Happy Thanksgiving! I hope you have much to be thankful for, I know I do. Cranberries are a staple of many traditional Thanksgiving feasts. For as long as I can remember, we have had a terrific cranberry bread (made by my mother) that is always my favorite. This post should convince you to indulge in: Read More
“At times our own light goes out and is rekindled by a spark from another person. Each of us has cause to think with deep gratitude of those who have lighted the flame within us” Albert Schweitzer
This post was written by my mother, Dr. Linda Edelstein, who has been a Psychologist for over 30 years! She’s got some great suggestions. Yes, let’s be thankful today and jolly next month, but the reality is that holidays are difficult for many people for different reasons. We know that SAD (seasonal affective disorder occurring: Read More
The Doctor is in, more good advice from my mom,. Dr. Linda Edelstein. Read this BEFORE you begin your holiday shopping! I’ve been invited back to my favorite blog to talk about simplifying your life. The timing for this topic is perfect. We are entering a month long spree that ought to be named, “Adding: Read More
Many people wait until the New Year to try to become healthier, but now is the time to start; why wait? Here are suggestions to help you get going. 1. Breath through your nose -> Yes, the beginning can be that simple! Breathing through your nose increases your intake of nitric oxide. Nitric Oxide causes: Read More
I hope you have much to be thankful for.Happy Holidays!
For those of you who ate too much at the Thanksgiving feast, I have some great herbal formulas to help digestion. But if you cannot get into see me, I have a great suggestion. As many of my patients can attest, I am often drinking a cup of tea when they arrive at my Chicago: Read More