Well Being… Information and Resources.
We’ve compiled and created a great selection of information and materials for you to use to learn more about how you can embrace a lifestyle of health and well being.
Click the tabs below to access articles, video, podcasts and a host of other resources to help you on your health journey.
Check back often! We’re always adding new content.
- Getting Healthy Just Got Simple
- Wellness Articles & Newsletters
- Good Reads!!
- Wellbeing Self Assessments
Enjoy these crisp, powerful nuggets of well-being wisdom packaged in bite size video vignettes.
- Creating Your Personal Wellness Program – Employee wellness programs are great. Learn how to use the resources you have available to make a personalized wellness program that meets your individual needs.
- Deer Crossing -“Do you start off excitedly working toward achieving your goal… only to get almost there, realize things look a little differently than you imagined, and then, instead of fully committing, you change your mind midway and scurry back to your old habits? It’s time to unravel those deer-like tendencies and get on your way to a healthier more vibrant you.
- Getting Started Is the Hardest Part – It’s time to break it off! Learn how a relationship with the “ation” triplets – procrastination, hesitation and intimidation – can stop you from taking the steps to reach your goals.
- The End of Nutrition as We’ve Known It – Learn why there’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all diet, and find out what diet is right for you!
Stay in the know with the latest health news, as well as tips and information to help you improve your health and wellbeing.
- High Blood Pressure – Sugar, Not Salt, May be the Culprit NEW
- Less Sleep, More Weight…What the??? NEW
- 4 Habits of Healthy People
- 10 Reasons to Eat Less Sugar Have Nothing to do with Weight Loss
- Caring for the Caregiver
- Diet Right – Cut Calories Not Nutrition
- Is Sitting the New Smoking
- Male Obesity – It’s Not a Weighting Game
- Self-Acceptance for a Healthy Life
- Go Outside and Play
- Fitness Facts for Women
Looking for a good book to read? This reading list shares favorites reads from our team of contributing practitioners and professionals. The list reflect a diversity of genres, interests and perspectives.
- Food and Healing (Annemarie Colbin)
- Meal by Meal (Donald Altman)
- Metabolic Typing Diet (William Wolcott)
- Nourishing Traditions (Sally Fallon)
- Sugars that Heal (Emil Mondoa/Mindy Kitei)
- Healing with Whole Foods (Paul Pitchford)
- Get the Sugar Out (Ann Louise Gittleman)
- The Power of Now (Eckhart Tolle)
- Wabi Sabi Love (Arielle Ford)
- The Shack (William Paul Young)
- The Big Leap (Gay Hendricks)
- The Happiness Project (Gretchen Rubin)
- The Power of I Am (Joel Olsteen)
- When Breath Becomes Air (Abraham Verghese)
- Infinite Possibilities (Mike Dooley)
- The Seat of the Soul (Gary Zukav)
- Your Body’s Many Cries for Water (Fereydoon Batmanghelid)
- Feelings Buried Alive Never Die (Karol K. Truman)
- What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About PreMenopause (John R. Lee, M.D.)
- What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Menopause (John R. Lee, M.D.)
- Why Zebras Don’t Have Ulcers by Robert Sapolsky
- Who? Me? Stressed? (Lynise Anderson, N.D.)
We believe wellbeing is our natural state.
We were designed to be healthy, happy, and whole.
The following self-assessments are designed to help you become more involved in your own wellness. These tools will assist you in highlighting behaviors that support your wellbeing and in identifying areas where you may want to consider making changes.
- Candida Self-Assessment: This test can be used to identify your predisposition to Candida albicans yeast infection.
- Metabolic Syndrome, Diet and Lifestyle Self-Assessment: Diet and lifestyle behaviors can reduce your risk of developing insulin resistance and Metabolic Syndrome. See how yours match up!
- Stress and Illness Risk Self-Assessment: The following self-assessment is based on the research done by Holmes and Rahe*. It is designed to assess possible health risks, based on the things that have happened in your life in the last year.
- Stress Vulnerability Self-Assessment: There are a number of factors which affect your vulnerability to stress, such as eating and sleeping habits, caffeine and alcohol intake, and how we express our emotions. This questionnaire will help you detect your vulnerability to stress.
- Wellness Wheel Balance Life Self-Assessment: A wellness wheel is a versatile, broad-stroke tool to look at the full picture of your wellbeing and help you identify areas that may be out of balance.