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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.

Enjoy these crisp, powerful nuggets of well-being wisdom packaged in bite size video vignettes.

 

Get connected to HONEST information about your life, your lifestyle & your health on The Wellness Connection radio show.

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  • The Real Skinny on FatIt’s time to get over our love/hate relationship with fat. Listen in to see why fat has been getting a bad wrap!   NEW
  • Rumble in Your Tumble?  Digest This! – With more than 60 million people plagued with digestive problems… it’s time we get to the bottom of the rumble.Let’s take a look at stress (who? you? stressed?) and how it directly affects your digestive system.  And as always, you’ll get some practical solutions to quieting the noise!
  • Tired of Being Tired? Could be a Thyroid Thing! – Are you feeling fatigued, moody, depressed, cold, foggy headed… or experiencing a host of other symptoms?  Unfortunately, you’re not alone!  But what’s a person to do? If you’re wondering what might be the cause of your “moody blues”, you may want to point a finger at Low T… that is, low thyroid function.
  • Easin’ The Sneezin’ It’s Allergy Season – We’re tackling the hot button of seasonal allergies. Listen in for some tried, tested and true ideas for making your way through the season relatively unscathed!
  • Walk Away From Father Time – Newsflash… we’re getting older! A healthy lifestyle leads to healthy living – at any age! Listen in as we share information about what makes up a healthy exercise routine and the tremendous health benefits of exercising. Exercise alone may not be the fountain of youth, but it definitely is a good long drink of vitality.

 

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

    • 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)
  • Personal Development

    • 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)
  • Health

    • 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.)
  • Stress Resiliency

    • Why Zebras Don’t Have Ulcers by Robert Sapolsky
    • Who? Me? Stressed? (Lynise Anderson, N.D.)