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Thriving Through Chronic Pain

Chronic Pain is now classified as a disease. It is very sad that many of us suffer each day with Migraines, CFS (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome), Fibromyalgia, Lyme Disease (affecting joints & muscles), along with Autoimmune Diseases that cause debilitating pain affecting … Continue reading

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Understanding Functional Medicine

A primary focus of Allopathy (Traditional) medicine is to diagnose and “label” diseases. There are over 12,000 diseases and they are categorized according to a person’s test results and symptoms. They focus on the “what.” Functional Medicine looks at the … Continue reading

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The Importance of Intuition in Life, Work and Total Wellness

As a Wellness Coach, when teaming with my clients, I actively listen, collect data, use my intellect and often most importantly pay attention to my gut instinct or intuition. Intuition is a potent inner wisdom that goes beyond the linear mind. I use my intuitive … Continue reading

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Jack LaLanne: Farewell My Superhero

Many kids look up to a Superhero. I’d like to take a moment and pay tribute to a man who laid out the foundation for health and wellness and still is a personal superhero hero to me. I can remember as … Continue reading

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