About: Dr Shel

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How To Amplify Your Love Life…Naturally!

Ladies, have you lost that loving feeling lately? Let me say one thing: You are not alone. As we age, hormonal decline and physiological conditions may be to blame for decreased sexual desire. This is something that nearly every middle-aged man or woman experiences at some point in their life. The good news is there… Read More »


Why Your Heart Needs Vitamin D

Vitamin D is something we’re constantly hearing about these days. Known as “sunshine in a bottle”, vitamin D is so incredibly crucial to your overall health, and because we don’t absorb enough from the sun or our food, it is crucial that we supplement with additional vitamin D. Vitamin D, which is actually a hormone… Read More »


How Gut Health Effects Your Hormones

This past month I had the privilege of being a part of The Healthy Gut Summit, which consisted of a panel of 35 expert doctors from all over the world speaking on the topic of gut health. Below is an interview I had with Aliky Kouroupis for the Healthy Gut Experts Summit on the importance… Read More »


14 Days of Self Love

Self love, also known as self-care or what I like to refer to as “self-preservation”, is one of the absolute best ways to care for yourself. It is not selfish by any means. In fact, self love is necessary. I challenge you to focus on loving yourself a little more this month to see how… Read More »




Dr. Shel’s Top 5 Supplements for Heart Health

February is National Heart Health Month and with Valentine’s Day around the corner and hearts being at the top of everyone’s mind, it’s always a great time to show your heart a little extra TLC, too. Did you know the average adult heart beats 72 times a minute? This translates to 100,000 times a day,… Read More »



Thyroid Awareness Month: The Basics of Thyroid Health

January is Thyroid Awareness Month and rightfully so: the thyroid is such a critical part of your overall health it deserves an entire month to be recognized. With more than 25 million adults in the US suffering from low thyroid function, I feel very strongly this is the perfect opportunity to educate and spread awareness… Read More »


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The Benefits of Hyaluronic Acid (HA) & HA Fillers

Our bodies naturally produce hyaluronic acid, which is a substance that has the ability of holding onto the moisture in our skin. As we age, our hyaluronic acid production slows down drastically and our skin loses the capability to retain moisture. In doing so, our skin loses firmness and plumpness causing us to look aged… Read More »


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