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Is this toxin in YOUR food?

(Click photo to continue…) Imagine for a moment that a poisonous substance somehow got into 74% of the processed food in your local supermarket. Eat too much of this toxic substance and you’re headed for a life filled with hypertension, diabetes, fatty liver disease, heart disease, cancer, and dementia. You do some research and find out

Aug 24, 2016 / by Ann-Marie Giglio / No Comments

We’ve Had Some Alarming News About Sugar Lately…

(Click the photo to continue reading…) We’ve had some alarming news about sugar lately. It is a much bigger health problem than previously thought. According to a new government report published in the May issue of the National Center for Health Statistics Data Brief, young U.S. adults are consuming more added sugars in their food

Jul 06, 2016 / by Ann-Marie Giglio / No Comments

What are Beliefs and Why Do We Care About Them?

 (Click the photo to continue reading…) Beliefs are not facts. They are only interpretations or value judgments you make about yourself, your experiences, and the world around you. They are the meaning we assign to things. For example: If you weighed yourself and your weight did not change this week, it is a verifiable fact.

May 11, 2016 / by Ann-Marie Giglio / No Comments

Healing Touch of the Dove

(Click the photo to continue reading…) Our Guest Writer this week: Iris Mack, owner, Healing Touch of the Dove My clients often hear me talk about their myofascia tissue and how it’s actually in charge of the body. If you’ve ever had a situation that doesn’t quite get fixed despite massage and/or chiropractic adjustments, this

May 11, 2016 / by Ann-Marie Giglio / No Comments

Her Doctor’s Jaw Dropped!

(Click the photo to continue reading…) Our first TakeDown Challenge was a huge success. Our 12 challengers lost 110 lbs of FAT in 28 days by eating “normal” food that you can buy at Publix. People reported“more energy, sleeping better, wedding ring is looser, clothing is too big, skin is brighter,and more.” But the change

May 11, 2016 / by Ann-Marie Giglio / No Comments

Training for Vacation. What ??

(Click the photo to continue reading…) I just returned from a mini-vacation in Oregon. My daughter had invited me to come hang out with her. Turns out that by “hang out,” she meant hike on Cougar Mountain near Seattle (3 hours), walk around her neighborhood the next day for 3 hours, cross-country ski 4 miles

May 11, 2016 / by Ann-Marie Giglio / No Comments

How’s Your Willpower Holding Up?

(Click the photo to continue reading…) It’s that time of year…How about we take one more swing at our soon-to-be-forgotten resolutions? It might help to know this about willpower, stress, and your brain: Dr. Kelly McGonigal of Stanford University tells us that “will power is like a muscle. The more you work on developing it,

Feb 05, 2016 / by Ann-Marie Giglio / No Comments

What You Think About, You Bring About…

(Click the photo to continue reading…) …and you think 60,000-70,00 thoughts per day.  WHAT? The number isn’t written in stone, but The Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California says,“This is still an open question (how many thoughts does the average human brain process in 1 day). But SOCAL faculty have done

Oct 21, 2015 / by Ann-Marie Giglio / No Comments

5 Reasons SFG-style Kettle Bells Are Good for Your Back

(Click the photo to continue reading…) 1. SFG Kettlebell work strengthens your glutes. The late Vladimir Janda, MD from Czech Republic observed that people with low back dysfunction often exhibit “gluteal amnesia.” An improper recruitment pattern leads to increasing back problems as the back has to take over the lifting task of the glutes. The

Oct 06, 2015 / by Ann-Marie Giglio / No Comments

Are You Sick of Feeling Like a Failure?

(Click the photo to continue reading…) The latest data says that a third of all adults in the United States are obese, and another third are overweight–and thus on the path to chronic illness. How could this happen? I assure you, it’s NOT a lack of willpower, or about laziness, or genes. Nor is it because

Sep 02, 2015 / by Ann-Marie Giglio / No Comments