Care For Your Heart

March 11, 2021 2 min read 7 Comments

Did you know that the heart is the body’s most active organ? As you approach and move beyond menopause, you can support this essential organ in two important ways:
  • First - ensure that the heart has enough energy to perform its essential functions;
  • Second - support the health and structure of the arteries, blood vessels, and muscles essential to cardiovascular function.
When it comes to protecting the heart, estrogen plays a big role. Estrogen modulates vascular function, inflammatory response, metabolism, insulin sensitivity, cardiac muscle cells and stem cell survival, and development of an enlarged heart.
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How to Support Immunity in Menopause

February 16, 2021 3 min read 3 Comments

A woman’s immune function is naturally more robust than a man’s. Why…..? Estrogen! It’s well documented that women have stronger immunity than men, & This fact may contribute to why women tend to live longer than men. With immune health increasingly on everyone’s mind these days, primarily because of COVID-19, does it make sense to follow universal recommendations for boosting immunity? Or, do women……..and especially menopausal women……have special considerations when it comes to immune health because of hormones? Absolutely!

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Estrogen & Skin Health: How Estrogen Protects & Plumps The Skin

January 13, 2021 3 min read 23 Comments

While the harsh, dry winter months certainly contribute to dry skin, women often overlook an important internal factor: estrogen. As a woman, you know intimately how important estrogen is for your vitality, mood, memory and bones, not to mention reproduction.

But……did you know that estrogen is also a key player in maintaining plump, hydrated and youthful looking skin?

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Peace & Light at a Stressful Time

November 24, 2020 2 min read 10 Comments

The Season of Light is upon us. And while you expect some stress during this time of year, the 2020 holiday season could be more difficult than usual. This year, instead of the fun things like holiday parties, get-togethers, or travel to see loved ones, you might limit your time with others and put some traditions on hold. But you can still find peace and feel the spirit of the holidays this year.
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Protect Your Bones with Pueraria Mirifica

September 21, 2020 2 min read 17 Comments

Did you know that your bones are the strongest around age 30? After that, factors like nutrition, supplementation, exercise, and estrogen levels support bone health throughout your life. Osteoporosis isn’t inevitable! You can protect bones your bones from deterioration and porousness—especially with Pueraria Mirifica.

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Working With Your Natural Rhythms

August 10, 2020 3 min read 4 Comments

Most people want to “feel good” every day, but this is unrealistic. Life is a series of ups and downs, challenges and triumphs. We fight against this, trying to control the waves of change and inconsistency. But…….there’s a better way to approach the natural rhythms of life.

The first is acknowledging that nature is comprised of many cycles, which we can embrace, learn from, and use as a guide. 

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Loneliness & Its Effects on Health

May 21, 2020 2 min read 12 Comments

Roughly 20% of Americans lived with“deep threats of loneliness” before social distancingwas put in place, according to Vivek H. Murthy, MD, a former Surgeon General and author ofTogether: The Healing Power of Human Connection in a Sometimes Lonely World.
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What Is Really Fueling Coronavirus Panic?

April 27, 2020 3 min read 23 Comments

As the Coronavirus outbreak began, people were in two camps: those with intense fear, and those in denial. Although this is a time for level-headed thinking and planning, the “denial response” may speak to what’s actually fueling the panic: a direct threat to our sense of safety and security! And…..this can’t be overlooked.
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Boundries with Electronics

May 31, 2019 3 min read 3 Comments

With the electronic gadgets available today, you can stay connected 24/7, but should you? Yes, you can reach out to anyone in the world and conduct business at any time of the day with a few keystrokes on your phone, but is there a cost?
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Significance of Self Care on Health

May 05, 2019 3 min read 2 Comments

It’s no surprise..... that as women...... we naturally burden ourselves with the well-being and needs of others...... before those of our own. We often have an innate sense of nurturance and compassion towards our loved ones, whether they be our children, partners, or elderly parents
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Following your intution

April 17, 2019 2 min read 5 Comments

How often have you had a distinct feeling about something, but couldn’t seem to put your finger on where it was coming from? Perhaps it was the moment when you realized your significant other was the ‘one’ or the feeling you had that led you to purchase your first home- or maybe even the sense you got that something was ‘off’ with a friend?
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Mind and Body

April 02, 2019 3 min read 4 Comments

Research increasingly demonstrates that the interrelationship between the body and mind is important, particularly in viewing the body as a whole, integrative system where all parts are necessary in maintaining good health. To be healthy is to feel our best emotionally and physically – which requires nourishing both our body and mind – further emphasizing the significance of this connection.
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