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!

Bone Health: A Surprising Food

When you think of foods that help keep your bones strong and avoid osteoporosis, what comes to mind? Milk, cheese, dairy foods high in calcium and fortified with vitamin D? Leafy greens? Protein? Nuts? Well they all have their place … Continue reading


How Nutrition Affects Disease

There are two sides to most everything and diet and nutrition is no exception. What I always stress, regardless of the diet plan people choose, is the quality of the food. We are inundated with toxins and processed, packaged, fake … Continue reading


Allowing Each Other Freedom to Choose

Freedom, health freedom and otherwise, has been highlighted in these past few years as never before. I have never told a client or written in a post or newsletter that what I was sharing was the only or right way. … Continue reading


Hydration and Health

I’ve done many, many blogs and newsletters about the importance of hydration. It is a foundational part of all my coaching. Just this one newsletter shares links to several blog posts as well. I won’t repeat all the benefits again … Continue reading


Health: Who Can You Trust

I always try and share links to studies and research so people do not have to take my word for anything. While I rely on several credible, long-trusted sources, I wanted to just make two things clear that I think … Continue reading


Diet Timing: More Powerful Than You Realize

I have shared on the benefits of intermittent fasting numerous times. Here are links to newsletters I’ve done on the subject: Intermittent Fasting and Grounding 7 Baby Steps with Big Rewards Supplements, Meal Structure and Timing Book Review: Fast This … Continue reading


Cold for Blood Sugar Management

According to exercise physiologist, Ben Greenfield, exposing yourself to cold in the morning before you will be eating a large, blood sugar spiking meal (like at the holidays or before a birthday or celebration dinner will help keep blood sugar … Continue reading


Maintaining Memory as We Age

We are all aging, no matter what we do. That is a given. But we want to age well, stay as healthy and independent as possible and retain our memories. Researchers compared data from 36 different studies of over 3,000 … Continue reading


A Natural Antidote to Stress

One of my very favorite things when hiking on our local trails or even just out in my backyard, is hearing birds chirping and singing. It never fails to bring a smile to my face. It could be 20 degrees … Continue reading


Anxiety: Not So Sweet

I have written in the past about the dangers of artificial sweeteners. You can read a blog post here and this newsletter. I also recently shared some healthier options in this newsletter. It has long been known that aspartame (Nutrasweet … Continue reading