Tina Meyhoff

Finding a Mantra

“It only takes a small hinge to swing a big door.” When I travelled to Nepal, many moons ago, one was instructed to spin the prayer wheels as you passed by each temple or statue. They were used to aide in meditation and as a means of accumulating wisdom and good karma. It was also a means to put bad karmas and energy aside. Inside each beautifully embossed hollow cylinder Read More

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Tina Meyhoff

“You Are What You Eat.”

Nutrition Therapy and Addiction. How eating healthy aides in the recovery process. On the road to recovery folks are confronted with different challenges from socio-economic to mental and physical health problems. But what if one simple act could benefit all areas of rehabilitation? From opiates affecting the gastro-intestinal tract to alcohol. Read More

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Tina Meyhoff

Being Meditative Without Meditating

We all know Meditation has many health benefits. Lowering blood pressure, better sleep and improvement of overall health. But even I, despite traveling the world and sitting in monasteries find it difficult to cultivate a practice. So, after much research and many trainings I have learned to be meditative without my buckwheat pillow. Read More

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Tina Meyhoff

Seasonal Allergies & Natural Relief

Nature’s best antihistamines are right under your nose. (couldn’t resist) Studying at Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN) has taught me many holistic remedies and alternative therapies to conventional medicine. This weekend I attended a conference in NYC sponsored by IIN. Here I learned from the most notable doctors and scientist. Read More

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Integrative Nutrition

Black Garlic: A New Superfood?

At first glimpse, you might not be so enthralled to put black garlic on your dinner plate. But looks can be deceiving. Does it resemble little jelly-like pebbles of coal? Sure. But its sweet, non-acrid taste and nutritional benefits might make you a believer... Read More