From Ronit's Desk...
“A true teacher would never tell you what to do. But he would give you the knowledge with which you could decide what would be best for you to do.”
Russell Skinner, MD
Living in this technology-driven age, it’s easy to acknowledge that when an electronic device, such as a cell phone, is powered off and then rebooted, the object functions better. From updates to fixing glitches, it’s an effective process for optimal usage. The same truth can be applied to the human body. No, one can’t simply power-off the workings of the human systems, but it could be possible to “reboot” through intermittent fasting.
What is intermittent fasting?
Intermittent fasting is the adjustment of your eating pattern, cycling between fasting and feasting for a determined period. Yes, it’s crucial to consume nutrient-rich foods, but with intermittent fasting, the emphasis isn’t placed so much on what you eat but when you eat. This regulated method is about purposefully skipping meals and eating only within a designated window.
Ronit Mor, ND
Most people still view massage as a luxury item. They place it on their wish rather than todo list. But massage should be considered as a necessity just like eating healthy and working out.
Massage therapy has been employed to promote physical and emotional health since the earliest human civilizations. The earliest indication of massage was between 3,000 and 2,500 BC in Egypt and China.
In recent years, a wave of studies has documented some incredible emotional and physical health benefits of this ancient healing practice. Here are a few reasons to pick up the phone and schedule your next massage: