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Hug A Puppy, Eat Chocolate, And 7 Other Ways To Take Care Of Your Heart

Posted by on Feb 14, 2012 in Nutrition | 0 comments

According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, the Heart is known as The Emperor. In other words, the Heart runs this whole slick operation called The Body, so it is of utmost importance to keep it happy and healthy. 🙂 In no particular order, and in honor of  my personal favorite holiday, Valentine’s Day, here are my favorite ways to take care of your precious Heart — literally, and metaphorically. 1) Hug a puppy (or do something that makes you inconceivably happy). I believe animals are one of the best sources of pure love on the planet. Sometimes just looking at a photo or video of a particularly cute animal or animal...

How To Propel Past The Proverbial Slump

Posted by on Jan 24, 2012 in Personal Development | 0 comments

  Do you feel stuck? In your business, in life, certain relationships, or health issues? Is the same nagging thought or string of thoughts keeping you up at night? Do you keep coming back to the same answer, but are too afraid to execute the solution for fear that it won’t be perfect, or turn out the way you want? Don’t let the little things get in the way of you moving forward.  I was at a business training a couple months ago, and we were covering the importance of setting up a clean and organized work environment in order to work more efficiently. I’m a BIG fan of this idea....

Holiday Blog Series: 5 Simple Strategies To Easily Digest Your Food

Posted by on Dec 27, 2011 in Nutrition | 0 comments

  Around this time of year my patients usually confess to me that they have been indulging in one too many holiday treats — and that their stomach is not as happy as usual.   Here are some quick and easy tips to help your tummy more easily digest your food during this treat-filled time of year. Or anytime of year!   1) Lemon with warm water or apple cider vinegar in the morning. Drinking a mug of warm (not hot) water with fresh squeezed lemon first thing in the morning will enhance your digestive enzymes and warm your Spleen and Stomach Qi (“chee” or energy), both of which...

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