Author Archives: amusico

About amusico

I am a holistic health coach and independent nutritional consultant. All my coaching plans are based on my 3-D Living program and a big part of that are the Youngevity Products and Supplements I proudly offer! Visit my website at and learn more about the products and my coaching plans!

Salt and Sodium: Are They the Same Thing

I have written numerous blogs and newsletters on the importance of including natural, unprocessed salt in the diet. So I won’t repeat myself yet again. However, I did want to just bring to your attention the fact that salt and … Continue reading


Happiness: Are You a Carrier?

We have all experienced being in the presence of someone in a bad mood and felt how oppressive it is. Being around angry, anxious, unhappy people can really affect your happiness. In 2008, after a 20-year study, researchers found just … Continue reading


Health: Sun Screen Safety

Look at the sunscreen section in any supermarket, Walmart or drug chain and there are too many to count! We are constantly warned against going out in the sun without protection, yet even though people are slathering themselves with these … Continue reading


Stress: Have You Hugged Someone Today?

I think most of us are familiar with the many health benefits of laughter. Much has been written about it over the years. I came across an interesting study of 76 people who were in a romantic relationship to assess … Continue reading


Health: The Power of the First Step

I call them baby steps. Those small, gradual, incremental steps you can take when making changes to your diet or habits. They may seem small and inconsequential but when practiced daily, consistently, they are extremely powerful and effective in creating … Continue reading


Heart Health: What About Daily Aspirin

For many years now the prevailing wisdom for the primary prevention of cardiovascular disease in adults between the ages of 40 and 59 and those 60 and over has been to recommend daily low dose aspirin. I had a client … Continue reading


Health: Freedom to Make Good Choices

As we here in the US are celebrating our country’s Independence Day, I wanted to take a moment to just apply that concept of freedom to our health choices. I have written before about the importance of making the right … Continue reading


Diabetes: Passing on Health Generationally

While genetics do play a role in your health, although they are not the sole determinant, this recent study, which reviewed over 500 families in the United States and abroad, found that children of individuals with “exceptional” longevity and their … Continue reading


Dirty Dozen Clean 15

Every year the Environmental Working Group (EWG) puts out their Dirty Dozen/Clean 15 list. The most recent one came out in April. If you only have a certain amount of money to spend at the grocery store, the Dirty Dozen … Continue reading


Metabolism: Should You Be Fast or Flexible

Whenever people want to drop some weight, they tend to focus on how they can increase their metabolism. Let’s start here by simply defining what metabolism is: at its most basic, it is how you convert fuel (the food you … Continue reading