Holistic health believes that there are more layers to human health than fixed body physiology.
The food we eat, the emotions we go through, and the experiences we have, all integrate together to decide our state of wellbeing.
Individualized nutrition understands that each body is biologically unique, so the diets we need to care for them need to be unique as well.
As a trained healthcare practitioner, I have seen firsthand the power of Western Medicine and the ability it has to save lives every day.
Sleep is an important part of any holistic lifestyle, although, for so many Americans, it can be difficult to find restful sleep.
Adopting a holistic lifestyle is not a fad or a trend, but a life-long journey of choices that we make to create balance in our lives and to achieve the highest potential of well-being for our body, mind, and soul.
When we work together, we explore which self-care practices work best for you, and set goals around utilizing self-care to help improve your health.
Health is so much more than just a doctor’s appointment. Health is more than just the food that we eat. It is a result of our genetics, hormones, environment, and the state of your emotional, mental, and spiritual well-being.
Given the increased prevalence of herbal medicine, conventional doctors are more willing to assess the benefits of alternative remedies.
Use a daily checklist to create and maintain healthy habits. Achieve your goals by committing to better daily habits.