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5 Ways to Reduce Stress Naturally

Stress is one of the number one causes of illness, yet it is one of the most avoidable health issues we face. Stress management is something that should be a part of all of our daily routine. Here are five easy ways you can help reduce stress in your day. 5 Ways to Reduce Stress… Read More »


Iodine for Breast Health

Many relate the trace mineral iodine to thyroid health, but believe it or not, iodine is needed by the entire body and is necessary for your entire body to function properly. Something that many do not know is that iodine is greatly concentrated in female breast tissue. Because of this, when iodine levels in the… Read More »


Integrative Therapies for Breast Health

Breast cancer is a difficult diagnosis to receive. We women have to attempt to remain strong, reduce stress and handle the unpleasant side effects that come with breast cancer treatment. As we approach a time where integrative treatments and the balance between mind, body and spirit become more prevalent, the combination of integrative therapies along… Read More »


Fall In Love With Taking Care of Yourself

Hello there, Happy October! I don’t know about you but I love this time of year because the fall signifies a time and season of many changes. The weather begins to cool down, the leaves begin to change and in general, there is a feeling of warmth that overcomes us. In saying this, throughout all… Read More »


Healing After Harvey: Feel Good Foods

Pasta, pizza and cookies may seem more appealing than a protein shake, kale or a handful of nuts (especially when you’re stressed), but nine times out of ten you feel tired, bloated and sometimes even sick after eating foods like these that are high in calories, fat, carbohydrates and sugar. We’re all guilty of overindulging… Read More »



How to Change Your (Intimate) Life

Someone tells a funny joke and you’re afraid to laugh. You feel a sneeze or cough coming on and immediately cross your legs. Dancing and exercising are activities you feel you can never do again…without changing clothes completely. Even more so, you’ve begin to notice a loss of sensation during romantic moments with your significant… Read More »


Recovering Your Health After Hurricane Harvey

Imagine this: You’re sitting in your home, watching The Weather Channel to get up-to-date news on a major natural disaster, just like every other Texan, when all of a sudden water starts seeping through your walls, your doors, your floors…everywhere. Fortunately, you have a two-story house so many of your belongings can be elevated and/or… Read More »


The Health Consequences of Mold

We have recently experienced one of the greatest natural disasters of all time in the United States and that is the flood and storm brought on by Hurricane Harvey. While many of us have been fortunate enough to witness little to no damage, the greater parts of Houston, Beaumont and Port Arthur are not so… Read More »


Thinking Of You

Hello there, I hope this letter finds you safe, dry and most importantly, out of harm’s way. Over the course of the past few days, it has been devastating, disastrous and as the news has gone so far to say, catastrophic. It has been very surreal for everyone in Houston, as well as those surrounding… Read More »


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