Wellness Blog

Autumn Nutritional Purification Programs are ON!

Posted by on Oct 8, 2014 in Wellness Blog | 0 comments

  It’s that wonderful time of year again, preparing for winter and boosting our body’s health for the coming threat of cold and flu season. Eating a nutrient rich diet of vegetables, fruits, lean protein and healthy fats, and drinking plenty of water is the foundation to a clearer, brighter, lighter You! The fact exists there are plenty of toxins in our midst for our detox systems to process, and our body is equipped to do so naturally. But over time our body’s ability to handle these stressors become increasingly difficult leading to acute and chronic ailments. Some...

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Gail Zaccai Esh, L.Ac offers Acupuncture Services at SHA

Posted by on Oct 8, 2014 in Wellness Blog | 0 comments

A warm welcome back to Gail Zaccai Esh, L. Ac after her maternity leave, now ready to be of service with her Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture practices.  Meet Gail: An entrepreneur with a successful consulting business, Gail switched career paths to practice Chinese Medicine after receiving a seemingly miraculous acupuncture treatment that completely alleviated the debilitating knee and back pain she had been experiencing. Combining her love of sports and Chinese Medicine, Gail specializes in sports injuries and orthopedics, with an avid interest in fertility issues that Chinese...

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Happy Chinese New Year of the Wooden Horse

Posted by on Jan 31, 2014 in Wellness Blog | 0 comments

Happy Year of the Yang Wood Horse! According to the Ten Thousand Year Chinese Almanac, today is the beginning of the 15 day period (Qi Node) called LiChun (“Spring Begins”). The day also marks the official transition from the Yin Water Snake into the new animal of the year: Yang Wood Horse. The native element of the Horse Branch is Fire, and the corresponding Stem for this year is Jia (Yang Wood). Think of a young horse, a colt; full of inspiration and vitality, but lacking in experience and training. The freshness is pure and beautiful, but it has little depth. Freshness is...

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Autumn Purification Programs- Give Yourself the Gift of Renewed Health!

Posted by on Sep 27, 2013 in Special Events, Wellness Blog | 0 comments

Want to Feel Healthier and Have More Energy? Transform your Body – and your Life with a 10 or 21 day purification program guided with Oshana See what the Standard Process Purification Program can do for you. Lighten your digestive and detoxification systems and see how this clinically effective plan can clear away any symptoms and recharge your body to greater health and balance. A Natural Path to Restoring and Maintaining Optimum Health Read more……      ...

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The Health Benefits of Probiotics

Posted by on Mar 13, 2013 in Wellness Blog | 0 comments

The Health Benefits of Probiotics 31st January 2013 By Dr. Edward F. Group III Guest Writer for Wake Up World Repeatedly demonstrated to aid gastrointestinal health in the human body, Acidophilus and other probiotics are key elements of our overall health and well being. This is particularly true when we consider that many of our common-day chronic ailments begin in the digestive system. It is also true when we consider the sheer number of people that suffer from poor gastrointestinal health, a condition which lowers the overall level of good bacteria in the body. What Are Probiotics? Before...

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Pineapple’s Amazing Healing Properties Revealed

Posted by on Mar 12, 2013 in Wellness Blog | 0 comments

Pineapple’s Amazing Healing Properties Revealed           By Sayer Ji Contributing writer for Wake Up World Enjoyed the world over as something of an icon of the tropical experience, the pineapple was used in indigenous medicine for a wide range of ailments; uses that are only now being confirmed by modern scientific methods. While most know pineapple as an exceptionally delicious tropical fruit, indigenous peoples used it to treat a variety of ailments. Unfortunately, much of this intimate plant knowledge was considered by early anthropologists to be based on mere...

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