Posts in Health/Wellness
Glucosinolates and Cancer Prevention from Cabbage

Roasting cabbage is definitely one of my "go to" healthy meals for side dishes for my family. Its beautiful, so easy and fills you up!

Red cabbage is very low in calories but high in fiver and other important vitamins and minerals. It also contains antioxidants to help keep your skin fresh, tight, and flexible, reducing the wrinkles. The high levels of vitamin A in red cabbage is very beneficial for skin health, regrowth of skin cells, protection from sun damage, and the elasticity of the skin.

Very simple to add it to your soup, salad, stir-fry, or just roast it.

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How are you taking your daily dose of Turmeric? Laird’s Hydrate is one of my favorites!

Turmeric is Anti-Inflammatory: The active ingredient in turmeric is curcumin, a potent anti-inflammatory that helps maintain healthy inflammation responses.

Turmeric Supports Healthy Joints: Beneficial in promoting overall joint health and mobility.

Turmeric Boosts Stress Tolerance: As an adaptogen, it helps counteract the adverse effects of everyday stress on the body.

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Heart Set by Robin Sharma

I shared with you that 2 weeks ago that I attended a weekend workshop with the incredible Robin Sharma. 

One of the four primary areas of life Robin places focus on is "Heart Set". You can be operating at excellence mentally but you also must be showing up in life with a wide open heart. 

Balancing head and heart. Mindset and heartset. Courage with compassion. In my mind (and heart), that’s what genuine leadership and authentic power is all about. I encourage you to live this balance today. - Robin Sharma 

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The Science on Spending Time Near Water

Did you know that science has revealed that a visit to the water actually changes your brain?  Science has proven time and time again that people are happier and healthier when they’re closer to the water, whether that’s the ocean, a river, or even a bathtub. Our minds are sent into a restful almost hypnotic space thanks to the soothing smells and sounds of the water. Researchers refer to this as “blue space.” Try to spend time by the water this summer, it is one of my greatest joy's in life. 

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Did you know that changing the way you inhale and exhale can help you feel more relaxed and calm your nervous system? We breathe more than 25,000 times per day, but have you really every paid attention to your breathing? Can you get a deep breath all the way down to your core? When you breathe deeply through your nose, it can calm your sympathetic nervous system - breathing though your mouth tells our nervous system that it is go time. 

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