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Healthy Younger skin at any age Part 1

Want younger healthy glowing skin; remember you are what you eat! I get asked numerous times, what's the secret to my skin regimen? Genetics? Having a baby face? Maybe. Drinking lots of water, avoiding excess alcohol and smoking, exercising regularly and eating a healthy diet all contribute to the beautiful glowing healthy skin I have. [...]

By | August 8th, 2014|Categories: Cosmetic, Integrative Medicine, Nutrition, Women's Health|0 Comments

Tips for Sleepless Night

You don't have to be tired! photo credit: pedrosimoes7 via photopin cc Insomnia and Difficulty sleeping is a very common compliant by many. Some people experience anxiety and can’t fall asleep, and some can’t fall asleep and that stems anxiety! Nonetheless, not getting enough sleep is not good for your mind, body and [...]

Cooling Rays of the Sun

Sunburnt? Here's how you can deal with it. photo credit: griff le riff via photopin cc In case, you didn’t know already, everyone is at risk for getting sun burnt! All races, ages, and ethnicities. Of course true, the darker the skin, the melanin protects you from the sun. However, don’t let that [...]

Natural Ways to deal with Acne

Fighting acne doesn't have to be you!photo credit: Pollobarba via photopin cc The FDA recently released June 25th that over the counter acne products containing benzoyl peroxide and salilycic acid may cause severe allergic reaction including anaphylaxis, hives, and itching ( 1). Although rare, but knowing this, people should try alternative therapies in [...]

Celiac, Could this be you?

Got Celiac?photo credit: Whatsername? via photopin cc For many that don’t know, May is Celiac Awareness Month. Over million Americans have Celiac Disease, that’s 1% of the population, affecting 1/133 people including both men and women of every race. (1) Celiac Disease is an autoimmune disease that affects the intestinal villa of your [...]

By | June 27th, 2014|Categories: Holistic Medicine, Integrative Medicine, Nutrition, Primary Care, Women's Health|0 Comments