Yearly Archives: 2015

Partnership & Relationship Creation By Terri DeNeui, DNP, ACNP, APRN-BC

Are You Intentional or Instinctual? Are you tired of searching high and low for the "perfect" mate, job or life experience? Have you ever thought you had the perfect mate, job, house, or life only to find yourself feeling empty or confused? Have you ever met someone and felt like it was love at first sight only to be disappointed months in to the union? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, your inner cavewoman may be in control! Over the years of my practice I frequently saw patients who were working hard to achieve true balance and well-being in their health, but really struggled when it came to personal relationships.  I feel strongly that in order to be truly healthy in every way - mind, body and spirit - we have to understand how to have positive relationships in our lives. A big part of understanding

Making Sense of Men: The Secrets of Attraction

Free Seminar for Women Only Men are attracted to women - no news there.  But did you know that there are two types of attraction?  These two types of attraction will determine if a man will want to be your friend or a romantic interest, if he will want to help make your work life better or just do the bare minimum at work to get by, or if he will even want to get to know you at all. The types of attraction also determine how men respond to you at work, at home, with family and in so many other ways. Join us Thursday, May 21 at Noah's Event Center in Irving for this compelling free seminar that will help you finally understand MEN. You'll learn the 8 qualities that attract men and the 6 ways men respond to that attraction. You can use this information in all

Omega This and That! By Lauren Bourland, MA, Metagenics Certified Lifestyle Educator

If you follow nutrition information or even catch the local news, you probably have heard talk about Omega fatty acids.  Fatty acids come in 2 forms:  Essential and Non-essential.  Essential fatty acids (EFA's) are those that must be ingested because our bodies cannot produce them.  Non-essential EFA's are those that our bodies can produce.  The two EFA's known are Omega 3 and Omega 6.  The most popular Non-EFA, Omega 9, is derived from things like canola, olive and macadamia oils, nuts and avocados, and can be manufactured in our body.  The latest and greatest Non-EFA Omega, which you may have not heard of, is Omega 7. The main EFA most of us are familiar with is Omega 3.  These are the EFA's derived mostly from fish that are supposed to be good for our heart and brain.  There is even talk that Omega 3 can reduce inflammation in the body. 

The Benefits Of Omegas

Most all disease processes are inflammatory in nature and we’ve all heard of omega 3s and that’s the EPA and DHAs which I’ll talk about in a minute. Jane McGarry: Good fats, bad fats, essential fatty acids, we know that omegas come primarily from fish but do you find it a fishing expedition to get the skinny on their health benefits? Terri DeNeui, nurse practitioner and founder of Hormonal Health and Wellness Centers joins us today to kind of straighten some of this out hopefully. There is so much information in the media these days about omegas. You hear about it all over the place, they're good for us, they're bad for us. It is very confusing. Help. Terri DeNeui: Yeah. Well, there is a lot of confusing information and that's of course my passion is educating and get all the right information

Andropause May Affect How You Feel By Terri DeNeui, DNP, ACNP, APRN-BC

We've all heard of menopause; that dreaded time of life for women when we feel like something, or someone else has taken over our bodies.  Sometimes menopause can begin as early as our 30's....mood swings, fatigue, mental fog, depression, weight gain, night sweats, and low libido.  Then eventually, a decade or so later, hot flashes begin and the misery steps up a notch. What about the guys in all of this mess?  Why don't they have to suffer like we do?  Don't they age too?  Well the answer is ABSOLUTELY!  Males begin their hormone decline on average at age 35, losing 2% of testosterone production per year which is important and not just for sexual health.  Testosterone, produced primarily by the female ovary and the male testicles, and to a lesser degree by the adrenal glands (yes ladies, females make and need testosterone), has many functions in our bodies beyond

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