I am still a little giddy about the beautiful weather we are having. I love having my house open all day, hearing the sounds of birds and windchimes, and smelling the sweet fragrance of Spring. Spring is the time of year when people who haven’t been physically active all year renew their enthusiasm for being… Read more
Inflammation in the body continues to be a hot topic in the world of health improvement. While we are familiar with inflammation on the surface of our bodies which involves local redness, heat, swelling, and pain. Another kind of inflammation that is in our bodies is powerful and necessary for our survival. In fact, it is… Read more
In my last newsletter/blog, I wrote about autoimmune illness and noted that one of the best ways to prevent and heal an autoimmune condition is to keep the digestive tract healthy and functioning well. If you missed all that, click here In a nutshell, the best way to not have an autoimmune disorder is to… Read more
Already this year, I have heard of people with colds, flu, bronchitis, and the like. These things are part and parcel of the winter season. Sneezing, coughing, lack of enough hand washing, and a diet weak in nutrients all help the pesky germs to cause trouble. Stress, a lowered immunity, and sleep deprivation are further… Read more
Many people, in the course of their first visit with me, say, “Health Coaching sounds like a good thing, and I know I need some help changing my diet, but I’m not one for much exercising. How important is it?” The short answer is: it’s very important, and maybe for some reasons you haven’t thought… Read more
If this is the year that you say, “I’m tired of making resolutions that don’t stick, I’m going to do something different, consider working with a Health Coach, this Health Coach.
Many people find tremendous relief from anxiety in natural techniques. They ease your fears, help to prevent anxiety in the future, and promote better health overall.
Having a yoga practice is another healthy lifestyle choice than many people, young and old alike, can benefit from, along with good nutrition, adequate rest, fulfilling relationships, and other forms of exercise.
These days between Christmas and New Year’s offer just enough letdown after the preparing for and then sharing of gifts, gatherings with family and friends, and, enjoying wonderful meals. It’s all great stuff, and as life begins to slow a bit, many of us have enough quiet time to begin to contemplate the coming of the new year, and… Read more
The best thing about the switch back to standard time, in my opinion, is that we have a little more light early in the morning. As we move deeper into winter, we’ll lose that extra little push in the morning to get up and get moving, so it will be just that much more important… Read more