In Pain? Try These Tips.


On a beautiful spring day over Memorial Day weekend in 2010, I was getting ready to garden when I fell backwards onto a cement floor and broke my lower back. To heal the fracture, I spent 10 weeks in a back brace. To deal with limited mobility, stiffness and tightness that ensued, I turned to…read more.

Lyme Disease: Follow this Natural Tip to Avoid It


In 2005, there were 89 reported cases of Lyme disease in Iowa, according to the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). One of those 89 was my husband, Wayne. Finding a doctor who knew how to diagnose and treat Lyme disease proved challenging. In fact, we drove six hours round trip to see a…read more.

10 Choices for Eating Your Way Past Post-Holiday Aches and Pains


Are you starting off the New Year feeling sluggish, stiff and even in pain? Unfortunately, all that overindulging we’re prone to do over the holidays can do more than just impact our waistlines. Here’s why: During the holiday season, we’re more likely to eat more carbs and more sugar, consume more calories, drink less water,…read more.

Where there is smoke…there is fire.


Do you wonder or get frustrated having repeated symptoms of dis-ease without feeling better? Do you eat well, exercise and still have fatigue, headaches, insomnia, increasing problems with allergies or other symptoms? Your symptoms are the smoke. The fire is the toxins in your body built up from processed foods, air quality, stress, alcohol, and…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.

Expand your self care now to reduce stress through the holidays


Begin Self Care with this Free offer for you Clients come to my office for a large variety of health concerns. One problem almost everything points to, besides stress, is inflammation. This inflammation can be felt as symptoms of headache, joint or muscle pain, G.E.R.D., heartburn, other gastrointestinal upsets, etc. You can try this new…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…

Soak Up the Sunshine


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Daylight savings time has arrived! I celebrate this time of year when we can welcome more sunlight into our lives. Unfortunately the grey days & snow-covered ground don’t exactly make it feel like spring yet. It is undoubtedly on the way, though. I encourage you to let the benefits of sunlight – especially on our sunny days – work for you…

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