If you love dogs and cats, being around them probably puts you in a better mood. But did you know that being a pet owner has actual measurable benefits for your heart health? 1. Improved Health Status of Heart Patients Dogs ease anxiety and improve the health status of hospitalized heart failure patients. 2. Anxiety […]
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Fawne Hansen writes on her blog, that over the past couple of years researchers have been studying the impact that stress may have on our body, in addition to the mental effects. It is often believed that stress effects only mental health, but this chart shows the results and the shocking amount of deterioration it […]
Avocados are extremely nutritious and a delicious way to add good fat to your menu. There are many recipes and ways to enjoy avocados, but Guacamole is one of my favorites. It’s very easy to make and it tastes great on anything from chips to a topping for baked chicken or fish! I hope you […]
Foot care means more than a coat of polish. Each foot is a network of many sensitivities. There are 26 bones, 33 joints, 20 muscles, and more than 100 ligaments, and each foot has a super-structure of nerve endings numbering in the high thousands. No wonder pedicures, reflexology, and other foot treatments are more than […]
Use the blood pressure chart below to see what your blood pressure means. Blood pressure readings have two numbers, for example 140/90. The top number (140) is your systolic blood pressure. (The highest pressure when your heart beats and pushes the blood around your body.) The bottom number (90) is your diastolic blood pressure. (The lowest pressure when your heart […]
One of the biggest misconceptions about heart disease is that it’s mostly men who have them. The fact is, heart attacks kill more women than ALL cancers combined … and that includes breast cancer, which many think is the number one health risk for females. Myth: Heart disease is for men, and cancer is the biggest […]
Heart disease may be a leading cause of death, but that doesn’t mean you have to accept it as your fate. Although you lack the power to change some risk factors — such as family history, sex or age — there are some key heart disease prevention steps you can take. You can avoid heart […]
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Lou S.Thank you for the presentation you gave for our ladies meeting. It was informative, practical and eye-opening! You know the ladies received the message by the good questions they asked and the fact that they lingered to talk with you afterward. You are appreciated and gifted.
We are enjoying your veggies so much, they are the best! I would like to go ahead and order 1 or 2 of each flavor again. Thank you again for the best cultured vegetables in the world!Heather
I recently had a Nutritional Counseling appointment with Denise. I basically needed some reassurance that I was doing ‘everything’ ok. Sometimes when we are not perfect with our daily consumption of food and supplements we think we are not making a difference. I explained my personal situation with her and she reassured me that I was doing a great job. Denise also provided me with some great advice that will help benefit my overall health both now and the future.Paulette K
On behalf of the Shepherd’s Center Board of Trustee I want to thank you for graciously coming to share with our community the benefits of living a healthy lifestyle.All who attended were touched by the warm and gracious manner in which you presented “Seven Keys to Unlock Your Health Potential”. After your presentation many expressed desires to turn over new leaves regarding their eating habits and other issues related to health. It was a real pleasure meeting you, Denise and I pray God’s continued blessing on your life.Deborah