Stress + Adrenal Health

It’s 2 am and the clock is ticking… VERY… Slowly. Does this sound familiar? You my dear are NOT alone. Insomnia is a [frustrating] reflection of a deep deficiency or in some cases a hormonal pattern that merely needs to be recalibrated. No more band aids, you deserve resolution especially since, we both know a [ continue reading → ]

BUILDING A POWERFUL MORNING ROUTINE Autumn is my favorite time of the year-perhaps because I grew up in Colorado surrounded by the splendor of changing leaves.  I revel in the season’s crisp winds, golden light and harvest foods because to me they provide a sense of inspiration to change in sync with the seasonal metamorphosis. Whether you live [ continue reading → ]

While the the intricacies of a strong libido aren’t something that we openly talk about it’s a conversation worth having especially if you’ve noticed yourself asking “where did it go?”. Statistically, 32% of women over the age of 40 lose their desire to have sex. So naturally it’s time to dig into the details… Factors working against us: Truth be [ continue reading → ]

Here in Denver winter has finally set in. Spoiled by unseasonal warmth, the recent days of chill have shocked my system and reminded me that we are moving into the throes of winter. No matter where you are [in the northern hemisphere – that is] the cold weather blues may be creeping in. For me, [ continue reading → ]

Hormones have us wrapped around their little fingers as they communicate with each other thousands of times per second and their messages coordinate exactly how we feel on a day-to-day basis. Having spent YEARS pining after answers about hormone balance and being told that everything was “normal,” I’m here to tell you that pain, anxiety, [ continue reading → ]

Autoimmunity is one of those intimidating words in the medical world. Am I right? The tricky thing about autoimmunity is how stealthily the symptoms sneak up and seem to “suddenly” attack. At first blush this may feel very discouraging. I’m here to tell you [from personal experience-mind you] that autoimmunity can be spotted far before [ continue reading → ]