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Monday Motivation: Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

Did you know that November is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month? Dr. Fletcher brings awareness to it and shares what you can do to slow down the causes of Alzheimer’s disease in this Monday Motivation.  

Thriver Spotlight: Valerie Ingram

Thriver Spotlight: Valerie Ingram

Val Ingram has been an esthetician for 17 years and a licensed instructor for 8 years! Making women feel and look better through skincare has been a passion of hers for many years.  She is also a Training Specialist for Eminence Organics and has worked with the line for over 14 years.  Val is always […]

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Green Tea Infused Steel Cut Oats with Apples, Ginger and Walnuts

Green Tea Infused Steel Cut Oats with Apples, Ginger and Walnuts

Infusing oats with green tea bumps up the antioxidant values. Adding nuts, oil and flax help slow the absorption of the carbohydrates to stabilize blood sugar throughout the day. Ingredients: 3 cups of water                                                                             1 cup unpeeled, diced organic apple 3 organic green tea bags                                                          1/3 cup toasted walnuts, chopped 1 cup steel-cut oats                                                                     2 […]

Monday Motivation: Probiotics During Cold & Flu Season

Cold & Flu season is here, and while we can follow the recommended guidelines, they’re not 100% guaranteed to keep the flu away. One thing being overlooked by Americans to help during cold & flu season are Probiotics. Dr. Palermo explains in this Monday Motivation.  

Thriver Spotlight: Claire Rose

Thriver Spotlight: Claire Rose

Claire began practicing yoga in 2010 to improve her flexibility. What she found as she continued to practice was so much more. She quickly fell in love with the way yoga helped to quiet the mind while strengthening the body, and she quickly recognized that her favorite part about teaching is helping students to feel […]

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Dr. Mark Hyman Breaks Down Popular Diet Myths

Dr. Mark Hyman Breaks Down Popular Diet Myths

An ongoing debate over which foods are most healthy is the subject of Dr. Mark Hyman’s latest book, “Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?” Hyman, who directs the Center for Functional Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic, joins “CBS This Morning” to break down diet myths. Video Courtesy of CBS  

Thriver Spotlight: Debbie Cohen

Thriver Spotlight: Debbie Cohen

Debbie Cohen, a fitness enthusiast from the suburbs of Boston, cannot remember a time when she wasn’t involved in some sort of sport. It wasn’t until college though, that she was introduced to yoga. It was one of those things where once she started, her passion for the practice was immediate. She got certified in […]

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Everyday Basic Vinaigrette

Everyday Basic Vinaigrette

This dressing is good on any combination of greens and veggies, and it will be good for at least a few weeks! Thanks to our friends at The Institute of Functional Medicine for sharing this recipe! A simple and delicious dressing for everyday use on salads. Using good quality ingredients in this dressing and your salad, […]

Monday Motivation: Qi Gong and Breast Cancer – The Power of Movement

  All or most disease according to traditional Chinese medicine comes from blockage or stagnation of the body’s fluids, lymph flow, energy, breath, food, thoughts and emotional issues from the mind. All of these fall under the term “Qi” which is loosely translated as “life force, vapor, steam, and energy”. Most of the Chinese medicine […]

QI GONG – MOVING MEDITATION: FOR HEALTH, PREVENTION AND RECOVERY FROM BREAST CANCER

QI GONG – MOVING MEDITATION: FOR HEALTH, PREVENTION AND RECOVERY FROM BREAST CANCER

QI GONG- MOVING MEDITATION: FOR BREAST HEALTH, PREVENTION AND RECOVERY FROM BREAST CANCER Qi Gong (Chee Kung) is one of the five baskets of Chinese medicine. The five staples of Chinese medicine are Qi Gong (movement exercise that includes body, breath, and mind) Nutrition Acupuncture Massage (Tui-Na) Herbal remedies. All or most disease according to […]

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