Emotional/Mental/Spiritual Health

Forget Resolutions – Exam Your Beliefs

Posted on Feb 10, 2015 in Emotional/Mental/Spiritual Health, Health and Wellness, Newsletters | 0 comments

I hope everyone enjoyed the holidays. I have been reflecting on how people gear up to make New Year’s resolutions, which quickly vanish. The way to change patterns and thoughts that are keeping you stuck, unhealthy, or afraid is by asking yourself questions to root-out beliefs that no longer serve you. The way to change your reality is to change what you believe. Simple concept, yet grossly overlooked. What Are Beliefs?: Convictions and opinions. Confidence in the truth or existence of something not immediately susceptible to rigorous proof. A mental representation of a sentient...

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Are You Getting Enough ZZZs

Posted on Oct 30, 2012 in Anti Aging, Emotional/Mental/Spiritual Health, Health and Wellness, Newsletters, Supplements | 2 comments

Time to revisit this topic again because it is so vital to staying in good health. Insomnia (difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep) is a worldwide problem and is the number one reason why you may not age with quality. Seven to nine hours of quality sleep is critical to repair your body and mind. Here’s how it is supposed to work:  From 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. your body makes physiological repairs and from 2 a.m. to 6 a.m. it makes psychological repairs. During sleep, melatonin is secreted by the pineal gland during sleep. It is a powerful antioxidant, reduces stress, regulates other...

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May 2010 Newsletter Sugar Addiction

Posted on May 1, 2010 in Addictions, Ailments/Diseases, Candida, Diet/Nutrition, Emotional/Mental/Spiritual Health, Newsletters | 2 comments

How many of you out there, including myself, have devoured a box of cookies, eaten a pint of ice cream, or couldn’t stop eating the bread and butter served at a restaurant? Why is it that we know sugar and white flour are not good for us but we still can’t stop ourselves? Researchers at Princeton University report that sugar-loving mice demonstrate all three criteria of addiction: increased intake, withdrawal, and cravings that lead to relapse. Previous work has shown that mice deprived of food for several hours and then allowed to binge on sugar water (with concentrations...

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April 2010 Newsletter Top Preventive Measures For Quality Aging

Posted on Apr 1, 2010 in Anti Aging, Diet/Nutrition, Emotional/Mental/Spiritual Health, Exercise & Fitness, Newsletters | 0 comments

Today’s stress (environmental, mental/emotional, dietary) is higher than it has ever been equating to the statistics below. In the U.S.: 1 out of 2 children will have diabetes 1 out of 3 adults will have Type II diabetes 1 out of 3 people will have cancer 1 out of 5 people will have an autoimmune disease Alarming to say the least. It is not uncommon for clients to say to me “what does it matter what I eat and drink, I’m going to die anyway.” My reply, “yes you are…but quality aging is what you are striving for so that through your nineties you are not...

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February Newsletter 2010 – Hypoglycemia

Posted on Mar 25, 2010 in Ailments/Diseases, Emotional/Mental/Spiritual Health, Newsletters, Women's Health | 1 comment

Hypoglycemia A Condition to Take Seriously Hypoglycemia is a condition that occurs when your blood sugar (glucose) is too low. Low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) usually occurs while fasting or in between meals. Reactive hypoglycemia is low blood sugar that occurs after a meal – usually one to three hours after eating. Hypoglycemia occurs when: Your body’s sugar (glucose) is used up too quickly Glucose is released into the bloodstream too slowly Too much insulin is released into the bloodstream   Glucose, an important source of energy for the body, comes from food. Carbohydrates...

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June Newsletter 2009 – Depression & Anxiety

Posted on Mar 25, 2010 in Ailments/Diseases, Emotional/Mental/Spiritual Health, Newsletters | 0 comments

Depression & Anxiety Depression and anxiety have escalated greatly with economic and global strife. More than ever before people are on stress overload. When stress is not neutralized sufficiently one becomes overwhelmed and can slip into depression and anxiety. What brings on stress overload: poor diet, lack of sleep and exercise, psychological stress (divorce, death, economic hardship, illness), and environmental toxicity. Signs of anxiety: Worrisome and obsessive thoughts Insomnia Restlessness Being on edge Fatigue Easily Distracted Stomach knots Diarrhea Impatient/Irritable Shortness...

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