TDI Newsletter Archive 2014

December 2014

How can it possibly be December?  It seems like just last week I was picking out plants for my garden.  Everyone seems to be feeling the same way.  Where is the time going?  Here we are heading into the “holiday season” and everyone with whom I have spoken seems to be feeling the same way – “overwhelmed”!! Thermographic Diagnostic Imaging and Health Through Awareness would like to extend a heartfelt wish to everyone for a joyous holiday season. May the New Year usher in a gentler, more peaceful time. Read this newsletter…


What Are Primary Foods?

November 2014

When cooking Thanksgiving dinner people may stress over the perfect turkey brine or creative side dishes, but really Thanksgiving is not about what is on the table but rather who is around the table. Herein lies the difference between primary food and secondary food. The meal is the secondary food. The friends, family, and sense of community are the primary food. You need secondary food to keep you alive but you need primary food to really live. Read this newsletter…


Breast Imaging: The Untold Story

October 2014

Uh oh, it’s that time of year again! October, “Breast Cancer Awareness Month”. Get ready for the “pink washing”(a term used by Breast Cancer Action which is a ploy by marketers to boost sales of products that may actually contribute to breast cancer risk). We at Thermographic Diagnostic Imaging and Health Through Awareness believe that every month should be Breast Health Awareness Month. Instead of “Racing for a Cure” let’s focus on overall health and prevention. Read this newsletter…


Glorious Greens!

September 2014

Green is one of my favorite colors; it is the color of nature, fertility, and life.  Green is also the color of balance and harmony, two of the main things I strive for in my life. The color green is the great balancer of the heart and the emotions, creating equilibrium between the heart and the head. Read this newsletter…


Sunlight, Supplementation, and Sunscreen

August 2014

I wonder when the sun became something we should be afraid of?  Why would humans have the ability to generate a healthy vitamin (D) from sunlight if we weren’t supposed to be exposed to sunlight in the first place?  Almost all life on earth is dependent on sunlight for survival.  If you believe the media, Vitamin D deficiency is epidemic. What part, if any, does the sunscreen and cancer industry play in creating such fear around being out in the sun? Read this newsletter…


What Would You Do If You Weren’t Afraid?

July 2014

This photo is from a white water raft trip my husband and I took on the Payette River in Idaho during a July 4th holiday vacation several years ago. The adventure took place on a level four white water rapid. I keep this picture as a screen saver to remind me to never become complacent or to take life for granted and to be grateful for each and every day. Read this newsletter…


June is National Fresh Fruit  and Vegetable Month

June 2014

“Today I will find balance in my life. I will reveal my potential by feeling and being healthy, by embracing all the elements that are on my path to wellbeing, by striving for the best expression of Me. I will find greater connectedness to the world and to those I love. Today I will live intentionally.” Read this newsletter…


May Special – Complimentary 25 Minute POD Session

May 2014

Taking time to take care of yourself is not an act of self-indulgence but an act of self love. Read this newsletter…