Everything that you read, hear, or see about packaged food has a heavy dose of marketing spin behind it. We are all exposed to carefully crafted brand stories that tout so-called benefits, but omit truthful information
The topic of how to improve gut health comes up repeatedly in my client consultations. Find out what dietary and lifestyle changes are necessary to minimize gastrointestinal distress and feel your best.
Fundamental lifestyle changes can ward off cognitive decline. So how do you ensure that you have a healthy brain? Allow me to introduce the Lady Moxy Brain Booster Program.
“Today, Mom is like a deciduous tree that loses its leaves and remains barren. Stripped of a vibrant life. Stripped of the ability to rejuvenate, to regain her memory. I’m in the audience watching a slow slithering descent into frailty.”
Before I started Lady Moxy, I spent three months researching various health apps, and interviewing people who had previously tried Weight Watchers (now WW) and Noom. I received lots of insightful feedback. Here’s what I learned before selecting the best app for healthy eating.
The pervasiveness of coconut-based products begs the question, “Are these coconut products healthy?” Is there any science behind the coconut craze that touts its health benefits?
The widespread growth of highly popular alternatives to dairy milk is evident in the grocery store, both in the refrigerated section and on the shelf. Given the myriad of choices, what is the best plant-based milk? Read on to discover the pros and cons of soy, almond, rice, and oat milk.