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Let's Talk Immunity - Keeping Colds & Flu at Bay
08
FEB

Let's Talk Immunity - Keeping Colds & Flu at Bay

Owen Wiseman
Finished
  • Virtual event
  • 2023/02/08 03:00 AM - 2023/02/08 04:00 AM (your local time)

It can start with a tickle in the throat, that achy-all-over feeling, or a cough and runny nose that lets off the moment you step into a room full of people. This winter, cold and flu viruses are everywhere, and by now, everyone wants to just be well for a little while. What can you have on the shelf to help strengthen your immune system and prevent symptoms from showing up and sticking around? What are the natural remedies that can help keep you healthy?

3 Easy Strategies to Relieve Perimenopause Fatigue
24
JAN

3 Easy Strategies to Relieve Perimenopause Fatigue

  • Virtual event
  • 2023/01/24 08:00 PM - 2023/01/25 08:00 PM (your local time)

Tired of feeling tired? You deserve to feel strong and energized!

In just 20 minutes a day, you'll learn:


  • Why perimenopause and menopause can cause fatigue
  • The simple daily shift you can make for more energy
  • Tips to have a solid sleep so you wake up feeling rested and full of energy
  • Learn what tests to get from your doctor to help assess your fatigue
  • Find out what supplements to avoid to save you time and money
  • How to quickly feel refreshed and beat the mid-afternoon slump


It is possible to make it through a workday without feeling like you are going to crash at your desk in the afternoon.


It is possible to have the energy to keep up with your kids and make it through a hike on the weekend.


It is possible to wake up feeling rested and excited about the day.


Join me!

Connect and stay engaged with your wellness community.

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#worlddiabetesday
3mins read

#worlddiabetesday

Someone somewhere has been diagnosed with prediabetes this month. 


It might come as a shock. After all, who really thinks about it, until the Dr forces us to.


This is not the hereditary kind that is not preventable and requires insulin to control. 


Prediabetes leads to Type 2 diabetes, sometimes called Onset Diabetes, and is a disease that’s becoming more common but unnecessarily so. There are lifestyle choices that affect the onset of type 2 diabetes, so it is also called a lifestyle disease. Chances are you know someone who has this type of diabetes. Especially if you are over 50. 


It’s of interest to me because I know that this disease can be prevented and reversed with some simple habit changes. My mother had it and she was poking herself all the time to test her blood sugar. She also got glaucoma, an eye disease that’s associated with diabetes. She suffered more from that, I think.


The choices you make now can influence whether you will be dealing with this disease in the future. It’s easy to ignore what we don’t have to face every day, until we do.


So I hope this is helpful for you.


An interesting fact: As obesity rates continue to rise, so do rates of Type 2 diabetes. You can prevent and treat both issues at the same time.


Here are a few tips if you need to re-focus on your health.


  1. Move more daily.

Walk every morning and after dinner. An after-dinner walk is especially helpful to control blood sugar levels.


  1. Eat well. 

Eat enough. But eat the good stuff, nutritionally. Use food as fuel, not as your anti-depressant, stress-fix, or boredom buster. There are healthier ways to deal with that. 


  1. Focus on Fiber

By slowing down the digestive process, fiber helps lower blood sugar levels, and therefore, insulin levels, helping to prevent and treat excess fat storage and Type 2 diabetes.

Good sources of fiber: Lentils and other dry beans and legumes, whole grains, nuts and seeds, edamame, sweet potato, apples and berries of all kinds.


  1. Swap the calorie-rich Carbohydrate foods for Nutrient-rich Carbohydrate foods

Healthy sources of carbohydrates in the diet include essential nutrients and fiber. However, many people eat far too many foods that lack the nutrition and fiber but elevate their carbohydrate intake - examples would include any foods with added sugar and those made with flour (ya, that’s bread, guys). Healthy sources of carbohydrates are also good sources of fiber - fruits and vegetables, legumes and dry beans, quinoa, and unrefined grains as some examples.


Education is power, but not if you don’t take action. 


Maybe you could have that check-up you’ve been putting off for a while.

Or re-stock your pantry with healthier options.

Plan ahead for your next grocery shop.


Now, let’s go get that walk in!

Gutsy Masterclass: Food Sensitivities for Beginners
16
NOV

Gutsy Masterclass: Food Sensitivities for Beginners

  • On Eventbrite
  • 2022/11/16 06:00 PM - 2022/11/16 07:15 PM (your local time)

Join Board Certified Holistic Nutritionist Cordelia McFadyen of Inspired Living Nutrition Inc for an insightful Masterclass on how to understand what a food sensitivity is and the basic outline of how to complete an elimination diet. It's estimated up to 20% of people may have a food sensitivity and many more may also have a gluten sensitivity. Many common symptoms include headaches, brain fog, bloating, bad bowel movements, weight gain, inflammation and more. Discussion will also focus on some core recipes needed while completing an elimination diet. Let's get inspired!

This Masterclass will cover:

- Understanding what a food sensitivity is, and isn't

- Understanding the immune, and inflammation, connection to the gut

- Learn about the top foods that are involved in an elimination diet

- Discussion of the concept of hitting one's "toxic load"

- Learn the outline of how to complete a mini elimination diet

- A recipe collection to accompany your mini-elimination diet

- 1-hr online class + 15-Min Live Q & A at the end of class

* You'll get a copy of all recipes and resources to use after the masterclass!

