symptoms

Why Going Outside Isn’t Enough to Boost Your Vitamin D (Part 1)

2019-04-12T16:54:17+00:00April 12th, 2019|

Believe it or not, most people can't get enough Vitamin D3 from the sun... I love to find the most beneficial and natural way to work with the human body and mind, sun exposure is helpful but often simply not enough. Please continue reading to learn more.

My Hashimoto’s Healing Journey

2019-04-04T12:48:02+00:00April 3rd, 2019|

As a holistic healthcare provider, I understand the medical and emotional sides of many symptoms and the dis-ease processes. What you may not know, is that I’ve been a patient as well. Twenty-one years ago, I had horrible symptoms of fibromyalgia. Then, years later I developed different symptoms and went misdiagnosed and undiagnosed for years - I had Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis. Please read on for the story of my healing journey...

How Getting Sick Can Be a Sign of Health (Part 2)

2019-03-03T19:07:32+00:00March 4th, 2019|

A fever response to a virus or bacteria is a sign of a strong and healthy immune system. In my practice, the sickest people are the ones who claimed to never get sick and there are many studies proving the importance of fevers. There is a current concept and practice in Western medicine that fevers are harmful, and the practice is to quell them.

Make 2019 the Year to Transform Your Health and Lifestyle (Part 1)

2018-12-19T16:17:26+00:00December 19th, 2018|

If you feel listless and your relationships are dull and joyless then maybe it’s time for a change. This year I’m committed to helping you revitalize your health so that you can follow your passions and enjoy a renewed energy, enthusiasm and lust for life.

Why a Simple Blood Test is Not Enough (Part 1)

2018-10-10T17:31:43+00:00September 25th, 2018|

It’s your annual medical exam, and you know the routine - you spend 5-10 minutes with your doctor or the nurse practitioner/physician’s assistant, they weigh you, then measure your blood pressure and body temperature. If you’re lucky, they order a basic lab panel for 10-30 blood markers, which is fewer than half of what you really need for quality insight into your health.