Lifestyle

Fall Foods & Tips to Increase Your Energy

Fall is the beginning of the yin cycle when daylight lasts less than 12 hours. We may find ourselves a little more serious and less carefree from the days of summer. It’s a time to begin more introspective indoor projects- it’s also a time when we may start feeling less active. To help keep your […]

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What is Sound Meditation?

What is Sound Meditation? The Most Accessible Form of Deep Meditation   Sound Meditation is the practice of deepening meditation with the use of sound and music. For thousands of years, sound has been used in ancient cultures to ease anxiety and promote a sense of well-being. Many cultures, religions, and mystic traditions have celebrated […]

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Allergies and the Immune System

According to the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, allergies are one of the most common chronic health conditions in the world. People with a family history of allergies are at a higher risk of developing allergies. Hay fever, eczema, hives, asthma, and food allergy are some types of allergic diseases. Allergy symptoms can range from […]

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Hyaluronic Acid:The Fountain of Youth?

What is Hyaluronic Acid? Hyaluronic acid is a clear gooey substance known as hyaluronan that is naturally produced by your body. It’s a very long chain of disaccharides (sugars) present in all connective tissues in the body that is responsible for retaining moisture. It occurs in high concentrations in the skin, joints, and eye fluids […]

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Stevia: Health Benefits and Hidden Side Effects

After recommending stevia to my clients for years, I found new research exposing the dark side of stevia, that has changed my opinion. Stevia. What is it? Stevia is a plant that contains natural, calorie-free sweetness found in it’s leaves, and can be used as a sugar substitute to sweeten desserts, fruit, or drinks. It […]

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30 min. Yoga Sequence

Get your mat, and enjoy this all-level, 30-minute audio yoga sequence, led by Lisa. Poses are described but some yoga experience may be helpful. Lying down in a comfortable position, listening and visualizing the sequence in your minds eye, can be just as powerful.

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Anxiety is a Beast but Doesn’t Control Your Life

The CoronaVirus has caused many cities around the world to enforce a mandatory Shelter-in-Place to prevent the virus from spreading. Our business and many other businesses and schools have been forced to close. Everyone has been affected by this pandemic and it’s causing a lot of stress and anxiety and for some-depression. When routines and […]

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Digestive Enzymes – Why You Need Them

I used to think that having indigestion after a meal was normal until I learned it was not. When the gut microbes are out of balance due to stress, poor diet, or environmental pollutants, it can create congestion in the liver, gallbladder, bile, and pancreatic enzyme ducts. My teacher Dr. John Doulliard says “Due to […]

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Stay Healthy with this Powerful Antioxidant

One of my teacher’s Mark Hyman, MD, defined glutathione (GHS) as “The Mother of All Antioxidants”. He’s not alone, as there have been 117,000 peer-reviewed scientific articles on this powerhouse molecule, and experts are now acknowledging that there is an alarming number of people who are deficient due to: pre-mature aging, chronic stress, infections, overuse […]

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2014 New Year’s Resolution; Don’t Give Up!

Millions of us will make a New Year’s resolution to improve an aspect of our health. After the overindulgence of Christmas, many people see the new year as an opportunity for self-improvement.  Although our intentions are good, keeping a New Year’s resolution can be tough. Statistics show that 75 percent of people stick to their […]

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