Christmas seasons are tough on those with chronic inflammatory conditions. Hives, rashes, chronic stuffy or runny noses, sinus infections, sore joints…these are all aggravated by foods that create inflammation. But what does that actually mean?
So in Part 1, we talked about a few things: Feelings impact the physical body Some of these feelings have predictable locations in the body, and sometimes they do not Everyone experiences this to some
Start off your New Year right! Dr. Krysten DeSouza, who will be taking care of my practice during my maternity leave, will be guiding people to eat better and take care themselves this coming January!
As I reviewed a hormone panel with a lovely woman this week, and then had a conversation with someone else in the community at lunch regarding her menopausal symptoms, it hit me: Many women as
Your bundle of joy may also be causing you pain and sadness; welcome to constipation in pregnancy! Progesterone slows down bowel movements. We can prevent it! If you are already quite constipated and have not