Dr. Doni talks with Dr. Bonnie Nedrow about metabolic flexibility and how to improve our ability to keto-adapt and burn fat and why it’s important to address adrenal function when keto-adapting.
The way your body responds to stress is unique to you. Dr. Doni talks about cortisol – how it affects all areas of your health and how optimizing your cortisol levels is essential for healing.
Self-acceptance and self-love are not selfish. In fact, they are tools that can serve to lower oxidative stress levels and heal the stress patterns in your life.
Dr. Doni helps you figure out if you are suffering from burnout and lays out a strategic plan for you to recover from it!
Coritsol is our body’s safety mechanism. But when cortisol is too high or too low it sends signals to the body’s four main systems that something is wrong, creating symptoms that indicate an unhealthy amount of stress exposure. Learn about the connection between cortisol and stress so that you can reduce or even eliminate these harmful symptoms.
This holiday season, give the give of healthy habits to your loved ones – while introducing some selfCARE into your daily practice. Here are Dr. Doni’s Holiday Gift Ideas focused on selfCARE: Clean eating, Adequate sleep, Reducing stress, and Exercising.
Discover how dealing with betrayal can cause damaging physical and emotional stress on the human body that results in lasting health ramifications. Betrayal is a devasting thing. Whether from our spouses… Or best friends… Or a family member or business partner (or boss)… Or a community or organization… It cuts us deep and leaves sometimes […]
This Mother’s Day find out how to give Mom the gift of health and less stress all year round—not just on the days a calendar tells us to! A pedicure to paint those pretty toes… A massage to work out the kinks… A new bath bomb or lotion to moisturize the skin… Sound familiar? […]
Stress triggers fat to be stored around the belly – but that’s not all. Find out how belly fat has been linked to heart disease and other serious conditions.
More often than not, a major contributing factor to feeling unwell hides within our adrenal glands – and how cortisol is behaving in our bodies. Here’s a crash course on controlling cortisol levels so we an get back into balance.