Links and Wellness Resources
Below is a list of products and providers that may be of interest to you on your journey towards health andwellness. Some of the products and services I have used and some my customers have used. The ones I have used Ihave had wonderful results with and the others I have gotten good feedback on.
Water Filtration Products by Aquasana - Drinking water filters, shower filters, wholehouse units, including well water. I have used Aquasana Products in our home since 1996! They are one of the highest rated home water filters and systems on the market.
Herbs, Vitamins and More Fav Products
Nature's Sunshine Products is offers over 500 products and specializes in unique herbal combinations as well as Traditional Chinese Medicine Products. They are my first choice when working with clients because I am aware of their quality and their effectiveness. They offer various membership levels. Click below to Shop our Nature's Sunshine Store.
Relax Wraps - Wonderful herbal bags for use with heat or cold. Many different shapes and sizes - All natural and organic LOVE THESE - they make great gifts! Check out their website, I originally met them at a local craft show!
Eat for Health and Weight Management Two of my favorite resources for converting to a healthier way of eating is one of the first books I ever read "Eat to Live" by Dr. Fuhrman and the movie Joe Cross did called "Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead". Often during the year, Joe shares his move at no cost.Both of these things gave me a different perspective on how I look at food. Although I am not vegan or vegetarian, I do follow a highly nutrient dense diet full of plants to maintain my health.
Wellness Center Locally, I run Energy Wellness Center where I offer a variety of Health Coaching and Services to individuals. We specialize in the SOQI Products, Cranial Sacral Therapy, and the Aqua Chi Foot Bath. If you live locally, check out our Energy Wellness Center we would love to meet you!
Chronic Pain Resources
Visit the American Chronic Pain Association their mission is to facilitate peer support and education for individuals with chronic pain and their families so that these individuals may live more fully in spite of their pain.
Visit iPain Foundation their mission per their website is "advancing access and quality care in order to help people suffering from a variety of inflammatory, neurological, emotional and degenerative conditions that involve chronic pain through education, awareness, and access to care projects." They were founded by Barby Ingle a well known author, speaker and motivator.
Visit RSDS.org. Their geared to give patients, family members, and healthcare professionals the most up-to-date information on treatment, legislation, support groups, research, fundraising, and patient stories.
US Pain Foundation is another organization outreaching to those dealing with chronic pain. They offer hope and inspiration and are active advoacates for improved care. They also offer tons of information and are a great resource.
The Organic Consumer Organization has a great little newsletter "Organic Bytes" is a newsletter you might want to subscribe to, or if you are interested in learning more about the organic side and related news, click here to view their website.
Whether you are interested in becoming a Vegan or just eating more fruits and vegetables and are in need of good ideas - check out VeganCoach.com or Rouxbe which is a plant based online cooking school - reasonably priced. I went through it and learned quite a bit!
Alliance for Natural Health is dedicated to protecting access to integrative medicine andpromoting the benefits of natural health.
Protect our right to maintain our health freedom, visit Sunshine Health Freedom Foundation.
Stop Smoking Resources
Get the American Cancer Society's Guide to Quitting Smoking.
Visit the American Lung Association. Every year in the U.S. over 392,000 people die from tobacco-caused disease, making it the leading cause of preventable death. Learn what can be done to stop smoking and break your cycle of addiction. Also help them educate our youth on the hazards of smoking.
Visit the Center for Disease Control for support in quitting, including free quit coaching, a free quit plan, free educational materials, and referrals to local resources.