• MARCH 12, 2018
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    Women as Givers

    Women as Givers

    Women as Givers This week we celebrated International Women’s Day which officially commemorates the women’s rights movement. I invite you to celebrate all that it means to be a woman and also to raise your awareness of the all-too-common trap I see get the better of many women I support as a whole health coach:
    • FEBRUARY 13, 2018
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    Regular Exercise: Healthy Weight Fundamental #5

    Regular Exercise: Healthy Weight Fundamental #5

    The fifth of nine fundamentals for maintaining a healthy weight is regular exercise. While it’s well-known as a tool for shedding unwanted/unhealthy pounds, it’s so much more. We’re not able to effectively ‘out-exercise a poor diet,’ but exercise can effectively help us reach an ideal body composition (i.e. muscle-to-fat ratio). It’s powerful for promoting a
    • FEBRUARY 6, 2018
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    Focus on Water

    Focus on Water

    "Focus on Water" is fourth of nine healthy weight fundamentals Water keeps us feeling full and serves our bodies and brains like oil to a motor vehicle. It's calorie- and sugar-free status is a bonus. If you’re uncertain about what your ideal daily water is, you are in good company. While it’s easy to generalize
    • JANUARY 26, 2018
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    Healthy Weight Fundamentals

    Healthy Weight Fundamentals

    Healthy Weight Fundamental # 3: Pantry Purging “Purge your pantry” is third on my list of nine fundamentals for getting to and maintaining a healthy weight. I extend an invitation to all my new clients to critically review their kitchen food staples when they begin a whole health coaching program. The resulting purge signals a
    • DECEMBER 17, 2017
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    Health Deposits

    Health Deposits

    Our physical health rests on a foundation built by our daily food choices. If you find yourself questioning spending more for high quality, whole foods, consider reframing your thoughts. View your food choices as deposits in your long-term health account.Think of the time you spend planning healthy meals and preparing them yourself as investments in
    • DECEMBER 8, 2017
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    BP Revise

    BP Revise

    You’ve probably heard that the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association have issued new guidelines for blood pressure readings. Here's the update: 120/80 is the top level of normal (down from a past normal of 140/90) 121 - 129 systolic (top number) is defined as an “elevated" blood pressure Level 1 hypertension