Cheers to your health!

With the Christmas holiday season upon us, many are spending more time with friends and family, with the many dinners and parties to attend.  While we’re given the opportunity to...

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Lion’s mane: Nature’s cheerleaders for good health

When you hear the name “lion’s mane,” the thought of a mushroom probably doesn’t come to mind. Rather than resembling the capped mushrooms that many in western cultures are used...

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Success University for Women in Leadership

This week, rather than sharing my health tips, I wanted to share with you the very exciting news that I’ve been working on a book that launched on Tuesday, November...

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The Magical Reishi Mushroom

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word “fungus”? For many people, this word evokes thoughts of mold or fungal infections like athlete’s foot. The...

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The link between sugar and cancer

With the holidays are right around the corner, many people may find themselves becoming less mindful of what they’re eating. As the days get shorter, and the weather gets colder,...

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To Dye or Not to Dye?

To some extent, we all care about what we look like. Every morning, after rising out of bed, we all engage in a personal grooming routine that will make us...

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Can Your Body Shape Lead to an Increased Risk for Cancer?

As we age, some of us may begin to feel it  increasingly challenging to maintain our waistline. We may think that perhaps those days of feeling fit and looking trim...

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How Do Prostate and Cervical Issues Relate to True Intimacy?

  Although the topic may be a bit taboo, in the words of Salt-N-Pepa, “Let’s Talk About Sex”… or the lack thereof. Back in the day, you’ve probably heard a guy...

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