• Reducing hormonal imbalance in men

6 Steps for Reducing Hormonal Imbalance in Men and Improving Holistic Fertility

In the holistic medicine world, women receive much of the focus when talking about hormone balance, but it’s estimated that 1 in 4 men struggle with infertility, and many aren’t aware of the factors that go into reducing hormonal imbalance in men. In this article you’ll learn the holistic methods you can start right now, [...]

2020-08-27T14:29:28-04:00By |Categories: Wellness|Tags: , |
  • chronic fatigue syndrome exercise

Exercising with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Living with chronic fatigue syndrome is tiring not only for the mind, but for the body as well. High endurance exercises can leave you feeling exhausted for days. I always tell my patients with chronic fatigue to take it easy when trying to keep fit and active— go at YOUR OWN pace and view your [...]

  • hair loss

Holistic Women’s Hair Loss Solutions for PCOS

Holistic Hormone Balance & How to Regrow Hair with PCOS Healing hair loss due to PCOS comes down to three main things:  supporting insulin sensitivity decreasing systemic inflammation supporting overall hormone function. How do we do this? We address what I call the PCOS Triangle. Which is: 1. The Gut and Liver Detoxification If we’re [...]

2020-07-17T11:07:33-04:00By |Categories: Superwoman Wellness, Wellness|Tags: , , , |
  • eastern medicine immune health

6 Secrets from Eastern Medicine for Natural Warm Weather Immune Health

Studies show we may be healthier during the warmer seasons with increased sunlight, more fruits and veggies in our diet, and less time spent indoors, but does that mean you should leave your immune health on autopilot? Immune health during the summer requires supporting unique factors for healthy function, and in this article, you’ll find [...]

  • holistic health for kids

The Holistic Approach to Raising Healthy Kids Naturally

There seems to be a ton of advice for mom and dad about the best way to raise healthy kids, all while seeming to ignore that our kids have (sometimes stubborn) minds of their own, and one-size-fits-all advice doesn’t cut it in most households.  So what’s the best way to take care of children’s wellness, [...]

  • secrets to weight loss for women

The Secret to Weight Loss for Women

For many, losing weight is still an elusive goal. Finding the formula, the magic supplement or pill, and the perfect exercise routine for weight loss is now ingrained in our culture and a part of constant health dialogue. Not a day passes in my practice where someone doesn’t approach me seeking the secret to weight loss [...]

  • black health and racism

Is Racism a Public Health Crisis?

Do you think racism has an impact upon health? Research validates what many Black Americans have known for a long time: that racism is still very prevalent in daily life, and it dramatically impacts the approach to healthcare, wellness, and preventative care. The wellness community is in a unique position to see the detrimental effects [...]

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Calm the Fire Within: Foods that Reduce Inflammation

One word I want every patient to know is - INFLAMMATION!  The more we learn about inflammation, the more we recognize that inflammation is the root of some of the most chronic diseases. Need proof? The Department of Health and Human Services and the American Heart Association both show that chronic inflammation is linked to diseases [...]

  • healthy weight loss for women

How to Kickstart Healthy Weight Loss for Women with a Belly Fix

Why Can’t I Lose Weight? What if healthy weight loss for women has nothing to do with calories, restrictive diets, or drastically reducing food intake? It’s become apparent that the traditional advice for weight loss isn’t working (and has it ever?), with almost 7 out of 10 adults in the U.S. considered overweight, yet nutritional [...]

2020-06-26T16:43:54-04:00By |Categories: Immunity, Wellness|Tags: , , , |
  • Inflammatory Symptoms in Children?

Inflammatory Symptoms in Children? Kids are Feeling the Pandemic Pressure Too

Initially, early on in this pandemic, it seemed that our kids would be spared from the worst symptoms. They were the least affected, and their risk of severe complications was low. Now, as cases rise, more mysterious symptoms are popping up, and our kids may not be as impervious to worsening outcomes as we thought. [...]