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Waiting for a Crisis Before You Change?

Waiting for a Crisis Before You Change?

It’s the first week of January. The new year. I’m wondering, how are you doing? I mean how are you REALLY doing? Are you taking the steps that mean your health will be better next year than it is today? Unfortunately, in this country, people often wait till a crisis happens to change.  Crises that are often indicated ahead of…

Simple Routines to Promote Wellness

Simple Routines to Promote Wellness

I’ve always been an advocate for meeting people where they are and helping them move forward in a simple way. If you have 40 (or especially if you have 100 pounds to lose), you certainly don’t want a healthy weight coach telling you to eat carrots and go for a 6-mile run!  If you’re taking meds for a condition and…

CoVid19 Risk: On Your Fork and In Your Feet

CoVid19 Risk: On Your Fork and In Your Feet

These are extraordinary times, to say the least. And your risk of CoVid19 is on your fork and in your feet! My purpose with this blog article is simple: Asking, what you can do to minimize the risk for both yourself and your family? I don’t necessarily mean the risk of CONTRACTING CoVid19 but the risk of getting a serious…

The Medicalization of Life. . .the saga continues

The Medicalization of Life. . .the saga continues

The Medicalization of Life. . .The continuing saga Did you know that science doesn’t support and the U.S. Task Force on Preventative Medicine doesn’t recommend yearly physical exams for most people? Did you know that science doesn’t support & US Preventative Medicine Task Force doesn’t recommend the use of low dose aspirin to prevent a primary cardiovascular event in people…