Category Archives: Wellness

6 Ways Progesterone Helps With Weight Loss!

  Maintaining your ideal body weight can be a frustrating and difficult task. You may have heard or suspected that your hormones have something to do with your inability to lose weight and that may absolutely correct, especially if you a woman after childbirth or have taken birth control pills for several years.  For women,… Read More »


Is Your Depression a Result of Hormonal Imbalance?

Does This Sound Familiar? Patient: “I’m just so tired all the time, and I feel anxious for no reason doc.” Doctor: “you may just be a little depressed…here’s a prescription.” According to a government study, antidepressants are prescribed more than drugs to treat high blood pressure, high cholesterol, asthma, or headaches. They are the most… Read More »


6 Tips To Naturally Boost Your Immune System

Watery eyes, fatigue, dry cough, and frustrating headaches can only mean one thing…fall allergy season is here. The weather is constantly changing and we’re exposed to more allergens, and eventually cold and flu viruses. This time of year is just the right time to beef up your immune system!  After all, you don’t want to… Read More »


5 Reasons You Should Detox

By now, you are probably familiar with the term “detox,” but are aware of all the many benefits detoxing may have in store for you? First things first, you must know that we are all surrounded by toxins. They’re in our fragrant soaps, laundry detergent, scented candles, our food, water and more! We are also… Read More »


6 Tips To Improve Sexual Health

Sexual Health Topic Alert!!! Let’s be honest. Everyone wants to feel sexy and to perform optimally with their partner. And whereas we can all blame the lighting or exhaustion for our lack of drive, this issue is often rooted in deeper underlying causes, such as: Hormonal imbalance Stressed adrenals Effects of birth control Postpartum issues… Read More »


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Hidden Health Risks of Chronic Stress

When you think of stress, what comes to mind?  Work deadlines? Managing a hectic schedule? Raising children? The term “stress” simply equates to your body’s response to a stimulus, whether good or bad. Examples of good stress include the fight-or-flight response (also known as acute stress) or Eustress, the happy stress, such as weddings, getting a… Read More »



The Heart Health and Inflammation Connection

Did you know that Heart Disease is the number one killer of both men and women in the US? Over the years, there has been much speculation about the main contributors to heart disease. Some of the most popular being high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and even Atherosclerosis. Because of this, the pharmaceutical industry has… Read More »


12 Days of Wellness, Day 12: Focus Your Energy

My last and final day of the 12 Days of Wellness is all about focusing your energy. This may seem like something so trivial but during this time of gratitude and giving, I challenge you to focus on what’s really important right now and put all your energy into it. It’s not about the gifts,… Read More »


12 Days of Wellness, Day 11: Find Balance

Did you know that a combination of balancing all aspects of your life can reduce overall feelings of stress and anxiety? Too often do we get caught up in our own little world and focus on one of two aspects of life, but this is a sure way to create a world full of stress… Read More »


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