5 Health Practitioner Tips for a Healthier New Year

EWS Team
January 21, 2019

At the start of the New Year, many people pledge to change their habits in order to be healthier. Our practitioners at Enhanced Wellness Studio want to help you meet your New Year’s resolutions and have comprised a list of their best tips to having a healthier New Year. Stay tuned over the next few weeks as we release each practitioner’s piece.

Mindful Eating: A No-Brainer?
By Brittany Trueman, Registered Dietitian

Sometimes it can feel like you have to choose between having a nutritious meal or an enjoyable one. With mindful eating you can have it all! Being prepared and present in the moment will help you to eat healthier, maximize enjoyment, reduce overindulgence, and save money.


The ‘C’ Word…Catch it Before it Catches You

By Pamela Clayfield, Registered Nurse

People dread the “C” word.  The “C” word is like poison. It poisons our bodies and then it poisons our minds. Cancer is a real disease but those who dread the word don’t realize it is treatable when caught in early stages and there are preventative screening programs in place to find abnormalities before it becomes a reality. Read about these Preventative Care programs and how you can be screened.

 
Why Does Mindfulness Matter?
By Rebecca Feuerstein, Registered Social Worker

What is mindfulness and why does it matter?This post will review concrete ways to incorporate mindfulness into your daily life.


Make Movement Your New Addiction

By Dr. Kenneth Stelsoe, Doctor of Chiropractic

We have heard repeatedly that a sedentary lifestyle is bad for us. Most people relate it to weight gains, heart disease, and muscle weakness. But are those the only things physical activity can prevent? Or could we gain other benefits from making movement our new addiction in 2019? 


The Evolution of Touch

By Angela Gibson, Registered Massage Therapist

Children not only need touch, but it is necessary for their survival. As we progress through life, our need for touch and sometimes ability to touch others changes.