A 2005 study done at Columbia University showed that the less sleep the subjects got, the more likely they were to be obese. Those who got only four hours or less of sleep a night were 73% more likely to be obese than those getting seven-nine hours per night. Similarly, those sleeping five hours per . . . → Read More: Inadequate Sleep as a Risk Factor for Obesity
We are preparing to launch an amazing service offering in 2013 for the purpose of empowering vitality in current and future generations. When I say vitality, I am not only speaking of your physical health – the absence of disease or losing a few pounds. I am speaking of the energy with which you . . . → Read More: What are you wanting for your health in 2013?
Symptoms are common but not normal. It is not normal to have increasing symptoms that are just attributed to “aging.” Symptoms are a sign that something is not working correctly. Simple symptoms, when systemically organized, can provide insight into underlying drivers of organ and glandular systems that contribute to health issues. Understanding this can empower . . . → Read More: Symptoms are clues but what do they mean?
When discussing holistic nutrition, there are several presuppositions that are foundational to any program if we are to achieve long term results.
The first is that there is a profound connection between the spirit, soul (mind, emotion & will) and the physical body. Secondly, biochemical stress internally (poor nutrition, poor elimination, toxic overload) will add . . . → Read More: Nutrition and Emotional Health
Thousands of people across the country have experienced renewed energy, weight loss, better sleep and reduction of many toxicity symptoms through the 21-Day Purification Program. This is not a fad diet or a dangerous cleanse. It is an eating plan and whole food supplement protocol designed to support your body’s natural ability to detox and . . . → Read More: 21 Day Purification Program
At the age of 35, I did not believe in the world natural health and nutrition. In fact, I was skeptical at best and antagonistic at worst. However, with my symptoms mounting at the age of 35 and few answers from conventional medicine, I began to explore alternative (as I called it then) health care . . . → Read More: Common Doesn’t Necessarily Mean Normal
Did you know that the thought of “catching a cold” is not the whole story? Yes, exposure to germs that make their way into your body through breathing or your mouth is part of the equation. However, there are also many kinds of germs – bacteria, virus and fungal living inside of you, waiting for . . . → Read More: The Battle Going on Inside of You
Here are some simple, yet effective steps you can take to keep your immune system healthy and therefore greatly reducing your risks for colds & flu: SLEEP (7-9 hours/night) There is a reason why the days are shorter in the winter. Take advantage of your natural body clock. Sleep is healing when you consistently get . . . → Read More: Simple Steps to Boost Your Immune System
Sadly, more than 90% of the products on the market are chemicals. The first question we should ask is, “What is the difference between concentrated, whole food nutrients and synthetic mega-, multi-, anti-oxidant supplements?” The second question is, “What is the impact on my health?”
A properly processed whole food supplement contains an infinite number . . . → Read More: Is your vitamin supplement a food or a chemical?