Maintaining healthy blood sugar is an important step towards reducing potential health complications. While there are many modern advances that help so many lives, there is still a significant health disparity. In regards to those with type 2 diabetes, women are four times more likely to develop heart disease, compared to men whom are twice… Continue reading Three Magic Foods To Help Maintain Healthy Blood Sugar With Traditional Asian Medicine!
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
We all know the seasons of spring, summer, fall and winter, but did you know that in Traditional Asian Medical theory there is a 5th season? It is called late summer. Though shorter than the others, late summer is considered to be its own season. And to be even more precise, anytime we are in… Continue reading The 5th Season?
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
Hi! Please enjoy Part 3 as I discuss letting your yoni breathe for better health. 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.
If you didn’t have a gynecologist visit last year, please make a resolution to do so. The more information that one has regarding their health the better- always. Whether this information is that you are totally healthy, or that there is something going on that requires your attention, knowledge is power. Click here for more.… Continue reading New Yoni’s Resolution #4: Book that gyn visit
Improving eating choices is often a favorite resolution topic. Since eating is a vital part of our daily living, why not choose foods that are good for your overall health and yoni? Click here to learn more about foods which do just that. Love being a woman, Dr. Danett