There’s a lot of talk about “smart” coffee and chocolate, or what we call “happy” coffee and “happy” chocolate and all the benefits of. But, the brand we carry is the only one to offer the full D.O.S.E. (promotes all four of the brains “happy” chemicals). The coffee does the D.S. and E. (which will… Continue reading Have You Heard Of The Hormone Called Oxytocin? Are Your Oxytocin Levels Healthy?
Thanksgiving is now behind us. Mine was spent at a Thanksgiving lunch at church. Hopefully you enjoyed your Thanksgiving as well. Many spent the day with family and ate large dinners. Who can pass up on turkey, ham, yams, sweet potatoes, vegetables, and let’s not forget all the desserts. You more than likely ate beyond… Continue reading Post-Thanksgiving Bloat Relief
When people think of buying gifts for someone they care about, or themselves, they normally think of clothing, appliances, gift cards, or cash. Children typically get clothing or toys. This is usually in response to lists or registries. But how many of these gifts are used versus returned? How often, even if the gift is… Continue reading Give The Gift That Keeps On Giving
Dietary supplements are subject of an on-going debate between health professionals and individuals alike. Some say they are necessary, some think they’re a waste of money. Personally, I used to believe they were a waste until one day I started on a health kick. I began researching everything I could and changing my diet. I… Continue reading Why Supplements Are Necessary
I Am That I Am Welcome to third post of the first series on this blog – ‘I Am That I Am’. This series has introduced you to me, my story, and hopefully began to show you how I can help you to live a healthier life. In the first post we covered my mental… Continue reading I Am That I Am: A Thriver
Welcome to second post of the first series on this blog – ‘I Am That I Am’. This series is going to introduce you to me, my story, and hopefully show you how I can help you to live a healthier life. In the first post we covered my mental disorders. In this post, we… Continue reading I Am That I Am: The Physical Side
I Don’t “Fit In” I Feel Like An Outcast Do you struggle with thoughts of “fitting in”? Do you try your hardest to be “normal” but still feel like an outcast? If so, I’m going to take a shot in the dark and assume you either have an anxiety or depressive disorder. If you do,… Continue reading I Am That I Am: The Outcast