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Chew More & The Power of Real Food

Feel More Amazing – Chew More & The Power of Real Food  Strategy #5  –  Slow down, chew more.   This one simple strategy can make a big difference.  Chewing your food adequately allows your body to absorb and assimilate more nutrients and improves digestion.   Because you’re taking more time to chew, you’ll also notice that […]

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Feel More Amazing -Don’t Skip Meals & Manage Your Stress

Feel More Amazing – Strategy #3  & 4- Don’t Skip Meals & Manage Your Stress   I see this quite often in clinical practice.   It’s common for people to think that when they skip a meal, they are ‘saving’ calories.   Instead of saving calories, skipping melas typically backfires. By mid afternoon or early […]

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Staying Healthy After Menopause

Staying healthy after menopause ensures that women can continue to have a healthy, vibrant and rewarding life for decades to come. The physical changes that occur during peri-menopause (ages 35-55) and menopause (defined as 12 months after your last mensal cycle) can be challenging for women and their partners to navigate.  There are many changes […]

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5 Steps to Getting a Better Sleep

Sleep is one of the most important processes for the human body. Along with the digestion and assimilation of nutrients from our food, sleep ensures that the body heals, grows, and replenishes itself. Unfortunately sleep is often an elusive state that escapes us, causing a myriad of problems with health, happiness and productivity. Sleep issues […]

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September Wellness – Feel Fabulous From the Inside Out

The return to structure in September provides us with a really good opportunity to address nagging health, weight and wellness issues that prevent us from feeling and looking our best. Would You Like To: Loose weight & stop feeling bloated Eat healthier without spending hours cooking Be full of energy & stop feeling tired Be […]

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6 Steps to Start Working Out After You’ve Been Sick or Injured

Anyone who has experienced a period of prolonged illness or injury will understand the impact such a condition has on the body. While the advice of doctors and therapists may include continuing to exercise in a modified capacity, in reality, the energy and physical ability to do so may not be available to the person at all times throughout the recovery process.

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