How to Eat for your Menstrual Cycle

We know of blood sugar when it comes to diabetes but as women it’s important to understand our blood sugar at a deeper level.  Low blood sugar is detrimental to your body from both a hormone perspective and an energy perspective.   Take a look at the chart below to...
Low B12 and How to Boost It!

Low B12 and How to Boost It!

Vitamin B-12 wears a lot of hats. It helps with red blood cell formation, cell metabolism, nerve function, and DNA production. Our body does not have the ability to create vitamin B12, so we must get it from diet or supplementation. Why would B12 be low? Vegan or...
Vitamin D Benefits and Recommendations

Vitamin D Benefits and Recommendations

3 Roles of Vitamin D It’s the middle of Winter with short days, the snow piling up, and if you are like me you are getting cabin fever. You may be dreaming about a vacation to Florida or Mexico. With these short Winter days that also means zero vitamin D with outdoor...

When Should You Workout After Injury

Injuries happen. It’s often the reason why we are introduced to one another in my profession. Maybe you worked out 5 days a week and you are itching to get back after recovering from sciatica. Or, maybe you were encouraged to start finding movement by me or another...

Once You Start This Habit, Don’t Stop

Take your health into your own hands. This time it’s with dumbbells in your hands, even if you have never been to the gym. Here’s why. When you are on the rollercoaster of life, one of the significant drops is muscle mass. No, really. When you look at a chart of...

Transition Energy is in the Air

The colors on the leaves are changing, cabins are closing, and kids are back to school. These are all examples of transition energy, energy needed to carry out new routines. Can you feel it? Maybe your shoulders are a little more scrunched. Maybe your breath is a...