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Restoring You Coaching

Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired?

Are you ready to get off the never ending yo-yo fad diets with little to no success. Do you feel alone, trying to figure out a new diagnosis? Don't know where to turn?? I want to help you!! I've been exactly where you are. Let me help you thrive on just survive. Let's talk. Contact me for your free consultation and let get started on your journey of wellness!! I want to help you... Restoring You!!

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The Restoring You Coaching Story

About Amber

As a result of a diagnosis and acute illness that threatened my life, and experiencing the challenges that I did, this gave me the desire to help others who are going through the same challenges that I have.  It is my desire to educate people about their diagnosis and how to manage life with it. To show alternative treatment for holistic and natural wellness. To encourage people that there is hope with changing their lifestyle. To help people not just survive but to thrive! 

To help people find their, what is it going to take moments, and how they are going to achieve their own personal wellness.

My journey in healthcare started with the stories that my Grandma May Davidson told me about my Great Grandmother who was a Midwife in Liverpool England.  As a result of my Grandmother watching her grandmother care for people, it gave her a desire to care for people the way that she had seen. She was never able to have a formal education due to WWII, immigrating to the USA, and raising my father as a single parent as her husband was killed in the war.  However, she found a special way to help others by volunteering in nursing homes and giving over 20 years of service to her local hospital. This gave me the desire to help others the way that she did. My journey has led me to physiatrics, pediatrics, kidney care, internal medicine, orthopedics, and missionary health care to the people of Krasnodar Russia. 

Certified Health Coach

Registered Medical Assistant

Brain Health

Do you suffer from brain fog? Your brain can be restored and work well for you!

 

Gut Health

Did you know that gut health is connected with total wellness?  When your gut is healthy, your whole body is healthy!

 

Living With Diabetes

Do you struggle with managing your diabetes? Learn how to live a full life as a diabetic.

 

Brain Health

Life style has a profound impact on your brain health..what you eat and drink, how much you exercise, how well you sleep, the way you socialize, how you manage stress are so important to good brain health!!

Food & Nutrition

EAT SMART, THINK BETTER. You are what you eat. As you grow older, your brain is exposed to more harmful stress due to lifestyle and environmental factors, resulting in a process called oxidation, which damages brain cells. Rust on the handlebars of a bike or a partially eaten apple gives you an idea of the kind of damage oxidation can cause to your brain. Food rich in antioxidants can help fend off the harmful effects of oxidation in your brain.

Medical Health

CONTROL MEDICAL RISKS. Hypertension, diabetes, obesity, depression, head trauma, higher cholesterol, and smoking all increase the risk of dementia. You can control and reduce these risks. Get your annual check-up, follow your doctor’s recommendations and take medications as prescribed. Get engaged in a brain healthy lifestyle for your body and your mind.

Sleep & Relaxation

CONTROL MEDICAL RISKS. Hypertension, diabetes, obesity, depression, head trauma, higher cholesterol, and smoking all increase the risk of dementia. You can control and reduce these risks. Get your annual check-up, follow your doctor’s recommendations and take medications as prescribed. Get engaged in a brain healthy lifestyle for your body and your mind.

Mental Fitness

YOUR MIND: USE IT OR LOSE IT. Mental exercise is just as critical as physical exercise in keeping your brain fit and healthy. Mental exercises may improve your brain’s functioning and promote new brain cell growth, decreasing your likelihood of developing dementia. Like your muscles, you have to use your brain or you lose it.

Social Interaction

STAY CONNECTED. Leading an active social life can protect you against memory loss. Spending time with others, engaging in stimulating conversation, and staying in touch and connected with family and friends are good for your brain health. Studies have shown that those with the most social interaction in their community experience the slowest rate of memory decline.

Diabetes Management

Make sure to check with your doctor before making lifestyle changes or trying new supplements. This is particularly important if you have problems with blood sugar control or if you are taking medications to lower your sugar levels. If you are diabetic or have problems with blood sugar control, then you should start doing something about it as soon as possible.

How can you live well while living with diabetes?

  • Exercise Regularly

    Bottom Line: Exercise increases insulin sensitivity and helps your muscles pick up sugars from the blood. This can lead to reduced blood sugar levels.

  • Control Your Carb Intake

    Bottom Line: Carbs are broken down into glucose, which raises blood sugar levels. Reducing carbohydrate intake can help with blood sugar control.

