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Wellness

How Does Your Digestive Tract Affects Your Skin?

November 8th, 2017 | Wellness

Our skin is our largest organ. Not only does it protect us from the elements, bacteria, toxins from entering our bodies, but it also keeps our organs from falling out of our body. Studies have shown that stress and gut inflammation can damage the protective function and integrity of the epidermal barrier.

Reality Reflexology – How to Stay Grounded

August 30th, 2017 | Wellness

Certified Energy Medicine Practitioners Maria Salomao-Schmidt and Helen Chin Lui talks about why and how our energy becomes unbalanced due to our busyness and lack of awareness during Maria’s Reflexology session. They shared tips how to become aware when your energy doesn’t feel right and what you can do to correct the energy flow.

Do I Need to Chew 40 Times?

August 9th, 2017 | Wellness

Have you ever wonder why your mother used to tell you to chew your food all of the time? In most cases, your mother figured that you didn’t know how to chew your food properly and she worried that you were going to choke. This may be true, but there are other health benefits to […]

Foods and Habits to Avoid to Eliminate Body Inflammation

January 16th, 2017 | Wellness

Growing up in an Asian household we were taught many things. One of lessons was the importance of conscious eating. What does that mean? Eating the right balance of foods that would not upset the body’s “chi.” The list went on and on (in a good way). Eating lessons have been imprinted into the back […]

What are the Benefits of Turkey?

November 18th, 2016 | Wellness

Thanksgiving Turkey!Yes, I am sorry to report that the Food of the Month is not “stuffing.” Cuz who doesn’t love stuffing? However, as yummy as it is, it is definitely not a nutrient-dense, health-building food. So let’s talk turkey. Folks, protein is the building block of the body. A moderate 4-ounce serving of turkey has […]

7 Pressure Points to Relieve Seasonal Allergies – Foot Reflexology Tip

April 26th, 2016 | Wellness

Spring is finally here, and along with that comes pollen and severe allergies as we all know here in New England. Symptoms such as red, itchy eyes, constant sneezing,

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