Archive for the ‘healing’ Category


My top Resources for Health, Wellness and Fitness

Monday, August 8th, 2016

I tend to think of myself as a scientist with my body and my life as an experimental lab. I am very passionate about wellness and really love to explore different ideas and concepts.  I read and listen to interviews related to well-being, health, yoga and fitness daily.  If a concept resonates with me I tend to experiment with it […]

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Posted in Detox, diet, fasting, Food, healing, Innovation, Mindful Eating, Mindful living, Uncategorized, Vegan, weight loss, Wellness | 4 Comments »

Regenexx Stem Cell ACL Procedure Review

Friday, August 5th, 2016

My skiing accident has been quite a trip so far. The most valuable lesson learned is to listen to my own inner voice and to be guided by intuition. In that light, I invite you to think of yourself as a scientist and an explorer, to gravitate towards non-traditional and nurture your intellect to think outside of the box. If you injured, consider all possibilities of healing. Learn, listen, tune-in with your inner voice to make a decision from that place vs. listening to others including your doctors.

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Healing – Follow Six Step towards Speedy Recovery

Friday, July 15th, 2016

So, we can do our best, but accidents crop up on us. Regardless, it’s our reaction to the injury that affects our ability to heal. We can choose to suffer and we can also choose to heal.

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Posted in Fear, healing, injury, Rock Climbing, Ski, skiing, sports injury, Wellness, Yoga | 2 Comments »

Fantastic Stem Cells Journey – When Science Fiction Turns into Science Fact

Sunday, June 26th, 2016

kept fantasizing of alternative medicine where my own cells somehow used to repair my knee. Accidentally, I’ve stumbled upon the stem cells ted talk followed by article in the outdoor magazine where I saw a reference to the stem cell clinic is in Bloomfield, CO. I was still skeptical and everyone including doctors contributed to my skepticism. One of the “traditional” doctors looked at me like I was talking about aliens. Considering my love for since-fiction, I’ve tried to put this subject to rest, but my subconsciousness kept bugging me to keep researching the subject. As always, I’ve listened to my inner voice as I embarked on a wonderful world of stem cells since!

Posted in healing, injury, Innovation, Science Fiction and Facts, Ski, skiing, sports injury, Stem Cells, transformation | 5 Comments »

Summer Fun with Mango, Berries and Smoothies

Thursday, June 23rd, 2016

he best smoothies are nutrient-dense, providing lots of fiber, oils and vitamins necessary for good nutrition. Simply blending a banana with ice and milk does not make a good smoothie…You can be very creative with smoothies by trying different varieties of fruits, veggies and nuts.

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Follow Six Simple Steps to Come Back to Balance

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016

If you don’t make time right now for a healthy life style, allocate some time later to be spent in the doctor’s office. What would it be?

Posted in Food, healing, injury, Mindful Eating, Mindful living, skiing, sports injury, transformation, Vegan, weight loss, Wellness | No Comments »

Iron: the Vegetarian Way

Tuesday, March 10th, 2015

Ironically, many foods eaten by vegans are superior to animal-derived foods. For example, you would have to eat more than 1700 calories of sirloin steak to get the same amount of iron as found in 100 calories of spinach (1 cup of cooked spinach, cooked contains 6.4 milligrams of iron).

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Surviving a Sport Injury: A Guide for Healing.

Thursday, March 5th, 2015

Here’s the harsh reality. Even with the best physical and mental preparation, injuries will happen. They are an inherent risk in any adventurous sport. However, it’s your reaction to the injury that affects your ability to heal. And the sooner you heal, the sooner you can return to your sport. You can choose to suffer, but you can also choose to heal.

Posted in healing, injury, Ski, skiing, sports injury | 6 Comments »