HOW TO GET GOOD QUALITY SLEEP

WHY SLEEP IS SO IMPORTANT Next to importance of, what you feed your body, and how you move your body, is how you rest your body and that is called sleep. Without proper sleep habits, you cannot expect to have a healthy immune system. We all know how awful we feel when our sleep gets disrupted. We cannot function well both...

IMMUNE SYSTEM WELLNESS

FOCUS ON HEALTH Given the environment we are living in, it is crucial to focus on the only thing that we can control right NOW -- our HEALTH. We must take serious and practical measures to strengthen our immune system. I would love to help you with that. The coronavirus is made up of many strains that have been around for a...

HOW TO AVOID ENVIRONMENTAL TOXINS

Environmental toxins are everywhere…. in our food, soil, water, skin care creams and cleaning products. It is tough to avoid everything, but we must do our best as these products can lead to chronic health problems.  HOW TO DECREASE THE AMOUNT OF TOXINS YOU CONSUME Where should you start? As a health coach, I think the easiest place to start is with...

ADRENAL FATIGUE

Adrenal fatigue are huge buzz words these days. The other day I was browsing the supplement section at our local health food store and the area designated to fatigue, anxiety and depression was SOLD OUT! Why? This is because most people are dealing with the pressure to become successful along with too many daily stressors such as bills, relationships, unhealthy...

HOW EFFECTIVE ARE MULTIVITAMINS?

Multi Vitamins can be somewhat effective if your diet is void of whole foods and essential nutrients. As a health coach, I always try to insist that my clients eat real food (not processed) with an abundance of organic fruits and vegetables. It is a fact, however, that due to busy life-styles and compromised soil, we are not always able...

ELECTROLYTES – WHAT ARE THEY AND WHY ARE THEY ESSENTIAL?

WHAT ARE ELECTROLYTES? Electrolytes are the charged substances that result from when a salt is dissolved in solution. These positively charged ions can conduct electricity, and are therefore referred to as “electrolytes “. For example, common table salt is sodium chloride. When dissolved in water, it separates into a positively charged sodium ion and a negatively charged chloride ion. For us...