Autism Awareness Day – April 2nd

Did you know today is National Autism Awareness Day? Neither did I, until I finally came to the realization that I am autistic. It used to be referred to as Asperger’s Syndrome (DSM-IV, 1994) but is now reclassified, according to the DSM-V, 2013, as a high functioning form of autism. Previous to now, I had always […]

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EZ Water at the Spa

Today was a good day to spend a couple of hours at the spa. My integrative cardiologist suggested infrared saunas for my heart condition. I understand it is standard therapy for heart patients in Japan. So today I worked up a sweat that even my heart could handle, so I know yours can too. The […]

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Hormones and Health

Sex….it’s highly overrated, that is if you have hormone issues that affect your libido and a lot of other things in your body, including your heart. Since I’m dealing with the diagnosis of congestive heart failure, which I’m working on reversing, this topic is of interest to me. In my research I uncovered a lot […]

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Allergic?

Today if you ask anyone if they have an allergy, the answer will probably be yes. Others may refer to their discomfort as a “sensitivity”. We all have our threshold of tolerance to substances around us. But what, how and why does our food make us sick? I hope to share some insights on what […]

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Why B6 is Important

Especially if you don’t have enough, like I do. Most people don’t get enough of the right nutrition eating the Standard American Diet (SAD) and B6 is one of those very important and often overlooked vitamins. What happens when you don’t get enough? Well, that is what I set out to learn. Just over a […]

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Love is Sweet

Valentine’s Day has come and gone, another year of chocolates, and other tantalizing sweet treats. Most of us don’t need the extra calories but we are still drawn to that sweet treat nonetheless. Why? What makes us want sugar? A little indulgence will be okay…that diet can wait until after I eat this…right? I’ve learned more about […]

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Wired But Tired?

Stressed out? I was, and so are about 80% of the American population. I think everyone has had the experience at one point and time when they’ve just outdone themselves. In school cramming for exams, pulling all nighters and not eating a well rounded diet often puts many students into an adrenal crash and burn. I started doing […]

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