Tag Archives: Lifestyle

3 Signs You Need To Repair Your Metabolism

May 30, 2018

Does your body feel heavy all day long? Have you been feeling cold or tired all the time? These are signs that your metabolism needs repair. Learn more about these symptoms and find ways to help heal your metabolism!

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Metabolic Acupuncture

March 7, 2018

Acupuncture has been used for ages to help people lose weight, and we’ve created a program based on over 10 years of experience (and every tool in the Traditional Chinese Medicine toolbox!) to help people lose weight by improving their metabolism.

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Suffering at Work? Remedies for Common Workplace Issues!

June 12, 2015

Do you ever experience aches and pains from sitting at your desk? How about while texting on your phone or typing on your computer? Here are some causes of these common workplace pains and how to alleviate them. Problem #1 – Wrist Pain What causes it?  Typing on your computer, mousing, texting Potential health issue: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Solutions: Wear a wrist brace.   Wrist splints and braces can easily be

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Ladies, stop pushing yourself all month! Join me in the Red Tent!

October 28, 2014

How many of you slow down and take it easy during your period? Show of hands? Not many. That’s what I thought–you just keep pushing though as if your period is just another week. Let’s introduce one of my favorite books, The Red Tent. It’s one of my favorites because it sheds light on something us Westerners have forgotten: how we should take care of ourselves when we’re menstruating. And

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The Herb That Can Safely Increase Your Sex Drive

May 23, 2014

It’s Fabulous Friday, and today to wrap up libido week, I want to share with you an awesome herb that basically says exactly what it does: Horny Goat Weed (also called Epimedium, or in Chinese, yin yang huo). I kid you not. It’s my favorite herb name in the entire materia medica. The story goes that an ancient herbalist noticed that there was a certain goat who was willing and

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Olympic Week, Part II: When Exercise Isn’t Necessarily a Good Thing

February 13, 2014

Right now you could argue that in Sochi, all the fittest people in the WORLD have convened together. We are watching a ton of serious talent, muscle, and initiative. It could be causing you to reconsider your own athletic achievements or habits (or, let’s be real here, for some of us it’s lack thereof). Maybe you’re thinking it’s time to amp it up a little. Well, I’m here to give

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What We Can Learn From Bob Costas’s Eye

February 10, 2014

Happy Olympics Week! I love the spectacle and the sport of the Olympics. So exciting, isn’t it? …But I can’t be the only one super-distracted by Bob Costas’s eye, right? As a healthcare provider, I can’t help but comment. So, Costas most likely has pink eye. It seems so unusual to see it in an adult. But it’s not entirely uncommon, actually. It’s very contagious. You have to be really

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