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As we age, our libido can definitely need encouragement, especially as we enter and experience menopause.   Menopausal hormone changes often lead to decreased blood flow to the vagina and thinning of the tissue of the vulva, which can lead to increased pain and decreased sensitivity.    On top…
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Foods To Battle Stress During the Coronavirus Pandemic If you’re feeling stressed, who can blame you? In a recent study, 53.8% of respondents rated the psychological impact of the coronavirus outbreak as moderate or severe; 16.5% reported moderate to severe depressive symptoms; 28.8% reported moderate to severe anxiety symptoms,…
Blog - Galveston Diet after menopause
Exercise Beyond Menopause – For Weight Loss and More Many women, especially when entering or experiencing menopause, tend to put off exercise completely or transition to simply walk a couple of times a week over time. However, physical activity, including aerobic activity AND resistance training, becomes more and more…
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Sure, we have all heard “exercise is good for you” – probably thousands of times… When you review the medical studies and get down to the nitty-gritty SCIENCE to understand WHY this saying is so true – you may be a bit surprised. After some digging, I have gathered…
Dr. Mary Claire Haver 15 Quaratnine
The Quarantine 15… It’s easy to see how you might gain weight during the pandemic, especially if you are spending most of your time at home. As it turns out, comfort food recipes have been trending on Google. (There is so much baking going on, supermarkets can’t keep flour…
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Let’s talk about vitamins and supplements. Honestly, one of the main questions I get asked is, “What vitamin do you recommend?” And my answer might floor you… I don’t. I am not a huge fan of vitamins, as I think it is important to get our micronutrients from whole…
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How To Lose The Pandemic Pounds We (hopefully) are finally out of the thick of the COVID-19 pandemic. While we begin to adjust to our new “normal,” we may find ourselves changing out of our sweats and comfy clothes and back into “real” clothes. Does anyone notice your pair…
How To Age Well
First of all, what does the phrase “age well” mean? Is it by achieving a certain weight? No. Not by any means. Aging Well sets your body up for success by establishing habits to encourage overall health and wellness and lowering your current risk for heart disease, diabetes, stroke,…
Break Free From sugar
Excessive sugar consumption has MANY negative health effects. I am not saying you can never have added sugar again, but rather, I hope this information will make you aware and mindful of what you are putting into your body. The current dietary guideline recommends that calories from added sugars…

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