Health Trends 2023 Part 2

Health Trends 2023 Part 2

Have You Heard of Adaptogens, Hormesis or Sleep Chronotypes? In Part 1 of the series, we looked at five of the top ten 2023 health trends.  They included acknowledging the 1) connection between mental, emotional, and physical health, 2) savoring small moments of joy...
What is Trending in Health 2023 Part 1

What is Trending in Health 2023 Part 1

Mental Health Tops the List in 2023 for Many People! Are you interested in what is trending health-wise in 2023? I am. In my research,  I was excited to see that many trends are based on a growing understanding of the connection between our mental, emotional, and...
Turning a Holiday Side Dish into a Healthy Meatless Dinner

Turning a Holiday Side Dish into a Healthy Meatless Dinner

 Recipe of the Month Blog Turning A Yummy Holiday Side Dish into a Healthy, Meatless Meal! Adapted from Michele Rosen Thanksgiving Butternut Squash Stuffing 1 large organic butternut squash peeled and cut into small cubes 1 and 1/2 tbsp of ghee, coconut oil or avocado...
Are Your Cells Acting like an Over-Anxious Mother?

Are Your Cells Acting like an Over-Anxious Mother?

What Causes the Flare Ups for People with Chronic Health Issues? Getting a simple virus can leave you with symptoms for far longer than the average person who gets sick. It is a combination of factors—one, the virus finds your weak spots, and two, your immune system...
Why Anxiety is Better for Us than It Feels!

Why Anxiety is Better for Us than It Feels!

To Heal Anxiety, Stop Thinking of it as a Disease! “It’s a simple fact: Nobody likes to feel anxious. Anxiety is among the most pervasive and reviled of human emotions. And since it’s unhealthy, we all agree, we should prevent and eradicate it like any other illness....
Developing the Gratitude Muscle

Developing the Gratitude Muscle

Do you have 15 minutes each day to easily improve your health? More than 225 studies have shown that joy and happiness are good for us.  What creates joy is a bouquet of components including gratitude, according to Elissa Epel, Phd. Professor and Vice Chair of the...
Go Away Fear

Go Away Fear

How was your week?  Really, how was it? This week was tough for me. I came down with a virulent stomach virus without any warning. I had my first thermography mammogram that came out not as well as I wanted. And, seven weeks post-Hurricane Ian, the strain of haggling...
Stop Saying “Its Only Things” to Hurricane Ian Survivors

Stop Saying “Its Only Things” to Hurricane Ian Survivors

5 Things to Say and 5 Things Not to Say to A Trauma Survivor! I am home again after a month of recuperating from Hurricane Ian.  My recuperation was not necessarily physical, more emotional and mental.  I wrote about that last week.  During this time, I observed both...
Giving Yourself Permission to Release Guilt, Shame & Blame

Giving Yourself Permission to Release Guilt, Shame & Blame

 It Can Help With Healing! As I was walking on the beach Saturday morning unable to hear anything but the crashing sound of the waves and a few gulls, the following a-ha moment came to me. I AM STRONG. This was three weeks after Hurricane Ian had hit Fort Myers. I was...
Nature is Resilient and So are We!

Nature is Resilient and So are We!

What does Resilience Mean to You? Resilience is often defined as our ability to bounce back from hardships in life.  For most of us from the Fort Myers area, this is the type of resilience that is being tested in the petri dish of post-Hurricane Ian. It is human...
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