Sciatica is one of the most common, yet misunderstood, types of pain. As many as 40% of people will get it during their life, and it becomes more frequent as you age. Sciatica tends to get lumped in with regular back pain, but it is different. The pain originates with the sciatic nerves and often goes away by itself within a few hours or days. However, some attacks can come and go for several weeks or even months. Fortunately, there’s a lot you can do to prevent sciatica, as well as relieve the pain.read more
Mentoring Women and Mentoring Young Women. Both are long-term curriculum style resources for groups to use in their churches, small groups, schools or any circle of influence where mentoring is at the heart of the project.read more
Hire me to do a Smart Shopping Trip for you and your family. It is a great way to learn about health and life-giving foods. Feeding your body well doesn’t have to be such a challenge. That’s why I offer “Smart Shopping” trips to answer most frequently misunderstood...read more
Type 1 Diabetes usually affects younger people, although it may occur at any age. Type 1 Diabetes is an autoimmune disorder wherein the immune system mistakes the healthy beta cells in the pancreas as foreign invaders and attacks them. Unlike Type 2 Diabetes, Type 1...read more
Go get out your yoga mat! It’s somewhere at the bottom of the closet or in the storage room. If you don’t have one, buy one. You won’t be sorry after reading all of the amazing benefits of a regular yoga practice.read more
Give the gift of health! You better watch out, you better not cry, you better not pout, I’m telling you why – this year’s favorite holiday gift will be something that will be well received, enthusiastically used and sincerely appreciated! ME!
Offer a healthy alternative to the piles of gifts that collect dust on your shelves or end up at the bottom of your closet after the holiday season. This year, buy your loved ones Gift Certificate for nutrition counseling or to one of my many fun, informative and life changing workshops!
It is breast cancer awareness month. I decided to use my blog to provide some controversial research about this month’s tidal wave of pinkwashing propaganda. Many of you know that I am a two-time cancer survivor (last of which was breast cancer in 1999). However, you may not know that I am most definitely NOT a fan of Susan G Komen and here’s why:read more
It’s Flu (vaccine)Season! Do your homework! Check out the mortality statistics that are now being used to frighten people into getting an annual flu shot. U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams goes even further, saying that getting vaccinated is a “social...read more
If you feel you don’t have enough energy, it may be because your body has problems producing enough ATP and thus providing cells with enough energy. There are ways to help our body produce more ATP and replenish dwindling energy levels. The most common strategies revolve around three basic concepts: diet, exercise, and sleep.read more
If you know me or my wellness philosophy at all, then you would know that I am not – at all, even remotely – a proponent of prescriptions in the form of pills, patches, potions, lotions, or anything chemical, synthetic, or chemistry-lab created. I avoid it at all costs, of course there are times when it is necessary, but many times IF we knew the power of prevention we may make better decisions so that the doc would not grab a pad to write a prescription for you.read more