Watch any patient of yours inquire about the latest alt-milk trend out there: oat milk. To think that Starbucks added almond milk to its menu, and that caused waves of cheers for all who were lactose intolerant. The question
It’s okay to feel funny about recommending to your patients that they wear those trendy chunky shoes with the massively cushioned heels. We don’t often mix medicine with fashion at all. But things change. Trends evolve. And
Be sure to mention this to your patients and watch their jaws drop: for them to detox, it’s not about shakes, powder or even liquids (although that can indeed help). Your virtual health coach will tell you that certain veggies and even herbs can best do the trick.
As a doctor or personal wellness coach, one thing’s for sure: we need to know the facts. Or us educating our patients may spread the wrong seeds. Such is the case for the CBD craze, not to mention the fact that marijuana is now legal in many states. Medically, the plant does have its uses, but
As a doctor or personal wellness coach, this may be a tricky subject. As the word oil does often come with it a negative connotation. Yet many don’t realize that the right oils out there do exist; and if you educate your patients on where to find them, their cooking habits will be that much more
If there ever could be a mantra aligned with the paradigm “Too Much of a Good Thing,” this would be it: in this day and age of Instagram perfection, and social media amplifying motivation to be leaner and healthier to the point it’s an obsession, it’s possible constructive self-care can turn out
As a doctor, you’re focus is the patient; that’s your customer, and when there’s a struggle with weight loss, you’re first instinct is to help them in any way you can. It is challenging to find medication and surgery that works. Exercise alone isn’t the answer. In most cases, it really is about