Judy Shoobe
07 Mar 2021 at 3.00-4.00 EST
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Judy has always been interested in health and disease prevention. After graduating from the College Of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery, Des Moines IA she completed a Residency in Pediatrics at Thomas Jefferson University, a Fellowship in Community Pediatrics and Child Advocacy at the Children’s Health Fund in NYC and worked in medical education and practiced Pediatric and Osteopathic Medicine for >20yrs.
Through the years Judy saw the people that were training and were being trained to take care of us with terrible habits related to nutrition, sleep exercise and prioritizing their own health. Many developed chronic illnesses at young ages. These were the people who are supposed to support our health yet they don’t know were to start or how to prioritize their own health.
Judy decided adjust her focus to assisting people achieve optimal health through prevention and addressing the root cause of disease.
Judy is a health coach certified by the Institute for Integrative Medicine studying functional medicine with the School of Applied Functional Medicine. With more than 20 year of experience in pediatric and osteopathic medicine Judy brings a strong medical background to her Functional and Lifestyle Medicine Consulting practice. Judy focuses her practice on helping busy, stressed out parents optimize their health, and that of their family , so that they feel their best, are more productive and model great habits to their children.
Judy works both 1:1 and with individual coaching in group settings using her STEPS method through which she guides you in making personalized easy sustainable tweaks in nutrition and lifestyle. You are unique your body history environment family history the whole package is unique and you need a custom approach to your best health.
Judy also offers healthful cooking classes and markets Clean-Crafted (toxin-free) wine with Scout & Cellar. Her mission is to provide people with the highest level of information, resources and care as they strive to achieve their best health.
Camron Adibi
04 Nov 2021 at 3.00-4.00 EST

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Yoga Fight Covid-19
19 Jun 2020

International Yoga Day on Sunday (June 21) is expected to be a low-key affair this time with the ban on mass gatherings in parks and stadiums. However, experts and yoga practitioners advise people to do yoga regularly to improve immunity, which is considered be the medicine to fight the dreaded COVID-19.

Former MP and senior doctor of Maharaja Institute of Medical Sciences (MIMS), Vizianagaram D.V.G. Sankara Rao says that health and fitness help protect people from coronavirus. “I have been practising yoga for the last two decades. It makes us active and helps us take up new challenges. I made many doctors and friends practice it regularly at home during the lockdown period. In the absence of a vaccine for COVID-19, improving immunity is the only way to fight the virus,” he explains.

A retired teacher and yoga guru Borra Kaleswara Rao, who trained nearly 1,000 people in Cheepurupalli of the district, urges parents to practice yoga and explain its importance to children on Yoga Day.

“Coronavirus is said to damage the respiratory system, Pranayamam, the breathing exercise, improves functioning of lungs and helps pumping of oxygen-rich blood to all cells of the body. Plenty of online content is available to learn yoga,” says Mr. Kaleswara Rao.