Guide your patients in making heart-healthy food choices
- February 15th 2024 , by Jenny PerezViews No Comments
- February 7th 2024 , by Jenny PerezViews No Comments
If it doesn’t challenge you, it won’t change you. Based on the Life’s Essential 8 guidelines from the American Heart Association, it’s time to talk to your patients about these lifestyle strategies to help them naturally reduce their blood pressure.
- January 22nd 2024 , by Jenny PerezViews No Comments
Learn about seasonal affective disorder (SAD) including its causes, symptoms, and possible treatment options to help your patients.
- April 3rd 2023 , by PRL StaffViews No Comments
The prevalence of low libido is nothing to laugh about. A healthy libido is an underemphasized aspect of wellness. But what do you do when hormonal changes, medications or chronic stress drag down your ability to enjoy your love life? Well, you learn to lean into nourishing the libido naturally, integrating the use of plants, like maca, that offer nutrients and bioactive compounds that have an affinity for enhancing the reproductive health of men and women.
Known as ‘Peruvian ginseng’, maca has been traditionally used as a food and medicine in Peru for thousands of years for its nutritional, energizing, and fertility-supporting properties. As practitioners, we have a responsibility to educate ourselves about natural remedies like maca, and to use that knowledge to help our clients make informed decisions about their health. There is a growing body of clinical evidence supporting maca root’s potential therapeutic benefits, such as supporting