Sleep – we all need it, we all know it’s important, but most of us aren’t getting enough. It can be very easy to prioritize other things over sleep like work, cleaning, tv watching, kids, and the list goes on. Also, many people suffer from insomnia which can cause them to lay awake all night.
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Ever get into a recipe or cooking rut and you end up eating the same thing OVER AND OVER again? Although that likely isn’t going to cause any harm in the short-term, we still want to make sure we are getting a wide variety of fruits, veggies, grains, fats, and protein in our diet. Why […]
Meet Our Brain Changer, Jaime Armstrong I don’t believe in coping skills I’m so glad we got that out of the way Coping skills sends a message to our brain that we have to live with or manage the experience of something. Our brain is constantly changing so this concept of coping skills is outdated. […]
Let’s be real, it’s had to avoid toxins in today’s society with all the crazy products on the market, confusing marketing, the air we breathe and the food we eat. However, I am all about doing what we can to reduce toxins in our everyday life in order to reduce that toxic load on our bodies.
Even as a nutritionist, it can be hard to stay healthy with the busyness of life. Many people are working and/or going to school, commuting, raising families, trying to socialize with friends, volunteer, run a household, etc. One of the first things that typically gets pushed to the side is our personal health. Below are some health tips for busy people to promote healthy eating and general wellness.