Bad habits that leave you exhausted
Don’t let these 9 energy zappers sabotage your work and your productivity
If you want more energy in your day, you need to take a step to make it happen. Just one thing. Not everything on your list…just one thing. One thing that will make the most difference.
Filed under: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, depression, Energy & Vitality, Fibromyalgia on March 29th, 2013 | No Comments »
Some call them bacteria or bugs but the nice name for this lively population is “flora.” More than 500 different species make up the flora in our bodies, weighing in at between 2 and 5 pounds.
This colony of microbes doesn’t just coexist within us. Our health is dependent upon their ability to stay healthy and report for work each day. Read why.
Filed under: Chronic Disease, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, depression, Detoxification, diabetes, Energy & Vitality, Fermented Foods for Health, Fibromyalgia, Food & Nutrition, Food Allergies & Intolerances, Health & Healing, Nutritional Wellness, Uncategorized on February 27th, 2013 | No Comments »
Meditation’s ability to help people achieve relaxed states is no myth and has been
well documented and even scientifically verified. No matter what task you need to
perform, it is helpful to be relaxed. In turn, you will be able to focus on the task at
hand and, as a result, can achieve better results in less time. Being relaxed can
help you focus and stay calm, and the improved results that you will achieve can
lead to a real confidence boost.
Filed under: Energy & Vitality, Exercise, Fibromyalgia, Meditation, Sleep, Spirituality and Personal Growth, Yoga, Yoga Nidra Deep Relaxation on September 30th, 2012 | No Comments »
There’s lots of confusion on what constitutes a “balanced” diet. Some people do best on higher ratios of protein to carbohydrates while for others it’s the reverse. One thing is unanimous though and that is that your body needs a certain amount of all three  macronutrients every day! What are your macronutrients? These are protein, healthy fat, and low glycemic / complex carbohydrates.
A properly balanced meal with good digestion and absorption should sustain mental and physical energy for 4 – 5 hours. Learn how to achieve your weight and wellness goals.
Filed under: Energy & Vitality, Fibromyalgia, Food & Nutrition, Health & Healing, Nutritional Wellness, Weight & Wellness on August 28th, 2012 | No Comments »
While serotonin deficiency may have genetic causes, many times it is acquired via poor lifestyle choices such as the ones enumerated above. But whether it’s genetic or acquired you can definitely bank on the hope that it can be reversed completely, provided that you seek professional help and adhere faithfully to the solutions that will be laid out for you.
Filed under: Bipolar, Chronic Disease, depression, Energy & Vitality, Fibromyalgia, Nutritional Wellness, Stress Management on July 26th, 2012 | 1 Comment »
Taking a break from everyday tasks is the greatest way to gain an appreciation and unbiased perspective on our lives — what is working and what is not. In a supportive, non-judgmental community that welcomes solo travelers, mothers and daughters, friends and couples, together we will have the experience of a lifetime.
Filed under: Detoxification, Energy & Vitality, Fibromyalgia, Food & Nutrition, Gluten Free, Health Retreats, Love, Meditation, Nutritional Wellness, Organic, Sleep, Spirituality and Personal Growth, Stress Management, Weight & Wellness, Yoga, Yoga Nidra Deep Relaxation on July 11th, 2012 | No Comments »
The DASH diet has the potential for helping millions of people. It is viewed as an ideal eating plan and is promoted by many large health organizations, including the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute and the Mayo Clinic. The DASH diet has the added bonus of promoting safe and effective weight loss and weight management.
Filed under: Cardiovascular / Heart Health, DASH Diet, DASH Diet Cooking, diabetes, Energy & Vitality, Food & Nutrition, Uncategorized on April 16th, 2012 | No Comments »
It is not a stretch to say that if public health officials did nothing other than ensure vitamin D and magnesium sufficiency the entire health of a nation would be drastically improved and health care costs would be significantly lower.
Filed under: Chronic Disease, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, depression, Energy & Vitality, Fibromyalgia, Vitamins & minerals on November 30th, 2011 | No Comments »