“I help my clients discover the root cause of their health issues using not only my biochemistry background but through thorough discovery, specialized tests, and natural supplements.”
One of the most important things you can do to improve your health is to eat a plant-rich diet.
Plant-rich means that the majority of your diet consists of plant foods while at the same time adding an adequate amount of quality protein and healthy fats (avocados, coconuts, and nuts).
Winter’s extreme weather can cause the skin on your face, body, hands, and feet to dry out. Cold weather slows the function of your sebaceous oil glands so they produce less oil, leaving your skin less protected and less able to efficiently retain moisture. And in winter, your skin is exposed not only to low temperatures, wind, and dry air outdoors but also to warm, artificially heated air indoors. Both make your skin thirsty.
Many of us take for granted that we can comfortably breathe year-round but for others, the welcoming warmth of spring’s sunshine stimulates a full orchestra of pollens stepping up their dissemination everywhere, and wreaking havoc on those who are allergic to specific pollens. Some conifers, alder wood, & birch pollens are some of the worst offenders in the spring, with grass pollens following in June and ragweed in the late summer.
Which immune system boosters have research to back their effectiveness, and which one is right for you? These 5 immune system supplements have all been shown to help prevent viral respiratory infections like the flu and the common cold in human studies.
You eat well, do your exercise, drink plenty of water, and get at least seven hours of sleep. You’ve been doing this consistently for the past 15 years, but recently you notice some things are starting to change. Your strength starts to decline, you don’t recover as well from your workouts, you feel lethargic and moody, your sex drive is way down and you notice your body composition is heading in the wrong direction.
In women, hormonal acne occurs mid-cycle, about two weeks or 10 days before menstruation. Hormonal acne is not just a teenage problem. Many women experience it even in their thirties and forties. It is all about hormonal Imbalances. Once this imbalance presents, you will see some pimples occurring all over the face or around your chin, nose, and jawlines, chest or back.
Osteoarthritis (OA), also known as osteoarthrosis or degenerative joint disease, is the most common type of arthritis. OA is a chronic, debilitating condition characterized by the degeneration and loss of joint cartilage, resulting in damage to the opposing bones and subsequent bone overgrowth or “remodeling”.
No Matter how much I exercise and watch my Diet I can Hardly lose any weight”... I hear that a few times per day from many of you...
If you are an active woman and have a balanced diet and still have a problem losing pounds, it might be your hormones... yes, hormonal imbalances lead to difficulty losing weight and an increased risk of obesity.