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Significance of Self Care on Health

Sunday, May 5, 2019 11:18:15 AM America/Los_Angeles

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

Wednesday, April 17, 2019 10:38:54 AM America/Los_Angeles

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?

These are all instances of Intuition.

According to The British Journal of Psychology, intuition is what happens when the brain draws on past experiences and external cues to make a decision in the present moment. This process occurs rapidly, mostly at an unconscious level- yet has powerful influence in our lives.

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Mind and Body

Monday, April 1, 2019 9:02:35 PM America/Los_Angeles

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 

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Why so many relationships break down in middle age

Monday, February 18, 2019 4:13:04 PM America/Los_Angeles

Between the changes that occur naturally in your body and the transition that involves moving beyond the intense years of childrearing, it can feel like everything is changing at midlife. You may notice that some of 

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Sex, Stress, and Lasting Health

Thursday, December 20, 2018 9:01:46 AM America/Los_Angeles


Five ways to lose weight during menopause
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The Amazing Health Benefits of P. M.

Thursday, October 4, 2018 4:14:29 PM America/Los_Angeles

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Thursday, November 29, 2018 12:11:59 PM America/Los_Angeles

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.

We don’t have to tell you about the physiological toll that stress takes on you. Not only can it have a huge impact on your physical and emotional health, but it can greatly affect your productivity, relationships, and overall quality of life, as well.


In fact, chronic stress has been linked to headaches, stomach issues, high blood pressure, and other heart problems, as well as insomnia and restless sleep. It also weakens your immunity, making it harder for your body to fight off illness and disease. And on an emotional level, chronic stress can cause depression and anxiety.

Five ways to lose weight during menopause

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?

Healthy Boundaries!

If someone stands to close to you, you move away instinctively. But if your sister asks you to bake three pies for a holiday dinner, you might have a hard time saying No. Without healthy boundaries, though, the holiday season will leave you drained. So here are some suggestions for keeping healthy boundaries during the holiday season.

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5 Ways to lose weight during Menopause

Thursday, October 18, 2018 3:08:59 PM America/Los_Angeles

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.

A famous medical researcher, Margaret R. Ritchie, PhD, recently observed that the link among food, medicine, and health goes as far back as 460 BC. Hippocrates, considered to be the Father of Medicine, revolutionized medicine in ancient Greece with an approach to healing that promoted the role of plants in managing health.

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2,500 years later, that link to health is more valid than ever. A new book,
The Amazing Health Benefits of the Wonder Herb Pueraria Mirifica, by Richard A. Passwater, PhD, a well respected research bio chemist since 1959, is bringing new attention to this marvelous herb. (The book is available on our site, and is a great read.)

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The Real Law of Attraction

Wednesday, August 22, 2018 9:36:48 AM America/Los_Angeles

Getting Older


If you're like many people, you wonder what your health will be like as you get old. Will you feel ageless, embrace every transition, and continue to live a full, healthy life? Or do you expect to slow down, have chronic medical issues, and lose the vibrancy you once had?

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What do you like?

Saturday, August 18, 2018 8:37:00 AM America/Los_Angeles



Midlife is one of the most powerful and wonderful transitions as profound as becoming a mother. You get to rebirth yourself and embark on some of the happiest years of your life. Yet this can be a scary time.

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