My dreams are one of my top priorities.

While I have many responsibilities, my dreams are always a top priority. I realize that dreams are what make life worth living. It is easy to get caught up in day-to-day responsibilities, but I always remain aware of my dreams. I regularly schedule time to work on my...

Flatten Your Tummy in 3 Simple Steps

You can have the lean, flat stomach you've always wanted! Make these nutrition, exercise, and posture tips part of your daily life and you'll blast away your belly fat. Eating for a Flat Stomach: 1. Maintain a healthy body weight. If you're already above your ideal...

8 Brilliant Ways to Bring Excitement Back to Your Cubicle Job

Day jobs can get a little...dull...sometimes. Especially when you're caught in a cubicle, staring at the same faux walls day after day. After all, how fun can it be when your entire existence has been confined down to a desk, a computer screen, and whatever bits of...

7 Questions to Identify Your Self-Improvement Needs

When you want to go on vacation, one of the first decisions you make is where to go, right? Knowing your destination helps you figure out how to get there, what you will need, what you can expect to get from your trip, and all the other important things that allow you...

Turn Negative Words Into Positive Words And Why You Should

By using positive language, you can prime your brain for positivity. Words matter and when you choose positive language (and hear it), it makes you feel positive. It makes you feel better emotionally and mentally, which will of course positively impact on your...

5 Ways to Know When You’ve Found Your Spiritual Path

With so many paths to spiritual awareness, how do you know what you've found the one that's right for you? Personal spirituality is just that: Personal. For this reason, there's no one-size-fits-all instruction book to take you where you want to go on your inner...

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7 Reasons Wheatgrass Benefits Your Healthy Diet

It is little wonder that wheatgrass is considered a superfood by many nutritionists. The benefits of consuming this wholesome food are numerous. Below are the seven top reasons that wheatgrass benefits most of my clients who are in search of health and wellness tips:...

Food of the Week: Chocolate

Too often chocolate receives a bad rap for being the reason behind unwanted pounds, acne and other maladies. Now it’s time to celebrate chocolate for its good. Cacao, or chocolate, has long been considered an aphrodisiac and for many years, physicians recommended...

Is Breast Really the Best Choice for Our Babies?

This has been a topic of controversy for a long time – and I can completely understand why.  On one side of the fence, we have the staunch supporters of breastfeeding that cannot fathom how anyone could possibly feed their baby anything other than what mother nature...

Not for Dogs: Chocolate

Chocolate may bring pleasure to many of us but in large quantities it can be very dangerous for dogs. The treat contains theobromine, a stimulant found in the cacao plant that can negatively affect the nervous system of dogs. Have your dog examined by a vet if it...

Fits You To A Tea: Green Tea

This week, Dr. Veronica Anderson launches her new weekly talk radio show, Wellness For The Real World on WebTalkRadio.net. Her first entry on a regular segment, Fits You To A “Tea” is the tea many of us first encountered in an Asian restaurant: green tea. Though all...

Making Your Body More Alkaline

Instead of focusing on a single food this week, Dr. Veronica looks at the overall pH balance of everything we eat. With “pH diet” and “alkaline diet” being buzz words in today’s wellness community, a vital key to health maintenance is a pH balanced diet, meaning...

South Africa’s Rooibos

It’s no wonder a growing number of health-conscious consumers have taken a liking to rooibos (pronounced roy-bos), a tea that originates from South Africa’s Western Cape province and flaunts numerous wellbeing benefits. The two types of rooibos are red tea, which has...

Coffee, Tea or Me

With Guest Leopold Ntab Dr. Veronica Anderson returns with a new installment of her hour-long weekly talk radio show,Wellness For The Real World. It’s a lively, info-packed hour offering practical advice for enhancing your health and happiness, and special guests with...

The Ancient Pomegranate

Welcome to another episode of Dr. Veronica Anderson’s new weekly talk radio show,Wellness For The Real World on WebTalkRadio.net. This week it’s all about the anti-oxidant powerhouse – the pomegranate. Possessing a great flavor and health benefits make pomegranates a...

Abs Are Made in the Kitchen

Guest Blog by Sloan Luckie During a presentation at a corporate health awareness event, I was asked, “ How did you get a six-pack? You probably do a gazillion crunches, right?” “No”, I answered, “Abs are made in the kitchen.” Developing six-pack abs (or reducing your...

What Makes You Susceptible to Getting a Cold or the Flu?

Have you ever noticed that you get sick with a cold or the flu much more often than others around you? Or someone you know is constantly sniffling and maxing out on sick days at work? This happens because there are certain aspects of a person’s life that can make them...

Beautiful Hair: Look Great Without Risking Your Health

Did you know that some hair products and hair dyes can be harmful to your health? Recent studies by the National Cancer Institute and other organizations have found increased risks for cancer in hairdressers. This may be correlated to the chemical dyes and other...

Neurosculpting®: Mapping the Mindscape

By Guest Blogger Lisa Wimberger Well into this century science believed our brains were hardwired and fixed, and that we could not generate new brain cells.  Fortunately, for the betterment of mankind, science changed its tune.  It is now widely accepted, and...

Health Benefits of Cocoa and Ditch Your Prescriptions

Dr. Veronica interviews Dr. Eric Ding about the health benefits of cocoa. This is a chocolate lover’s dream land-8 chocolate bars a day will do the trick. Also hear from Richard Ruhling, MD, MPH who teaches total health seminars and says “What I’ve discovered is that...

From Fat To Fit: The Taming of the Chew

Thirty-four percent of adults age 20 and over in the United States are obese while another 34 percent are overweight (and not obese), according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Obesity is defined as a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or greater and is a major risk...

Dissociation: The Mind’s Natural Reaction to Trauma

By Judy Byington, MSW, LCSW, ret. Victims of rape and natural disasters express the same type of rage, grief and flashbacks to harrowing events as seen in veterans of war. This fractured thinking is also observed in survivors of concentration camps, accidents and...

Working Women’s Sexual Desires

By Guest Blogger, “The Erotic Nerd” This will be written as personal as possible because at the end of it all, I only know what works for me. I am an entrepreneur, I’ve built my own business and manage multiple websites on top of mothering a toddler. My whole life is...