Put Self-Care at the Top of Your List This Holiday Season

Every year around the holidays so many of my clients tell me they are stressed out and burned out from trying to be all things to all people. As self-care authority Eleanor Brown says, “Self-care isn’t selfish. You cannot serve from an empty vessel.” But especially at the holidays, we attempt to do just that,…read more.

Feeling Anxious? Try These 8 Tips

No matter your politics, we’re all feeling a bit anxious these days. With the unrest here at in the U.S. and abroad, it can be challenging to not feel anxious. That’s especially true if you’re dealing with clinical anxiety. For people suffering from anxiety, worry, fear and terror can become a pattern of thought that…read more.

Feeling Blue? It Could Be SAD.

It is the summer’s great last heat, It is the fall’s first chill: They meet. –Sarah Morgan Bryan Piatt The autumnal equinox arrived Sept. 22, officially marking the beginning of fall with its cooler temperatures and shorter days. For some people the beauty of this colorful season is marred by the grayness they see, not…read more.

Four Tips to Prevent Altitude Sickness

Seasonal activities like vacationing in the mountains, hiking, or skiing all move us from our Midwest altitude to a much higher altitude, 5000-8000+ feet. Our body’s response to the altitude changes occur quickly due to the change in oxygen concentration in the air we breathe as the altitude increases. By quick changes, I mean an…read more.

Nine Steps for Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease

Begin at any age… Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) is a form of neurodegeneration. We have all heard about it and possibly observed it with parents or grandparents. Drugs for the most part have failed or made the AD worse. The deficient diet most people eat or grew up on is high in starchy, carbohydrate, plant based…read more.

One Great Way to Actually Feel the Joy of the Holidays

Well, as I am writing this our Iowa winter sure has arrived in full white beauty and chill. This is the time of year we not only with winter upon us but more gray short days. I find these days a challenge since I feel better with more sunlight. This only adds to the stress…read more.

The #1 Key to Eliminating Pain and Inflammation

The symptom of pain can often be associated with inflammation in a certain organ or system of the body. By inflammation, I mean an area of the body, not always on the surface, that is swollen, painful, and can be reddened or warm to touch. Inflammation can be a back ache, sore knee, sinus symptoms,…read more.

Other Benefits of Tart Cherries

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Not only do tart cherries help ease your pain & decrease inflammation, they also have a long list of health benefits. More than 50 scientific studies have been conducted to discover these health benefits…

Soothe Your Joints With Tart Cherries

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As the temperature outside begins to drop, you may notice a change in your joints. Now is the time to prepare your joints for colder weather. Luckily, there is a safe, effective, and tasty way to do this…

Did You Know…

Did you know: The Iowa Holistic Expo is in Des Moines/Johnston Sept. 7th & 8th? Visit http://edgelife.net/iowa-holistic-expo/workshops-iowa-expo/ for more information. I am presenting a workshop at 11 am on Saturday and offering Mini Medical Intuition Body Scans at less than ½ price all weekend at my exhibit table. Come and join the experience of the…read more.