Browsing All posts tagged under »depression«

Gratitude is my Attitude!

November 3, 2013 by


One fundamental rule I’ve acquired while working with Sheri Lynn is that two things can not occupy the same space.  I often use this reference in terms of food, however; it also applies to thought.   If we are grateful for our body, we will dissolve judgment and negativity towards it. By filling that one […]


October 30, 2011 by


Control Monthly ‘Misery’ with Self Care!  Do you suffer from bloating, cramping, breast tenderness, fatigue or irritability around your period?  If so, you are among the 75% of menstruating women who experience Premenstrual Symptoms (PMS).  If your symptoms are even more severe and have a negative effect on your everyday life you may be experiencing […]

Depression: eat your way out of it!

October 3, 2010 by


Christy Ewing A study In the November 2009 issue of The British Journal of Psychiatry found that those with the highest intake of whole foods, such as fruits, vegetables and fish, had significantly lower incidences of clinical depression than those who ate a diet laden with processed foods.  The 5 year study found that those […]

Deep Breathing 101

February 15, 2010 by


Samantha Gilman Make Deep Breathing a Priority for Healthy Living: Shallow breathing (or chest breathing) causes a constriction of the chest and lung tissue over time, decreasing oxygen flow and delivery to your tissues. Over time shallow breathing can result in fatigue, mental fog and decreased tissue function. Deep, rhythmic breathing expands the diaphragm muscle, […]