Brenda Rogers

Emotions, brain chemistry and hormones

By Brenda Rogers / 08 Aug 2018

Candace Pert’s research (Molecules of Emotion) shows that an emotion happens simultaneously in the mind and the body.  Every action, movement, and function is influenced by our emotions through peptides (and other information molecules) which bring messages to and from specific body cells. Emotions continually influence our endocrine, neurological, immune, neuromuscular, cardiac and digestive systems … Read more

Headaches? Bad Skin? It could be your liver

By Brenda Rogers / 16 Apr 2016

Quick fix? We live in a culture where when we have a headache we take a Panadol!  We don’t necessarily drink more water, reduce our caffeine or alcohol or eat more magnesium- and sulfur-containing foods! We’re pill poppers and typically go for the quick fix – the pill for every ill.  But at what cost? … Read more

My favourite homemade chocolate recipe

By Brenda Rogers / 04 Apr 2016

Love your chocolate? I love chocolate!  It’s probably my greatest weakness.  In January I decided to go the whole month without it to see if I could conquer it!  I discovered that it’s a treat that I really do want to allow myself, but I want to let myself enjoy it as well!  What’s the point … Read more

Preparing for Conception – now that’s a good idea!

By Brenda Rogers / 28 Mar 2016

Pre-conception Care It takes close to 4 months for both the male sperm and the female egg to reach maturation.  So, ladies, the egg you release this month has spent 4 months growing to full egg status inside your body and guys, the sperm you release today started its growth journey 4 months ago! That … Read more

The Art of Salad Making

By Brenda Rogers / 07 Mar 2016

How to make an awesome salad that’s satisfying Now’s the time to make the most of salads.  It’s hot, we feel lazy, we need cooling foods and we want to feel light.  So what’s the problem?  Many of us think of salads as a side dish and write them off as a main meal.  Think … Read more

Kitchen Medicine with Apple Cider Vinegar

By Brenda Rogers / 07 Mar 2016

I hope you’re having a healthy week! I have had so much interest in my fabulous Apple Cider Vinegar drink I’ve decided to post the recipe for you all to use!  I have also included a tasty dressing recipe to put the YUM in your salad!  Read on and enjoy… Apple Cider Vinegar as a … Read more

baby pregnancy healthy conception

Dads are Important Too!

By Brenda Rogers / 21 Feb 2016

Dads are Important Too! Male fertility is an essential component in preconception care.  My vision is to provide optimal health care for you and your partner to not only achieve conception, but to ensure you have a healthy happy baby. We help you to do this by educating you on the importance of nutrition, lifestyle … Read more

Underlying Things that Create Success

By Brenda Rogers / 04 Feb 2016

Most often, we think of commitments as things that we declare to the world like marriage vows, or work commitments, or a commitment to running every morning. Of course, we generally see our commitments as significant to our success. Consider, also, that as human beings we are always committed to something. There is never a … Read more

Good Life

What Makes a Good Life? by Jim Rohn

By Brenda Rogers / 23 Jan 2016

What Makes a Good Life? The ultimate expression of life is not a PAYCHECK. The ultimate expression of life is not a Mercedes. The ultimate expression of life is not a million dollars or a bank account or a HOME. Here’s the ultimate expression of life in my opinion, and that is LIVING A GOOD … Read more

Satisfying Mind Hunger

By Brenda Rogers / 10 Dec 2015

By Geneen Roth During the peak of my diet and binge days, hunger had nothing to do with how much I consumed–I ate because I was angry, sad, bored, lonely, or tired, or because I was celebrating, grieving, or getting ready to go on another diet. It never occurred to me that eating had anything … Read more

Gluten Free Breakfast Idea Part 2

By Brenda Rogers / 10 Dec 2015

These breakfast bars contain oats.  Oats are frequently contaminated with gluten and also contain a protein that some people react to.  But if you’re only mildly gluten intolerant these might be perfect for you.  Or you can substitute another gluten free flour if you really do need to avoid gluten altogether. I like to grind … Read more

Fruit sugar – do you need to be wary?

By Brenda Rogers / 09 Dec 2015

If you’re healthy and fit you really don’t have to worry about fructose – simply enjoy seasonal fruits in moderation and you’ll be fine. If, however, you have a problem with blood sugars it’s a good idea to limit high sugar fruits and to fill up or snack on veggies instead. Here’s a list of … Read more

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