For over 20 years, from Vanderbilt to Mayo to MaxWell Clinic, Dr. David Haase has been passionately pursuing the question "How Do We Create Health?" When going on a trip you are wise to have an accurate MAP and your health journey is no different! This webinar will help you learn how to discern what is likely to work from what is likely to harm and better self-direct your health.
Staying informed about current events can help us act in a more informed way. But in the case of frightening subject matter (like COVID-19), keeping up to date is a double edged sword. Stories of outbreaks, infections, hospitalizations, and deaths can take a toll on your piece of mind.
One of the hardest parts of cooking is deciding what to cook! When we set aside a few minutes each week to meal plan, we save time in the kitchen and eat healthier. I want to offer you some tips to help you make your meal planning a success.
Life happened and your meal plan got derailed. Don’t worry, you can still prepare a healthy meal if you keep some simple staples in your pantry. To be prepared for times like these, it’s important to start with a well stocked pantry. How do you create a well-stocked pantry?
Sensationalized articles about the dangers of supplements are a growing trend on the internet. Find out why nutritional supplements receive so much negative press compared to their more intrusive pharmaceutical alternatives, and learn about how we are thriving despite this.
Hey Everyone. Welcome to April. If you have been following along with our Habits of Health series, then you know that each month we are encouraging you to take another step in the direction towards health. So far we have talked about getting clear and defining what does the word “health” mean to you. Now we are going to start thinking about the specific habits that would help support what you are wanting to create.
Spring is here…or at least it is coming!! I love spring for many reasons. One of them is that it offers a chance to hit the reset button with proverbial “Spring Cleaning.” I am not an everyday kind of cleaner, but I like spring cleaning because it is a chance to clear the clutter.