By wendy|2019-07-12T16:02:37+00:00July 12th, 2019|
Last week we discussed some of the direct effects of a lack of sleep and benefits of getting more sleep – now we will look more in-depth at several tips to help you get more sleep and what this will do for your body. There is a lot of research done on sleep and here are some ways it can help you.
Are you getting enough sleep? Both your body and mind need rest. The way you sleep, in part, affects how you feel during waking hours. Quantity and quality matter! The loss of sleep can slowly impact your health over a long period of time or it can hit you in an instant.
Last week we discussed the many health benefits of Cacao, and of course every good thing has its concerns as well. Be mindful that cacao isn’t all healthy, there are some dangers - eating too much can cause heart palpitations, headaches, nausea, etc. Too much isn’t healthy, and like most things, chocolate should be consumed in moderation. Read on for more fascinating details!
Many of my patients eat chocolate and always ask if it’s healthy. I help people change their nutritional plans to meet their health goals and find vibrant health and without fail I am asked “Can I still eat chocolate?” The answer is Yes and No. Let me explain why.
Last week we discussed the idea of detoxing and went over some important mistakes that people make when they aren’t properly educated. Now that you know the five most common mistakes people make, let’s discuss in detail some tips of what to do when detoxing.
You often think of Spring Cleaning your home this time of year, but how about cleaning your body and mind as well? You may have read about a short detoxification protocol in a magazine or heard about someone doing a “juice cleanse” but you don’t really know where to begin. I’d like to share a few of my detox tips to empower and support you on your path to vibrant health.