A LOOK AT AN ANTI-INFLAMMATORY LIFESTYLE, DIET & FATS- PART 3

Anti Inflammatory Diet & Fats

I am excited to share another video with you this week from my friend and colleague Deanna Norelli of Tulasara Wellness.

This is the Third Video in Deanna’s Series on A LOOK AT AN ANTI-INFLAMMATORY LIFESTYLE.

In this video she looks at some of the healthy anti inflammatory fats – Olive Oil, Hemp Seeds, Nuts, Flax Seeds, etc.

I hope you find this video informative and helpful.

GET Happy – GET Healthy – GET Whole

Have a Beautiful Day!

Gina Lynn


A LOOK AT AN ANTI INFLAMMATORY LIFE STYLE – Part 2

I am excited to share another video with you this week from my friend and colleague Deanna Norelli of Tulasara Wellness.

This is the Second Video in Deanna’s Series on A LOOK AT AN ANTI-INFLAMMATORY LIFESTYLE.

Deanna gives an overview of Chronic Systemic Inflammation. She discusses Risk Factors, Symptoms, Related Diseases and Ways to Reduce Your Risk.

I hope you find this video informative and helpful.

GET Happy – GET Healthy – GET Whole

Have a Beautiful Day!

Gina Lynn

Deanna Norelli – Tulasara Wellness.

Deanna is a wellness advocate and educator. She combines her western health training in nutrition with her eastern yoga training to help her clients achieve optimal health. She has a passion for yoga, Ayurveda, digestive health, and an anti-inflammatory lifestyle. This passion provides a unique perspective on overall wellness.

Deanna offers weekly in person and virtual yoga classes, monthly virtual wellness workshops and annual wellness coaching programs encouraging each individual to be a better steward of their God-given temple.

You can find more information on her offerings at Tulasara Wellness.com


PLANTAR FASCIITIS

Here is another great share from my friend and colleague Stacey Roberts of New You Health and Wellness.

Stacey contributed a Post a few weeks ago “WHAT IS WELLNESS?

This week I am sharing a segment she had on The Morning Blend with Molly Fay.

Stacey and her Client Nisha talk about the Advanced Softwave Technology Treatment offered at New You Health and Wellness.

Stacey explains what plantar fasciitis is, Nisha gives her testimonial on how much this therapy has helped her get back to thriving in her daily life.

Together they demonstrate the Advanced Softwave Technology Treatment.

Stacey also explains a bit more on the other healing modalities she uses for Nisha. This includes physical therapy soft tissue work, foot wear recommendations, diet, and stretching exercises.

New You Health & Wellness is offering an Softwave Introductory Special for $49.00, this includes a consultation and an abbreviated treatment to see if it helps. You can contact Stacey at 414-519-9332 or through her website at New You Health and Wellness.

Here is the link to the FREE DOWNLOAD: 5 Steps to Eliminate Foot/Heel Pain – mentioned in the video

I hope you find this segment from Stacey informative and helpful.

GET Happy – GET Healthy – GET Whole

Have a Beautiful Day!

Gina Lynn

Stacey Roberts

Stacey is my friend and colleague. She has been a physical therapist since 1990, specializing in outpatient orthopedics and sports medicine. 

In 2003-2004 Stacey became a master herbalist to further her knowledge in the complementary therapies that her patients were starting to use.  From 2004-2017 she owned and operated a cash based health and wellness clinic on the Gold Coast of Australia specializing in in women’s health and hormones, and couples fertility. Her interventions combined conventional knowledge with complementary treatment emphasizing lifestyle changes in her patients regarding their eating plan, supplementation programs, and stress management to help  thousands of women and men achieve their health goals as well as create and expand their families.

After returning to the United States, Stacey was hired by a national physical therapy company to grow and develop their orthopedic outpatient practice. From 2016- 2020 Stacey has been an associate clinical professor at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee’s Physical Therapy doctoral program. 

Recently, in 2021, she opened New You Health and Wellness, a holistic cash based clinic where she combines her knowledge of wellness, hormone health and musculoskeletal health in the treatment of patients with issues related to musculoskeletal injuries/sports medicine, sexual health and pelvic health.

I am excited to have Stacey as a guest writer on my website.

You can find out more about Stacey at Newyouhealthandwellness.com


I LOVE PECANS…

Pecan Nuts

Pecans are by far my favorite nut. I love them for their sweet buttery flavor and health benefits. 


Health Benefits of Pecans:

1. Heart Healthy

Pecans contain monounsaturated fats along with antioxidants which help reduce the risk of heart disease. Adding pecans to your diet can help decrease your LDL, ‘bad cholesterol’ and increase HDL ‘good cholesterol’. Keeping your cholesterol in a healthy range can prevent stroke and coronary artery disease.

2. Improves Digestion

Pecans are full of fiber which helps to support your gut health. Fiber aids in regular bowel movements which are so important to help prevent toxins from building up in your body.

3. Helps with Weight Loss

Eating nuts provides a feeling of fullness and pecans are a very rich source of B vitamins which help to increase the rate of metabolism.

4. Anti-Inflammatory Benefits

Pecans are rich in magnesium which is known for its anti-inflammatory benefits. Increased magnesium intake reduces inflammation in the body. Inflammation is the root cause of almost all disease.

6. Boosts Immunity

Pecans are a rich source of manganese which is a powerful antioxidant. This trace mineral protects your nerve cells from free-radical damage, thus boosting immune function.

7. Skin Benefits

Pecan nuts are an excellent source of vitamin E, vitamin A, zinc, folate and phosphorus which play roles in maintaining a healthy complexion.

The antioxidants in pecans, ellagic acid, vitamin A and vitamin E, fight and eliminate free radicals. These free radicals are responsible for causing damage throughout the body, including  skin damage.


Pecans are my go to snack. Sometimes I pair them with apple slices sprinkled with a little Ceylon cinnamon but my favorite snack is simply pecans and blueberries.

Add pecans to your diet and notice the enjoyment and benefits they can bring.

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