It's the most wonderful time of the year...or is it? For me, the holidays meant a cold, allergies, sinus infection, laryngitis and a side dish of antibiotics.
Here are 5 tips to staying well this holiday season:
1. Wear a scarf. We wrap plants and pipes when it is cold outside to prevent damage. The same is true for your throat and vocal cords. Unlike a turtleneck, a scarf is removable once you step indoors to prevent you from overheating.
2. Invest in a humidifier. As t
Have you enrolled in our DNA protection program? This brief video explains why your DNA is at risk every day and deserves your undivided protection. In fact, if you have watched commercials lately, you may have noticed that our culture is rapidly understanding the importance and significance of DNA health. Check out my brief video this week about the life saving feature of telomeres! Have you seen this TeloYears commercial? It truly is amazing that we can measure and manage
What is your earliest memory of being stressed out? I apparently was born stressed out...literally. My heart rate began to race and my mom was rushed to surgery for a c-section to get me out before I died. Not much has changed since I was born and chances are, you are likely coping with stress too. Our circumstances can lead to emotional stress. If you are anything like me, you've tried everything to manage or eliminate this stress through deep breathing, exercise, hot tea, s
I love cake and eating it too! Especially, rich, moist, fudgy chocolate cake with chocolate buttercream frosting….Mmmm! When my doctor and nutritionist discovered that my health was dependent upon being gluten free, I lost nearly 10 pounds in the first month because I just didn’t know what to eat and how to change my dietary lifestyle overnight. Looking back, it really didn’t need to be that difficult, but gluten free eating was not as easy nor widely recognized by grocery st