  • Increase Your Fiber Intake

    Bottom Line: Eating plenty of fiber can help with blood sugar control, and soluble dietary fiber is the most effective.

  • Drink Water — Stay Well Hydrated

    Bottom Line: Staying hydrated can reduce blood sugar levels and help prevent diabetes. Water is best.

  • Implement Portion Control

    Bottom Line: The more control you have over your serving sizes the better control you will have over your blood sugar levels.

  • Choose Foods with a Low Glycemic Index

    Bottom Line: It's important to choose foods with a low glycemic index and watch your overall carb intake.

  • Control Stress Levels

    Bottom Line: Controlling stress levels through exercise or relaxation methods such as yoga will help you control blood sugars.

  • Monitor Your Blood Sugar Levels

    Bottom Line: Checking your sugars and maintaining a log every day will help you adjust foods and medications to decrease your sugar levels.

  • Get Enough Quality Sleep

    Bottom Line: Good sleep helps maintain blood sugar control and promote a healthy weight. Poor sleep can disrupt important metabolic hormones.

  • Use Food For Fuel

    Bottom Line: You can use food to help give you the fuel that your body needs to operate properly, or you can use food to make your disease worse.

  • Adding Supplements

    Bottom Line: Most of our food supply is lacking in the daily nutrients that we need.  Adding supplements will enhance you healthy living.

  • Essential Oils

    Bottom Line: Adding essential oils can assist your healthy eating and supplements.

  • Lose Some Weight

    Bottom Line: Keeping a healthy weight and waistline will help you maintain normal blood sugar levels and decrease your risk of developing diabetes.

Gut Health

Life style has a profound impact on your brain health..what you eat and drink, how much you exercise, how well you sleep, the way you socialize, how you manage stress are so important to good brain health!!

If You're Experiencing These Symptoms, Your Gut Might Not Be Healthy

  • Upset stomach

    Stomach disturbances like gas, bloating, constipation, diarrhea, and heartburn can all be signs of an unhealthy gut. A balanced gut will have less difficulty processing food and eliminating waste.

  • A high-sugar diet

    A diet high in processed foods and added sugars can decrease the amount of good bacteria in your gut. This imbalance can cause increased sugar cravings, which can damage your gut still further. High amounts of refined sugars, particularly high-fructose corn syrup, have been linked to increased inflammation in the body. Inflammation can be the precursor to a number of diseases and even cancers.

  • Unintentional weight changes

    Gaining or losing weight without making changes to your diet or exercise habits may be a sign of an unhealthy gut. An imbalanced gut can impair your body’s ability to absorb nutrients, regulate blood sugar, and store fat. Weight loss may be caused by small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), while weight gain may be caused by insulin resistance or the urge to overeat due to decreased nutrient absorption.

  • Sleep disturbances or constant fatigue

    An unhealthy gut may contribute to sleep disturbances such as insomnia or poor sleep, and therefore lead to chronic fatigue. The majority of the body’s serotonin, a hormone that affects mood and sleep, is produced in the gut. So gut damage can impair your ability to sleep well. Some sleep disturbances have also been linked to risk for fibromyalgia

  • Skin irritation

    Skin conditions like eczema may be related to a damaged gut. Inflammation in the gut caused by a poor diet or food allergies may cause increased “leaking” of certain proteins out into the body, which can in turn irritate the skin and cause conditions such as eczema. 

  • Autoimmune conditions

    Medical researchers are continually finding new evidence of the impact of the gut on the immune systemTrusted Source. It’s thought that an unhealthy gut may increase systemic inflammation and alter the proper functioning of the immune system. This can lead to autoimmune diseases, where the body attacks itself rather than harmful invaders.

  • Food intolerances

    Food intolerances are the result of difficulty digesting certain foods (this is different than a food allergy, which is caused by an immune system reaction to certain foods). It’s thought that food intolerances may be caused by poor quality of bacteria in the gut. This can lead to difficulty digesting the trigger foods and unpleasant symptoms such as bloating, gas, diarrhea, abdominal pain, and nausea. There is some evidence that food allergies may also be related to gut health. 

Looking for Essential Oils?

Amber uses dōTTERA™ essential oils and products for symptom management and quality of life improvements.  Shop her collection here.

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