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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Why so many relationships break down in middle age

February 19, 2019 3 min read 5 Comments

Between the changes that occur naturally in your body and the transition that involves moving beyond the intense years of child-rearing, it can feel like everything is changing at midlife. You may notice that some of your long-held relationships aren’t as satisfying as they once were.There are four reasons why relationships break down at midlife.
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Sex, Stress, and Lasting Health

December 20, 2018 3 min read 7 Comments

Stress is so commonplace, people just accept it as normal. We work, take care of our families, run errands, and try to fit in exercise, friends, cleaning… the list goes on and on. Sound familiar? We have no doubt that it does.
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November 29, 2018 3 min read 11 Comments

The holidays can be a whirlwind of activity. With the presents to buy, parties to attend, and family members coming to visit, you may feel like you're on a see-saw - one minute you're up, the next you're overwhelmed and overcommitted. So how can you enjoy this season of light with less stress and more joy?
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5 Ways to lose weight during Menopause

October 18, 2018 3 min read 10 Comments

Weight gain is a chief complaint among women in perimenopause. Specifically, increased abdominal fat and metabolic changes are indicated. In conjunction with fatigue, mood fluctuations, and hot flashes, this can be particularly frustrating. Reductions in hormone levels largely account for this, as well as less than optimal nutritional and lifestyle factors.

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