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onI have instinctively known that everything is connected for as long as I can remember. This sense of knowing was informed by hours spent in nature playing in the woods and creeks of my home, threads of ancestry and family history discussions with my mother and endless curiosity about how things work. When my mother was diagnosed with lymphoma when I was in high...
onEach spring the first shoots of green start to emerge, offering hope for a new season of growth and renewal. This is the time we begin to think about planting a garden. Well, your gut microbiome IS a garden, and you are the gardener! You must nourish your garden well to support your health. I talk to so many people with gut issues these...
onResearch suggests that healthy Vitamin D levels lead to increased longevity, and that more than 50% of the population suffers from low levels. Whether you’re living with a chronic condition or simply looking to improve your wellbeing, we could all benefit from getting a little more Vitamin D! Over the past year of the pandemic, the issue of low Vitamin D status seems to...
onA few years ago, a friend invited me and my husband, John, to attend a two-day Qigong class with Master Mingtong Gu of the Chi Center in Santa Fe. John was already familiar with the concept of chi through some online therapy and practice he had done, long before Zoom, with Jeffrey Zimmerman, a Doctor of Oriental Medicine and musical savant. So we decided...
onPaying close attention not only to what you eat, but how and where it is grown, may be one of the most important pieces of advice I can give you. You are what you eat! That old adage is true. Many factors in our current food supply are impacting our health: antibiotics used in animal feed, manure with antibiotics used as fertilizers and glyphosate...