Even with COVID-19, some of us will be traveling during this time of year. Here are some easy steps to stay healthier and feel better when you arrive at your final destination, even if it’s your sofa.
Many of you have been working remotely in your home environments during the past few months. While it’s easier to control your individual environment, please know that businesses carry a significant burden to have the workplace as ready as possible for your safe return. Let’s discuss the basics of going back to the work-world post
Living in Dallas for 24 years has given me many opportunities to know and work with flight attendants. In fact, one of the biggest clinical gems I’ve learned was thanks to a 40-year American Airline flight attendant! She had been struggling with elevated cholesterol levels for years and lives a remarkably healthy lifestyle for flying
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zfgxo1irH28 Want to stay as healthy as possible while on the road? Dr. Mary Warren discusses tips you can use on every trip to ensure your body operates at its best. The Foundational Four: Water - Drink water to pump your lymphatic system. Nutrition - It's all about the B.A.C.O.N. (Butter, Avocados, Coconut oil,
Yes, it’s the Holiday time again! How does this happen so quickly? Many of us will be traveling for business and vacation during this time of year. Here are some quick and easy steps you can take to look and feel better when you arrive at your final destination. First: get yourself ready to go
Traveling for work is stressful! You can stay on track and even pick up a few new healthy habits by incorporating the following steps: Drink half your body weight in ounces of water (i.e.: 150 lbs. = 75 oz. water). Water supports everything and you will look and feel better! Drink more green tea than