Back-to-school time can be a rough transition. But with Dr. Doni’s Stress Remedy “C.A.R.E. Activities,” there are a few simple steps you can take to create a completely different outcome – so that you are feeling rested and ready to go!
Stop being so hard on yourself! Making a change in your diet or lifestyle can be challenging. Here are 7 simple things you can do to make the transition easier – and break the cycle of being hard on yourself so you can start to support yourself instead.
Can you create positive change in your life? Why not use the first day of Spring as an opportunity to make one small change in your routine to be healthier and happier. You don’t have to make a lot of changes at once to have a positive impact, so here are a couple simple starting points for you.
Dr. Doni Wilson covers all the basics of protein powder: Why to use protein powder, how to choose the right protein powder, and how to calculate how much protein you need in your diet. She includes some healthy and delicious protein shake recipes and protein smoothie recipes as well!
A new year means a new set of resolutions. Dr. Doni talks about making lasting changes to your health rather than resolutions. Are you ready to put yourself first and start taking care of yourself?
Sandra Martini shares how she transformed her life by getting her health in order, losing 59 lbs, and reversing her diabetes.
People who meditate regularly see better sleep, decreased anxiety, and improved mood and focus. Here’s an overview of mindfulness and meditation to get you started in building your resilience to stress.
Skincare products often contain harmful toxins which can put undue stress on the body. Dr. Doni covers how and why, and offers a bunch of resources for toxin-free, stress-free personal care products.
Summertime is often associated with fun and relaxation, but stress is an ever-present force this time of the year that sneaks up on us. Here is how I recommend dealing with the top ten summer stress triggers.
If you can identify what is stressful to you, then you can seek activities and environments that help you decrease your stress. Here’s how to take the first step in honing your “stress radar” – the ability to notice and anticipate stress.