The Naturmend Blog

Great Tips for Healthy Living

Advocating for Yourself

Not feeling the best is extraordinarily taxing – mentally and emotionally. Whether you are diagnosed with something specific or are or on the hunt for answers to a problem, feeling unwell is a huge stressor. Having to shuttle yourself to appointments, connect with different professionals and... Continue Reading

3 Ways to Ditch Your Diet this Christmas

The spirit of Christmas generally encourages us to spend, eat, drink, be merry and engage socially with those we love, like and some times even those we find it difficult to be around. Basically a lot generally goes on over the holidays and most of my patients return to see me in the New Year heavy... Continue Reading

The Pause

I’ve talked about 'the pause' many times in previous blogs but it’s always been something imbedded within a topic. I’d like to give it its own space here in this blog. The pause I’m talking about is that moment between a stimulus and reaction. This is truly THE opportunity we have to... Continue Reading

5 healthy holiday tips

The winter holidays are such an amazing time of the year: Christmas trees, the countdown to Christmas, a unique time to connect with friends and family, winter activities, good food and vacation time. Unfortunately, amazing as it is, Christmas also comes with its fair share of stress: financial... Continue Reading

This year, enjoy the holidays

Many articles I see this time of year seem to be aimed at what to do in order to survive the holidays. This holiday season will be very difficult for some of you. Perhaps you’ve lost someone you love, or you don’t have the resources to provide for your family and friends the way you wish, or... Continue Reading
Thankful beoynd the holidays

4 ways to be thankful beyond the holiday

  I am not well versed in the exact history of thanksgiving.  I do know however, that it was originally a celebration of the bountiful fall harvest.  It is the symbol of the turning of the season, a time where vegetables are abundant, a time for feasting…a time for overindulging and... Continue Reading

strength in numbers

If you are looking for a new bed time story for your children, you should tell them about Roseto. In the 1950’s Roseto attracted the attention of the medical community because of the low rates of heart disease and heart attacks in this small Pennsylvanian... Continue Reading