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healing ways


T


he holidays can emulate a rock star’s life: a wearying travel sched- ule and social calendar, overindulg-


ing in rich food and drink, restless nights in unfamiliar beds. Fortunately, celebrity tips and tricks can help us through a hectic season, according to Gabrielle Francis, naturopath and author of Te Rockstar Remedy: A Rock & Roll Doctor’s Prescrip- tion for Living a Long, Healthy Life. Te New York City doctor has toured with some of the biggest rock acts in the world as their on-call naturopath, chiropractor, acupuncturist and massage therapist. “Health is the new rock-n-roll,” says


PARTY HEALTHYTips from a Rock Star Doctor by April Thompson


Improve your Fitness and Health Today!


Judy Liu is a Registered Yoga Teacher with the Yoga Alliance, a RRCA


Certifi ed Running Coach, an American Council on Exercise (ACE) Certifi ed Fitness Instructor and Integrated Health Coach. She offers several group and private sessions at different studios in Cary.


For more information, please visit www.strenuacoach.com or like the Facebook page Strenua LLC.


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Francis. “Today’s artists are more health and socially conscious. I believe you can ‘party’ and be healthy, and the stars I work with are proving that.” She approaches clients’ lifestyles flexibly and openly, understanding where they are, instead of forcing big, sudden changes on them. “Life is a celebration. My philosophy is that what you do for your health must fit into your lifestyle and be enjoyable, rather than isolating or extreme,” says Francis. Tis can mean mitigating habits, not


necessarily dropping them. For example, rather than force clients off coffee, which is acidic, Francis suggests adding spices like cinnamon, vanilla, cardamom or nutmeg that can help neutralize the acid. Many stars Francis has worked with


maintain a stricter regimen off the road, knowing that touring is more about damage control and doing their utmost to stay healthy under more difficult circum- stances. Te same holds true for those of us that inevitably encounter disruptions due to work, travel or holidays that can throw off healthy habits.


Te Healthy Traveler Knowledge is power, and so is planning ahead for travel away from healthy options at home. Francis arms clients with best choices for on-the-go foods and beverages at the airport, gas station or restaurant. Musician and actor Adrian Grenier, quoted in Francis’ book, developed a “food tripping” app available at Tinyurl.com/SHFT-com-app to help travelers find alternatives to fast food on the road. Most airports are blessed with healthy options, says Francis, who suggests


photo by Stephen Blancett


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