menstrual products bill

Menstrual Products Bill: The Right to Know What’s Down There

Ladies – it’s time to know the ingredients in your tampons, pads and other down there products – like douches and menstrual cups! Wait….you don’t know about the Menstrual Products  Right to Know Act of 2017 that’s before Congress? It’s time for you to know and to take action. Call or email your representative right […]

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Inspired To Health

Inspired To Health Re-launch

I’m excited to re-launch my website—Inspired To Health! It was time to shed the old look and feel of my previous website to create a new and improved cycle.   What is Inspired To Health? The word health comes from the Old English word hale, which means wholeness, being whole. As an energy healer, I’m […]

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Re-Connecting to your Ovaries – the Bakers!

September is National Ovarian Cancer awareness month. In honor of our amazing and powerful ovaries, here are highlights and excerpts from previous blog posts about our special girlfriends, the bakers. These girlies take care of our eggs, produce a majority of our female hormones and actively engage in vital messages with other important organs. As […]

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Did You Hear the One about Fluorochemicals?

Anyone who has ever worked with me in my healing practice or is a friend of mine knows that I’m a strong believer in signs and coincidences. This week, timely messages caught my attention in unusual ways. In the past few days I’ve spent many hours digging for medical resources to back up a blog […]

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Operation – The Game of Health

As a little girl, one of my favorite games from Santa was Operation by Milton Bradley. My younger sister and I played with it for hours, and it felt thrilling to challenge friends in the neighborhood. If you’re not familiar, the object of the game is to remove organs and bones of the patient – […]

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The Health Benefits of Potent Lentil Vegetable Soup

          Lentil vegetable soup always reminds me of my Abuela- Grandma Tina. At 91, she doesn’t cook much now, but she is still known as the best cook in the family. Growing up with her lentil soup, a special treat and made with lots of love, never failed to make me feel warm on the inside. […]

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