wellness

Root Cause Driver # 5: Loss of Essential Hormones

Root Cause Driver # 5: Loss of Essential Hormones

The gradual loss of our sex hormones as we go through “the change” can be disorienting. There goes our sleep, libido, energy, temperature regulation, moods and more. What’s a body to do? Estrogen, progesterone and testosterone have defined our lives from puberty until ~ age 50, when their insidious decline signals menopause and andropause (male menopause).

September is Healthy Aging Month and Time for Your Healthy Aging Reset!

September is Healthy Aging Month and  Time for Your Healthy Aging Reset!

I’m thrilled to announce that my first online course, The Healthy Aging Reset, begins on September 24th! 
I’ve spent the summer crafting this life-changing course to empower you to take charge of your health. And you can do it from the comfort of your laptop at home!

Why I’m Starting a Revolution

Why I’m Starting a Revolution

So why start a revolution? …Because a revolution is what it’s going to take for us to wake up, reclaim our health and prevent this epidemic of chronic disease that is claiming countless lives and bankrupting our country. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control reports that 90% of healthcare dollars are spent treating a cluster of chronic (but preventable) conditions: heart disease and stroke, diabetes, dementia and cancer.

Want To Be A “Super Ager”? Adopt a Healthy Aging Mindset

Want To Be A “Super Ager”? Adopt a Healthy Aging Mindset

We’ve got Super Man and Super Girl, so why not be a Super Ager?  It’s a term that was coined by UCSF researcher, Joel Kramer, PsyD, who has studied a set of seniors that defy the odds on aging. He’s been assessing the personality traits of those who thrive into their 80’s and beyond, and has found a consistent theme: a healthy aging mindset is a distinguishing factor.  The subjects with sharp cognition and vitality stay engaged in projects, they volunteer and have close family ties.

Take The Wheel To Grow Your Health

Take The Wheel To Grow Your Health

We all know our health care system is broken. You can’t turn on the news without catching a debate on best how to fix it. The challenge is that we don’t really have a “health care” system: we have a “disease management system”.  The U.S. spends more money per capita than any country, yet our disease burden is higher than in comparable countries.