Debunking One-Size-Fits-All

This week’s ground-breaking newsflash – we’re not identical with our health-needs. 1 Interestingly, while we’re often encouraged to be our own unique selves in our life-expression, we aren’t always hearing the ‘bio-individual’ message that we have different health needs, based on our stage and ‘age’ in life. One of the most effective ways I’ve personally found (as have many of …

Chris is Even Better Looking

When I first met my husband Chris, it used to bother him that he had lines at the corners of his eyes. They were quite deep from 7 years of back-to-back travels with both beach-time and ski seasons.   So he began following a very simple daily regimen of using optimal levels of micronutrients and added a simple, daily skin-nutrition …

Taking the Driver’s Seat

I have a belief that we each have our specific areas in which we deserve better results, including with our health. Here’s my journey…   Back in 1989, I was diagnosed with 3 years to live unless I took medication every day for the rest of my life. (Click here where I share some hidden gems I discovered within this …

Kate Goes from Strength to Strength

I’m so excited because it’s time for a Kate-progress-update.   ‘Going from strength to strength’ is a good summary.   So what’s new? Quite a lot actually! Including having a routine follow up with her health specialist and learning she’s needing a lower dose of insulin and less often (which is a game-changer).   Notably, Kate’s no longer breathless going …

Erin’s Self-Care Pays Off – Big-Time

When Erin and I first started working together, she was aware of things she could be doing to take care of herself and knew the importance of looking after her own health, although as a very busy mom, teacher and writer, her family always came top of her list. The conundrum is that when we don’t take good care of …