Interview with Professional Chef Nicole Bunting

Have you ever met a professional chef? I am super excited to introduce you to our local (metro Detroit area) personal professional chef, Nicole Bunting. She owns It’s Just Food. I had the pleasure of attending a cooking class she was teaching. She is a fun and engaging teacher and we had a great time and an even better meal. Her hummus is like crack (so I asked her to share her recipe with you) and she also had us make … Continued

Embracing Our Shadow

Going through a mid-life awakening Have you had it with trying to be perfect all the time? Has the novelty of being a “Stepford” person worn off? If it has, you might consider playing with your “shadow”.  This is something I am going through as well and I am now embracing my “shadow”.  Author Robert Bly and my mentor Rob Radtke would be proud. The shadow is the hidden part of your self that you keep stuffing down because it isn’t … Continued

Diabetic Neuropathy

Nothing is scarier than having a symptom that persists. If you are experiencing weakness, numbness, pain, tingling, or burning in your hands or feet that does not go away and you also have been battling a blood sugar problem, you may have diabetic neuropathy. If you haven’t been getting blood work done you may not even know you have a blood sugar problem so make sure to get your lab work done at least once a year. Early symptoms of … Continued

Un-Fried Bloomin’ Onion

This recipe is amazing! Noah and I will eat it as a meal and I’ve been known to make 6 at a time just so I don’t run out. With or without the accompanying sauce it is a great dish. If you have ever had a “Bloomin’ Onion” at Outback Steakhouse you will understand the draw. A beautiful display of a gigantic onion all spread out like a battered and fried exotic flower, and it’s about a gazillion calories (not … Continued

Increase Your Blood Flow for Optimal Health and Recovery

Increase Blood Flow with BEMER Therapy by Eileen Harryvan Have you ever wondered why you don’t recover from the daily grind and heal as quickly as you once did? In the past we could run around all day, stretching our bodies to the limit, then fall into a deep sleep, wake refreshed and do it all over again – as we age this beautiful capacity seems to slip away. A major factor often overlooked is blood flow in our smallest … Continued

Anti-Aging, Improved Circulation and Restful Sleep

We have some exciting news!! Our clinic will now be offering a new therapy that focuses on anti-aging, improved circulation and healthy sleep with Eileen Harryvan, a BEMER Therapy practitioner. This month we are posting about this amazing cutting-edge technology that can help many different health issues. Bio-Electro-Magnetic-Energy-Regulation, or BEMER, uses pulsed electromagnetic field technology (PEMF) to increase blood circulation in the small blood vessels of the circulatory system. This increases the transportation of nutrients and oxygen more readily throughout … Continued

Increasing the Female Libido

“It’s all in your head” has never been truer than when it comes to the female libido. Although a woman’s headspace is imperative for desire and arousal there are also other contributions to the equation. If you haven’t read my last post on increasing the male libido, please do that. There is some overlap. Although like men, desire in women can appear out of nowhere at times causing women to seek out or initiate sexual activity, this is typically not … Continued

Dr. Stacey on Empower Radio

I had a great talk with Drew and John on their radio program about wellness in the workplace as it relates to nutrition, chiropractic kinesiology and health in general. We covered issues like sleep habits, balance, lab testing, and healthy food plans. You can catch it here.

Increasing The Male Libido

A loss of sex drive can be concerning for both men and women. In this post, we will cover the most common causes of low libido in men and what can be done (next post is devoted to increasing the female libido). Although it is natural for a man to have a gradual decrease in libido, this doesn’t typically happen until 60 or 70 years of age. Aside from aging, there are many reasons for this to occur. Depression “The … Continued

Fifty Shades of Midlife

I just saw Book Club, the movie. It’s about a group of mature women who chose Fifty Shades of Grey to be their book of the month. If you don’t know what Fifty Shades of Grey is by now, even if you haven’t read the books, you have probably been living in a closet. This month I want to talk about the effects on the body of a book like that. That means we are going to talk about libido. … Continued