Health and Wellbeing

Movement – A Way of Life Beyond Exercise

  Today we dive into the next foundation of Self-Care… Movement! Did you know that people who exercise are only 4% more active than people who don’t exercise at all? Studies have shown that some adults spend 11 hours per day on their bottoms. That might seem like a lot of sitting around but think […]

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Sleep – The Undervalued Commodity of Our Busy Lives!

Chronic sleep deprivation is one of the most common causes of health issues in our western world. When we are tired, exhausted, everything in life is more difficult. “We cannot be healthy without healthy sleep!” Good sleep is the cornerstone of wellness and vital to providing our body time to restore and repair. “Sleep is […]

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Water – The Basis of All Life, Including Your Body!

Water is the basis of all life, including our body, our body needs it to survive and thrive. Did you know our lungs are 90% water, our brain 76% water, our muscles 75% water, our blood 82% water and even our bones are 25% water. As an average our body is 70% water, no wonder […]

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The Basic Foundations of Self Care and Why we All Need to Practice Them!

  Self-care is not self-indulgence, in fact, our most basic needs are the most foundational form of self-care, they are not an option they are a necessity. Let me explain our 5 Foundational areas of Self-Care. Food – Our most basic need for food is, in fact, our very first form of self-care. What you […]

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How to Read Food Labels Without Being Tricked!

It’s been said that in the 70’s there were about 3,000 to 4,000 packets on supermarket shelves. Fast forward to today and it’s estimated there are about 80,000 packets on supermarket shelves. (The Root Cause) With so much to choose from how do you make better choices for your health? Packaged products are a popular […]

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Is Keto Another Numbers Game?

  First, there were calories… We were told it was a simple equation, calories in vs calories out, and this was the way to go for weight loss and healthy weight management. Calories in < calories out = weight loss Calories in > calories out = weight gain But they were WRONG! More about that […]

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