- I believe that we all deserve to be well, meet our full potential, and live the life of our dreams. I believe the current healthcare system does a wonderful job at treating symptoms, but that true health and wellness requires a holistic approach and comes from within. I believe that we all have the power to change our bodies, our hearts, and our lives. My mission is to be your partner in healing and transformation, and to coach and support you in achieving balance in all areas of your health and well-being.
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Author Archives: Jennifer Shearin
For the month of May, I am challenging myself to eat nothing but REAL food, meaning no processed stuff. I hope you’ll join me! This challenge is FREE! We will be following the rules in Michael Pollan’s book Food Rules: … Continue reading
I’ll tell you the truth; I haven’t always liked my profession. I quit college to get married in the ‘80s, and then I had a child soon thereafter. If I hadn’t made those choices at such a young age, I … Continue reading
U.S. childhood obesity rates have reached 30%, and could be up to 70% in the next ten years. As of 2007, 2.7 million children in the U.S. are on medications for ADHD. Today’s children are the first generation who are … Continue reading
Here, Dr. Shelley Roth of Duke Integrative Medicine gives a good overview of I.H.C. Dr. Roth was one of my instructors when I attended health coach training at Duke Integrative Medicine.
When you have diabetes, life can be a challenge. You must be careful what you eat, monitor your blood sugar several times a day and make sure you take your medication. You may also be concerned about complications such as … Continue reading
This list is posted in several easily-accessible places around the internet, but it a very important resource for people who are striving for a healthier lifestyle, so I am reposting it here. Print a copy and use as a guide … Continue reading
Reposted from Emaxhealth.com Working with a personal health coach is increasingly recognized as an effective strategy for achieving health goals and improving overall well-being. The need for health coaches has grown exponentially in recent years as the demands of balancing … Continue reading
When you eat with your head, not with your stomach, the pounds pour on By Joy Bauer TODAYShow.com contributor Emotional eating is when you eat in response to feelings rather than hunger, usually as a way to suppress or relieve … Continue reading
3 avocados 1 carrot 1 large celery stalk 1 bell pepper, color of your choice (I used yellow) ¼ white or yellow onion 2 cloves garlic 1-2 handfuls of spinach 1-2 pinches of sea salt 1 cup of water Loosely … Continue reading