Following the AIP is the very first step. And it’s not a 30 day challenge. It’s not a diet. It’s a LIFESTYLE SHIFT and a complete overhaul of what you currently believe. It’s not for the faint of heart and it’s not something you dabble with.
Prioritizing high quality sleep, and overall recovery, is probably one of the most undervalued things you can do for health. In this final installment of my trainer, Ryan Hodge’s three daily habits for a better you, we get into sleep!
I don’t believe in BIRTH CONTROL. When you’re 16 and you’re not having a menstrual cycle at all, and your doctor tells you it will affect your fertility, you panic.
One of my favorite people is back for part two of his guest blog series with us! My trainer and the founder of Kinection, Ryan Hodge, is talking through habits that make us better.
This week on the blog, I decided to change things up a bit and feature a guest blog written by my dear friend, Dr. Kristin Moore, DC. She talks about the potential link between our exposure to our electronics and our health.
I remember the day my leg gave out. The day before, I was 19, in the best shape of my life. I was co-captain of the women’s volleyball team at USC. I was young and thriving. I was living my dream. The next day. Gone.
There are so many diet fads. So many ways of living. So many belief systems around food and how it should serve our bodies.
I’ve been talking a lot about vaginas this week. And orgasms. So, let’s keep it rolling!
This is my favorite subject! Even with all of my access to doctors and alternative medicine, I still didn’t know anything about functional medicine until the summer of 2017.
Detox and cleanse are two words in the wellness industry that are thrown around a lot. Often times, it’s to sell you a pill that will make you have diarrhea to “get it all out.”
One of the scariest times for those of us working on our health is the holidays. How do I say no to my mom’s stuffing and gravy?
I was misdiagnosed for 13 years. Originally the doctor (a Rheumatologist) said I had Fibromyalgia. It wasn’t until the summer of 2017 that I found my Functional Medicine doctor and found out I have EBV.