Part 1 in this series outlined the need for antioxidants and how they can protect our bodies from a whole host of disorders and dysfunction. In this post, we’ll review some of the key antioxidants and why you may want to take a variety of antioxidants. (more…)
On occasion, a client will come in after a few weeks or months and say something like “I’ve been doing this for ‘x’ amount of time and I’m not seeing any results”; this inevitably leads to a discussion as to what they are doing exactly to try and determine if we are missing something. A majority of the time, when we begin asking specific questions about what they are doing, we find that they are not following their recommended plan of action. (more…)
Stress is an everyday fact of life for most people. We are constantly bombarded with stressors – we are overworked, get to bed too late, get up too early, are exposed to pollution, loud noises, traffic, constant worry – you name it, we are exposed to it. And it’s wearing us out. (more…)
See if this sounds familiar – you wake up feeling stuffy, like your head is full of warm soup and your ears feel like you’ve been flying at 30,000 feet – but your lying in bed. You get up and it doesn’t get much better; in fact, it gets a little worse – maybe your head begins to pound a little (or a lot!), your nose starts to run, you feel like you can’t take in a deep breath (even through your mouth), and your throat hurts. If this sounds familiar, you are not alone. (more…)
Most of us like our jobs (or at least something about our jobs 🙂 ), but there will inevitably be some degree of discord or discontent during any given workday. Since stress in the workplace is a major factor in our overall health, we wanted to cover some proven, effective strategies to deal with stress in the workplace.
The B vitamins area complex group of compounds that cannot be synthesized within the body in sufficient quantities to support optimal health and therefore, must be obtained through the diet. (more…)