--> Time 12 -1:15 pm CT

Business and social media strategy
01
NOV

Business and social media strategy

  • On Zoom
  • 2022/11/01 08:00 PM - 2022/11/01 08:45 PM (your local time)

This is an exclusive FREE WORKSHOP for health and wellness brands/ professionals.


High level review of the following:


-Personal branding

-Best social media platforms for your business

-Tips on short videos (Reels/TikTok)

-Best way to boost Search Engine Optimazation (SEO)

-Opportunity for Q & A to get feedback on your business pages and social profiles


Sign up to learn how you can boost your online presence.

Immunity in the face of virus adversity
18
OCT

Immunity in the face of virus adversity

Owen Wiseman
Finished
  • Virtual event
  • 2022/10/18 11:30 PM - 2022/10/19 12:15 AM (your local time)
  • Research revealed: Echinaforce® clinically proven to prevent, treat and reduce COVID viral load
  • Why broad anti-viral activity is key to protecting against evolving respiratory viruses
  • Understanding the immune/ stress correlation
Ian Coburn
2022/08/04

Want to improve your shoulder stability! While written in the context of volleyball, this article explains the why and how of some shoulder exercises that will help anyone. https://www.volleyballadvice.com/shoulder-exercises-for-volleyball-players/

Donna Cross
2022/07/04

The following 8 posts are my 8 published articles regarding type 2 diabetes reversal and Reiki. Enjoy!

Donna Cross
2022/07/04

https://www.diabetes.org/blog/sharing-my-story-donna

Donna Cross
2022/07/04

https://diastronghealth.com/how-will-i-feel-after-a-reiki-healing-session/

Donna Cross
2022/07/04

https://diastronghealth.com/distance-reiki-explained-beginners/

Donna Cross
2022/07/04

https://diastronghealth.com/reiki-holistic-diabetes-management/

Donna Cross
2022/07/04

https://corporate.thediabetesapp.com/diabetes-remission-daily-routine/

Donna Cross
2022/07/04

https://corporate.thediabetesapp.com/daily-routine-reverse-diabetes/

Donna Cross
2022/07/04

https://corporate.thediabetesapp.com/low-carb-pandemic-life/

Donna Cross
2022/07/04

https://corporate.thediabetesapp.com/my-story-from-denial-to-deliverance/

Improving Mental Health Naturally and Effectively
2mins read

Improving Mental Health Naturally and Effectively

I believe we all deserve to feel good about ourselves. Some people struggle with this more than others. Something I’ve found very helpful for me, turns out to be one of the top strategies for dealing with mental health on a wider scale.


One of the BEST things you can do to show yourself some love and support is to MOVE your body – regularly and intentionally.


When you exercise regularly, your body just plain FEELS and FUNCTIONS better from the inside out. And it’s not just your body but your mind that feels and functions better. That’s what I’m talking about! Movement is healing.


Here’s a list of just some of the many benefits related to mental health: 


1. better mood 

2. reduced stress

3. relieves tension in the body and promotes relaxation

4. reduced anxiety 

5. reduced depression 

6. boosts self-confidence

7. Improved brain health (replenishing blood vessels and brain cells)

8. Improved brain function (slows cognitive decline and improves memory, focus).

9. better sleep (both quality and quantity). When we sleep better, we think better.

10. Increased energy - yup, expend energy to gain energy! When we feel more energetic we just feel better, physically and mentally.


If you want to feel better about yourself, get moving.


Is there anything in this list that you could benefit from?

David Turnby
2022/04/19

Before TurnFit I was very much so focused on my aesthetic goals. I still have aesthetic goals that I'm reaching with you guys. But now I'm really putting mobility at the forefront of it and functionality. And by doing that, I've noticed I've actually gotten aesthetic improvements a lot faster than I have in the past. Apply for a free assessment https://TurnFit.ca

The Real-Life SuperWoman
1min read

The Real-Life SuperWoman



I've been a certified personal trainer specializing in women’s fitness since 2013, and more recently, a 500-hour trained yoga teacher. Rather than go on about me, here's one of my clients demonstrating the TRX SuperWoman. I've been her proud coach since October 2020! Let her WOW you!

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Who wants to give this a try?


Let's connect if you want to see if personal training or private yoga with me is right for you.


https://www.moniqueshapirofitness.com/

Sign up for yoga, leave with so much more
2mins read

Sign up for yoga, leave with so much more


Sign up for yoga, leave with so much more


Maybe we didn’t need a pandemic to illustrate the connection between exercise and mental health.


Exercise, especially yoga, tends to keep the mind from spiraling, and can be a very effective tool to stay in the present moment.


I’m very grateful to have a small space in my home where I can offer clients personal training or private yoga.


Most often, my clients are women who prefer the smaller, judgment-free environment of my private in-home studio.


With me, they have shared that their sessions over the past 2 years have had a strong positive impact on their mental health.


Although I offer fitness and yoga, my clients receive so much more out of their sessions than mere physical progress.


I take nothing for granted. I am filled with gratitude and honour each session.


I can easily list 3 things that have boosted my mental health the most, during these challenging times:

  • My clients
  • The virtual yoga community I stumbled upon winter of 2021
  • My dog 


For anyone who wishes to share here in our community, what has helped you to deal with the pandemic? Answers do not have to be fitness related. 


https://www.moniqueshapirofitness.com/

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