As I’ve been doing more research, listening to podcasts and reading emails and blogs, I’ve come across some great resources for you. Whether you have received the vaccine or not, you may know someone who could use these resources so please pass along. As we are seeing break-through infections of COVID with those who have been vaccinated, it's important to have these resources on-hand, vaccinated … [Read more...] about More Important Resources for You
The county that we live in here in Texas is in the "red zone" for COVID. Interestingly, it's age groups 18-50 years old that are among those becoming infected. I want to give you some more resources that may be helpful for you if you chose. Whether you have been vaccinated or not, you still need to have your "natural medicine" and "medical" cabinet stocked up as we are seeing "breakthrough" cases … [Read more...] about Resources You Want to Have
No doubt by now you have read or heard about the new COVID variant called "Delta." According to the regional director of the European office of the World Health Organization, Hans Henri Kluge, a new coronavirus variant called “Delta” is “poised to take hold” in Europe, which may necessitate renewed lockdowns. Should You Be Concerned? In the U.S., currently, 10% of all COVID cases is the … [Read more...] about Should You Be Concerned About the New Variant?
I think we all want to live a long time, but we want our brains to keep functioning at a high level, right? The old saying “you want to be all there when you get there” couldn’t be closer to the truth for all of us. Moderate cognitive decline is common as we age, forgetting some people's names, a name of a movie, or the name of an old boyfriend, but what you start to see with dementia is … [Read more...] about How to Keep Your Brain Healthy as You Age
Who doesn’t want to live a longer, healthier life? There is a difference between “lifespan” and “health span” though, and you want both. No one wants to live a long time without the ability to take care of themselves and enjoy the things that they love. What We Know We know aging is inevitable, but some things can slow down the common signs of aging that begin to show up. You lose 3-5% of … [Read more...] about How to Switch on Longevity
Last year was one for the record books. With so many people working from home, kids out of school, and limited access to getting healthy "fast" food, more people started cooking. I was actually excited to see that happen! However, the quarantine kitchen excitement is wearing off. As restaurants open up again, they are slammed with people sick of cooking! Keeping You in the Kitchen I'm going to … [Read more...] about Has the Quarantine Kitchen Worn Off?
When seasonal allergies flare, do you reach for antihistamines that leave you feeling groggy and edgy? If so, you are among the 26 million people who suffer from airborne allergies caused by grasses, trees, and molds. When we first moved to Texas, it seemed like everyone was suffering from “cedar fever.” We were told, “just wait, you live here long enough and you’ll develop an allergy to … [Read more...] about How to Survive Allergy Season