Have you ever wondered how your body processes the chemicals found in the air, on your food, and in products in your home? What happens when you are exposed to excessive amounts of these chemicals? In our modern, industrialized society, toxins are constantly surrounding you and creating an increased burden on your body’s natural detoxification pathways. You may notice these effects in your body over time with signs like decreased energy, brain fog, sluggish digestion, skin rashes, headaches, and other potential symptoms.
“Longevity” has become something of a buzzword in the health and wellness space. So what is it? Longevity is, by definition, a long life or existence. When we talk about longevity as it relates to health and wellness, specifically, we are referring to the length of your years when your body and mind are as healthy, fit, and high-functioning as possible.
Stress and emotions impact the heart, but the reverse is also true. Your body has the inherent power to calm down your mind when you are tense. In this webinar, cardiologist Dr. Lauren Munsch Dal Farra discusses stress and the connection between the heart and mind. She will also address how you can tap into the heart-mind connection when you are in a state of stress.
Think about a time when you felt angry, anxious, or stressed. Maybe you had a big exam, an argument with a loved one, or a jarring emotional situation. It’s likely that your heart started to race, your breathing became quick and shallow, and you felt yourself start to tremble. Your muscles tensed up. Maybe you even felt dizzy or nauseous.
Food is one of the most important factors in weight management, gut function, and overall health. Learn tips and suggestions for incorporating healthy cooking and nutrition habits into your routine, from our registered dietitian and functional nurse practitioner.
Drastic diets and calorie restriction rarely get long-lasting weight management results. Learn how to lose weight the healthy and sustainable way by addressing your nutrition, movement, and stress, including information on our personalized weight management program.
The holidays are in full swing, which means celebrations, gatherings, time with loved ones, and… cold and flu season (womp, womp). With various illnesses going around and more time spent in groups, it’s more important than ever to build up a strong immune system that will carry you through the sick season and remain healthy and thriving.
Did you know that about 90 percent of Americans have some kind of nutritional deficiency? Taking dietary supplements such as vitamins and minerals is an effective way to prevent and correct nutritional deficiencies and support your immune system, brain function, muscle and bone strength, and much more.
What causes stress in your life? Take a few minutes and think about it. Are answers such as work, family commitments, relationship conflicts, or health concerns coming to mind? These common daily stressors affect everyone on some level.
Join us in the Oak Room for a nutritious three-course meal from the PALM Café and a discussion from functional medicine physician Dr. Scott Jamison. When your body ages faster than your chronological age, it can lead to an increased risk for disease, which can impact your longevity. In his presentation, Dr. Jamison will discuss how you can find out your biological age, the key to preventing age-related diseases, and lifestyle changes you can implement now to ensure you have many healthy years ahead.