal itself. We do need intervention from time to time, but our bodies, when treated well, have the ability to heal itself. Often, all it takes is to listen to what our body is telling us, then responding to its needs, not what we think it needs. Like lab rats, Americans have been conditioned over the years to quickly...Read More »
Years ago when you have questions about your health you had three options: 1) ask your family doctor; 2) ask your smartest friend for their advice; or 3) turn to the family medical guide book. All you could do was just hope for the best and weigh your options. But now with the world wide web, we have an abundance of health information at our fingertips. But now that you have the web at your disposal 24/7, do you take better care of yourself? According to a study by the Pew...Read More »
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