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Prostate Cancer – A Personal Story

This is a message from Tom Yei, who has been battling prostate cancer for five years. His experience can help anyone who is newly diagnosed and their loved ones. Getting a diagnosis of prostate cancer can be scary and confusing. I hope this information will help. – Denise   I am Tom, and I am […]

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Fire Up Your Grill, Get Dinner Ready Fast

When the weather starts to heat up I turn to the grill to make a super-fast, healthy dinner that doesn’t heat up my whole kitchen. No dirty pots, pans or stove to clean either. You can make a whole meal on the grill in under 30 minutes., leaving you plenty of time to enjoy a […]

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How to Avoid Getting Sick this Winter – a Checklist!

 You can cut your chance of catching a cold in half this winter just by eating two Vitamin C rich foods each day. It doesn’t seem to be just the Vitamin C, but the synergy of all the nutrients in these foods working together that supercharges our immune systems. Vitamin C rich foods also seem […]

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The First New Habit of 2018 – Fruit!

Happy New Year! I hope you had a wonderful holiday season and a fantastic start to your 2018.   One of the best strategies to make resolutions actually happen is to break them into manageable pieces, and work on those one at a time. Once one is done, move on to the next. By the […]

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NFLD – The Common Disease No One is Talking About

Research shows 20-30% of American adults have Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NFLD).  Yes, you read that correctly. One in four (maybe even 1 in 3) American adults has NFLD. When 5% or more of your liver is full of fat you have NFLD.  Eating too much saturated fat (the kind that comes from animal products […]

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How to Hit the Reset Button

The last two weeks have been like a vacation, although not a vacation. My 5 and 7 year old nephews (and their parents) have been visiting. If you want to remember what true exhaustion feels like take two super-smart kids to the California Science Center and the Natural History Museum on the same day. So […]

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New Habits and Game Changing Beans

Hello and Happy New Year! We are halfway through January and many of us have already left our New Year’s Resolutions behind. I help people make positive, healthy changes that last.  One thing I’ve learned over the years is that keeping resolutions is hard, but creating new habits can be easy. The trick is to […]

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The Key is Joy

This year I’ve seen clients make some incredible progress in a very short time. Daily joint pain gone in just a week. Triglyceride levels cut in half in just one month. Blood sugar down by 20 points in just a few weeks. Years of digestive trouble eliminated. What do all of these people have in […]

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Tart Cherries – They Work!

I rolled my eyes when my husband got off the phone with a friend and told me about the tart cherry miracle cure that took his pain away. So I did some research, to see if it was worth a try (and maybe to prove him wrong). It turns out I was wrong.  Tart cherries […]

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Today is the Day

A few weeks ago a new client came into my office for her first appointment, all Type A and ready to roll. It was January, so this is pretty normal. Except she wanted to actually start next week. This week was far too busy and crazy, but next week would be perfect. Now this is […]

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