Tami Broderick

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A Mindful Approach to Life through Aromatherapy, Nutrition & Fitness.

If I were to ask you what all of the following symptoms have in common … chronic headaches, joint pain, cough, sinus congestion, frequent colds, anxiety, depression, dizziness, insomnia, bad breath, constipation, fatigue … would you know the answer? I see clients all the time that come to me for unexplained symptoms that no matter […]

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Mind/Body Balance: How Seniors Can Maintain Quality of Life

Our population is aging and it is estimated that by the year 2035, the number of individuals over 65 will soar to 78 million people and for the first time ever, will outnumber those under 18 years old. Jason Lewis is a personal trainer and owner of Strongwell, a company geared towards the health and […]

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Healthy Holiday Hacks

It’s December 1st and feasting season is well under way. Holiday parties, office treats, and drinks with friends, are just a few of the festivities that can disrupt your normal eating routine. Studies show most people begin to gain weight starting in October and peak around 10 days after Christmas. Too much food, too many […]

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Fall – Not just for PSL’s

It’s fall, which means the days are getting shorter, the leaves are starting to change colors and the temperatures are beginning to cool down. These shorter days result in less sunlight and for some can have a negative impact on mood. This also signifies a change in what we begin to eat and drink! As […]

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Keeping the Brain Sharp

Being forgetful can happen at any time and at any age. We live in a world of distractions, so misplacing your keys and forgetting to lock the front door from time to time is fairly typical and “normal”. As we age, however, those “senior moments” tend to happen more frequently, and can be a little […]

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The Benefits of Probiotics

Probiotics aka “the good bacteria,” are definitely a hot topic of discussion today. More and more studies are being done on what is known as the Human Microbiome, which is basically our own unique ecosystem of bacteria that live inside our body, primarily in the digestive tract. Researchers have determined that there are over 10,000 […]

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