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Foods to Rev Up Energy Mood and Memory

Foods to Rev Up Energy, Mood and Memory

“Food is medicine,” as the saying goes. Yes, we have a place for medications in health and wellness, but what’s on your plate can have a tremendous impact on every cell of your body. Food makes nutrients available for sustaining function and wellbeing. By combining modern science and nutrition, we can directly affect many areas

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3 Superstar Nutrients I’m Adding to My Diet

3 Superstar Nutrients I’m Adding to My Diet Now

From time to time, I find myself part of a familiar conversation with people I meet in my travels, as well as my Park Avenue Center for Wellbeing patients and virtual coaching clients. That exchange often starts something like this: “Roberta, you’re always so healthy. How do you stay positive and energized and keep from

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Lack of Energy

Energy: SOS!

Several years ago, I gave each patient who came into my office a survey that asked them to rate, by frequency and priority, which of an assortment of common health challenges they faced. I was surprised at the results: Lack of energy landed at #1, outranking even weight issues on my patients’ health radar! That

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Does Your LIFE Spark Joy?

Does Your LIFE Spark Joy?

Ever since Marie Kondo published her book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, I’ve been a fan. The promise of a gentle plan to organize and streamline possessions and clutter—to get that dream closet that looks like an ad in a magazine—was irresistible. Better yet, the concept at the root of Kondo’s philosophy resonated with

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Have you Been Called Too Sensitive

Have you Been Called Too Sensitive

If you’re too sensitive, then join the club—the HSP club. In fact, I’m a card-carrying member myself, along with many of my clients and 20-30 percent of the general population. Short for Highly Sensitive Person, being HSP is truly a double-edged sword. When I was growing up, my mother would say, “Oh, you’re just so sensitive”

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3 Habits of Women Who Feel Centered, Vibrant

3 Habits of Women Who Feel Centered, Vibrant

I know you. You’re a smart, savvy professional. You’re a woman of distinction and elegance. You’re a top performer and an expert in your field. You’re good at what you do—really good. And I know your wellness struggles because I was there once myself—okay, maybe more than once. Just like you, I was driven to achieve.

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Cultivating Your Relationships in Difficult Times

Cultivating Your Relationships in Difficult Times

Sometimes I think of relationships as a garden—they require nurturing and TLC. Life has its ups and downs but during tough times (such as we’ve been experiencing the last number of months), more concerted effort is required to ensure our relationships stay strong and nurturing. Here are 6 ways to endure trying times and have

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3 Easy Steps to Shift Your Mindset and Embrace Change_holistic healing coach

3 Easy Steps to Shift Your Mindset and Embrace Change

Whether we like it or not, change is all around us, especially in our current environment, considering all that we’ve been faced within 2020. While just sticking our heads in the sand, waiting for all this to pass, then returning to “normal”—and meanwhile being consumed with worry, fear, and stress—would seem easiest, I’m taking the

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Stress Making a Woman Sick to Her Stomach

Is stress making you sick to your stomach?

Feeling worried? Uneasy about today’s challenging times? Bowel routine slightly off? Experiencing digestive grumbling, “butterflies in your stomach,” or heartburn? Nausea or cramps? Change in  appetite? Any of these common discomforts can be a sign of disturbance in your enteric nervous system (ENS). What? You’ve never heard of it? You’re not alone. As important as this

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5 Sneaky Self-Talk Habits to Ditch in 2022

5 Sneaky Self-Talk Habits to Ditch in 2022

In December, we all seem to think we receive an imaginary “report card” grading our accomplishments for the past year. Did you finally get that promotion that you’ve been hoping for? Did you lose the 20 pounds you swore you’d take off by last spring? Did you start that exercise program you promised yourself last

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