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Are You Setting Healthy Boundaries?

Posted by on Dec 10, 2013 in Personal Development | 0 comments

  Three weeks ago, my husband and I decided to break down our home office and turn it into our little girl’s room. We almost did it in the middle of the night, but decided to wait until morning. Yes, it was one of those nights. I have been so reluctant to place boundaries between me and my daughter when it comes to sleeping and nursing (I’m a hippie at heart). But I realized I was becoming resentful. And freaking exhausted. And no one gets the Mother Of The Year award for ignoring her own needs. So we met with our (amazing) lactation specialist and formed a plan. Now...

The Surprising Effect Of Sugar On Your Fertility And How To Reverse It

Posted by on Nov 12, 2013 in Fertility | 0 comments

  We all know it’s important to eat a healthy diet, but how important is it for my fertility…really?   If you experience PMS, have an irregular menstrual cycle, are having trouble getting pregnant, or if you’ve been diagnosed with PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome), my answer is VERY.   Here’s how it works:  When one eats a diet that consists mostly of food from the cupboard instead of food from the fridge, i.e. high glycemic refined carbs and little to no nutrients, one’s blood sugar spikes and drops, spikes and drops, 5-7 times a day, every day.   Each spike requires one’s body to produce insulin to store all...

5 Ways Jim Carrey Can Lift Depression By Improving Your Digestion

Posted by on Oct 16, 2013 in Nutrition | 0 comments

  If serotonin were a Hollywood star, it would be Jim Carrey–under appreciated (somebody hand that man an Oscar!), multi-talented, and responsible for igniting the personality of show business.   Serotonin is all over the tabloids:  The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Science Daily, Scientific American, and many more respected sources.   Why?   New scientific research reveals this under appreciated neurotransmitter is not only multi-talented but also greatly effects our personality based on signals sent from our digestion. Yes, our digestion.   Science now tells us that over 95% of  the body’s serotonin is produced in our gut. Serotonin, as you may know, is our “happy...

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