Fall Prevention in Seniors

Posted: December 13, 2018

Falling has become so prevalent in the aged, that there are “Fall Prevention Clinics”. Fall prevention in seniors is mandatory. Are you aware that 646,000 people fall and die each year? What about the statistic that shows that these people are usually over 65. Now I don’t know about you, but I don’t think that … Continued

Women’s Autoimmune Disorders

Posted: December 2, 2018

It took years for me to be diagnosed. Whether it be unexplainable weight gain or brain fog, hormonal imbalances or mood swings…if you think something isn’t right, only YOU know your body. Women’s autoimmune disorders are on the rise. From the time we are young ladies and get our first period…our bodies do things that we … Continued

Losing Weight after 40

Posted: November 26, 2018

Losing weight after 40 seems to be something that causes a lot of grief for women.. Sure you see a lot of men with “beer bellies’ but if they change up a few minor details, the weight seems to be able to fall off. Women have a lot of factors that change it all. Hormones. … Continued

Optimize Energy Levels, Lose Weight

Posted: November 26, 2018

When it comes to weight loss, most people forget that cutting out food groups and cutting calories leads to less energy. In a perfect scenario, you’d optimize energy levels, lose weight AND feel like it was a sustainable plan. We are so consumed as a society in “named diets.” Instead of obsessing about removing foods … Continued

Thyroid and Hormones

Posted: November 13, 2018

My thyroid and hormones struggle began in my early thirties. I thought that as I was getting closer to 30, that I’d “get ahead of the game” and started doing tons of cardio and eating healthy. HA! My idea of eating healthy and exercising then was what most women STILL do. I was eating tuna … Continued

Healthy Aging after 50

Posted: November 12, 2018

Remember when you used to think that a 50 year old person was ancient? If you live in my world, you see both ends of the spectrum. As a gym owner that coaches and promotes healthy aging after 50, i’ve seen weak and I’ve seen strong. Our life expectancy has just been raised to 84 years … Continued

Lose Weight Live Longer

Posted: November 5, 2018

Obesity costs billions of dollars per year. From weight loss pills to medical intervention. Airplane seats, ambulance beds and ride on carts in grocery stores have all been made larger due to our expanding waistlines. When will we wake up and say a new mantra “Lose Weight Live Longer”? I’ll be there isn’t a woman … Continued

Answers to questions about Thyroid disorders

Posted: November 3, 2018

The thyroid is a small but powerful gland that controls many systems.  Hypothyroidism is one of the most misunderstood disorders of the thyroid. Whether you have seen your primary care doctor or an endocrinologist, I know you want answers to questions about thyroid disorders. If it were only that simple. The thyroid is considered a … Continued

How to Survive an MRI

Posted: November 3, 2018

MRI’s are a stellar tool in the use of diagnosing medical problems. As a person that’s been active my entire life, I have had injuries AND, MRI’s. Since the idea of even having one invokes fear, and I had one yesterday…I laid in that white tube planning my blog on How to Survive an MRI. … Continued

Release a cocktail of anti-aging hormones

Posted: October 21, 2018

Are you suffering from a “lost mojo?”  Most likely you are feeling that time is getting the better half of your life. If you are too tired to exercise, you are not alone. As a woman in her last year of her 50’s, I have created a plan to release a cocktail of anti-aging hormones … Continued