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Author: Jenni Berman
Jenni, owner of Berman Health and Wellness, works alongside Berman Physical Therapy to help individuals get back in shape, improve their gut health, and to stay feeling young so they can stay in the game! After graduating from the University of Florida with a Bachelor’s in Applied Physiology and Kinesiology, she went on to obtain a Master’s of Physician Assistant Studies.
She has a passion for helping individuals to feel better than they thought imaginable through natural approaches, nutrition, and whole body treatment. She is also a Certified Personal Trainer and Nutrition Specialist. When she is not working with patients or with clients, you can find Jenni on the boat, in the sun, enjoying time with her husband, Jake,her daughter Stella June, spending time in Jacksonville with her family, or playing with her [CUTE!] pups!!
Y’all – welcome back for another blog by our awesome BHW Team! First things first – did you know that Berman Inc consists of Berman Physical Therapy, Berman Health and Wellness, ANDBerman Golf?! Did you know that we also have a PODCAST?! Look up The Berman Method Podcast on your favorite Podcast platform and followContinue Reading»
Are you struggling to fall asleep? Struggling to stay asleep? Are you waking up Exhausted? What about crashing around 2-3pm in the afternoon? Are you waking up between 2-4AM and cannot get back to sleep? Are you tossing and turning? Are you snoring? Are you waking up with a headache? Wow, that was a lotContinue Reading»
Appreciating and celebrating oneself means taking the time to be grateful of yourself. Maybe this includes material things like buying new clothes or new makeup. For you it may be an out-of-town trip with friends or a movie night out by yourself. Do you practice gratitude with “me time” in front of the mirror inContinue Reading»
Stress: Is it good or bad? Often times we associated the word with negativity. Stress is actually important in some situations, however. One example of the positive effects of stress is that it keeps us alert. For example, while you are stressing about your exam, you alert and awake which makes your body work harder.Continue Reading»
I cannot believe summer is winding down – how does time go by so quickly? Everyone always says time speeds up as you age… I truly think after having kids, time has become a thief. “The days are long, but the years are short” – except, really the days seem to be shorter, too! Anyway,Continue Reading»
Hormones… blame the hormones. As we age, our bodies change, our mind changes, our muscles change, our physique changes, our drive changes – blame the hormones. The inevitable change of hormones: we are doomed, right? Wrong. Functional Medicine is an alternative type of medicine in which a full body biology-based approach is taken to identifyContinue Reading»
It’s Summer Time!! The year is over half way through. There are 192 days until Christmas. That also means there are only 28 more Fridays until Christmas. Isn’t that wild?! You know what this also means – it is summer time. TRAVEL TIME!! If you’re anything like us, we travel pretty regularly all year longContinue Reading»
Fiber – What is it?Maybe you have heard of Fiber. Maybe you haven’t. Have you heard of Vegetables? Have you heard of Plants? These are the two most common sources of Fiber, though they are not the only ones out there that humans can consume. Fiber is explained to be “roughage” or “bulk”. Fiber hasContinue Reading»
Let’s Talk Sugar AlcoholsHave you ever heard of them? Sugar alcohols are not sugar, they are not alcohol, they are one of their own. Sugar Alcohols are polyols and are ingredients that are used as sweeteners. They do come naturally from plant products such as fruits and berries. Sounds pretty good, huh? You might recognizeContinue Reading»
The topic we are covering today is going to be a total snoozefest… but I will try to keep it interesting! Today we are talking about sleep. According to the CDC, 1 in 3 American adults do not get enough sleep. Over the years, sleep has become optional rather than critical to our overall healthContinue Reading»