Posts Tagged ‘#healthyboundaries’
The 5 Pillars I Use With My Clients to Meet Their Health Goals
For anyone who is new to my work, you may not know that I am a National Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach. I help people lose weight permanently and avoid taking medication for conditions they can improve through lifestyle and nutrition changes. I use a five pronged approach, or as I refer to them,…Read More
Forgiveness: It May Not Be What You Think It Is But It’s Good For Your Heart
I’ve been thinking a lot about forgiveness and what it really means in my life. I’ll admit that I have been one to hold a grudge when I feel that someone has done me wrong. It may stem from a childhood of feeling like I was always on the outside watching everyone else be part…Read More
Stress Management For Beginners
Unmanaged stress is one of the biggest contributors to heart disease and many other conditions. We all have stress in our lives. And not all stress is bad, but it’s still stress. The body still has the same chemical reaction whether the reason behind the stress is positive or negative. Let’s look at some ways…Read More
Five Things To Do To Maintain Your Heart Healthy Lifestyle
Who doesn’t like a list of five quick tips, or dare I say…hacks? I’m here to help. As promised, I’m focusing on heart health this month. To that end, I am giving you a short list of things you can do NOW to help reduce your risk of developing heart disease. Shall we begin? Know…Read More
Have You Thought About Your Act Two?
Are you a woman “of a certain age”? You know what I mean. Kids are grown and flown. If you’re married, maybe you and the spouse have fallen into the hypnotic rhythm of life. Or you may have been a ‘stay at home’ and now the nest is empty. You may be coming to…Read More
What Are Your Risk Factors?
I want to share some information about heart disease and some of the ways it shows up, especially for women. Much of the existing heart disease in the US, in fact 80%, can be prevented through proper nutrition and lifestyle habits. There are some risk factors we all need to manage to keep ourselves healthy…Read More
It May Not Be What You’re Eating But What’s Eating You
The next pillar we’ll talk about is Emotional Well-Being. Did you know that stress contributes to many health issues? Long-term unrelenting stress adds to inflammation in the body. As a result of chronic inflammation, the body can fall into a dis-ease state. Stress produces a chemical reaction in the body that activates the fight, flight…Read More