Feeling our best, sleeping better, and improving overall mood are all parts of wellness. We often focus on diet and exercise and forget some of the foundational tools to optimize our lives. I hope this blog is helpful–and just in time for Valentine’s Day weekend! Let me know if you have other tips for how
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January’s Brownie Bites Covered Gaslighting in Women’s Health, Chef Allen Campbell Views On Longevity Nutrition, Reducing Hot Flashes With Vegan and Pegan Diets, and Benefits of Vitamin D Blog #1: Gaslighting and Hysterectomies The Brownie Bites takeaway; 🏥 Doctors recommend hysterectomies for almost any uterine issue in midlife (if they listen to women in the
Whole foods, lots of plants, no refined sugar, avoiding gluten.” -Chef Allen Campbell Fasting and Autophagy for Longevity
The Vasomotor Villain Up to 75% of American middle-aged women report having hot flashes. In Western Medicine, this is understood to occur as estrogen levels decrease, which leads to vasodilation – the sudden widening of blood vessels – which then causes hot flashes. (I want to give a nod here to Traditional Chinese Medicine and
(Originally published on my LinkedIn as an article.) As I write this, I’m sitting in Boston where sunset will occur at 4:39 p.m. I use the term “sunset” lightly since there hasn’t been much sun. Without my Vitamin D3 supplement, I’d likely be deficient, and may even experience the effects of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).