Emotional wellness affects so many aspects of health. In Traditional Asian Medicine, there has been an understanding of the mind body connection for thousands of years. Here are three key ways to help improve/maintain emotional wellness from a Traditional Asian Medicine perspective. #1 Eat For Wellness … Continue reading Three Important Tips For Emotional Wellness Using Traditional Asian Medicine
After my father passed I found myself wanting foods that I don’t usually eat and in large quantities, like a tub of chocolate mousse. Yes a tub. I knew something was going to need to shift to not allow the emotions that I was having cloud what I know as a health professional and what… Continue reading The Detox That Saved Me
Dr. Danett Bean (Doctor of Acupuncture and Asian Medicine), women’s health specialist, author and speaker demonstrates how to make a powerfully healing and delicious postpartum recovery soup, that helped her to recover from postnatal depletion. It can also be used by anyone who needs some replenishing, like those with chronic conditions. Order your 1 month… Continue reading How To Make Your Postnatal Recovery Soup!
So after a frenzy of food possibilities over the holidays, we return to a reality where we are less thrown into such extreme choices of “naughty” and “nice” foods. Many of us seek a fresh start, or at least a definite path to answer the hot question of “What should I eat?” First, it’s a… Continue reading My Journey To Health Part 1- Life As A Vegan
Making health choices that are in alignment with the energies of the current season is one of the most important things one can do for preventive care. Enjoy some simple tips that are particularly important during the Spring from a Traditional Asian Medicine standpoint. Take good care and love being a woman, Dr. Danett
Dr. Danett (Doctor of Acupuncture & Asian Medicine and women’s health specialist) discusses why goji berries are a top choice of herb for preventive care for women. She includes how much goji to use as well as ways to use them and whom should not use them.
Maybe tracking your cycle has not made it to your resolutions list, but it’s a good one to consider. Tracking your cycle provides all sorts of vital and valuable information about your health, particularly from a preventive medicine and Asian Medical standpoint. Click here for a refresher to make sure you are counting your days… Continue reading New Yoni’s Resolution #2: Cycle Tracking
As we approach winter, our environmental landscape changes, as well as our inner. Colder weather, means that the intake of warm foods, like soups and stews are important for our bodies. If you are a meat eater, this is a better time to consume meat, than let’s say summer, as our bodies need more heat… Continue reading Tis the season to go within: Welcoming Winter (Part 2 of 2)
After last month’s series about sex, this month we will discuss why as we approach winter you may want to consider having less sex for awhile. We also explore other ways to be in harmony with the upcoming season, for better overall and yoni health. Mother Earth shows us just what to do. From a… Continue reading Tis the season to go within: Welcoming Winter (Part 1 of 2)
It can be quite natural to feel the inner workings of your reproductive system during menstruation, or as the body prepares to menstruate. But, when it is not just feeling the inner workings, but there is pain, that is not fun. While many women regularly experience painful cramping around and or during their menses, does… Continue reading Painful Cycles