Doctor MaryJayne on Wellness

CD Rog 02 shrunkAs a recognized leader in the Health, Wellness and Fitness Industries, Dr. Mary Jayne blogs on current research, fads and observations.

Mary Jayne is the founder of Profound WellnessTM, which was created to embrace the concept of whole-person health and provide avenues for each of us to discover and embark upon a journey toward a lifetime of Profound Wellness.

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What the heck with “What the Health”?

I was at a cocktail party recently when I heard two young women talking about the documentary, “What the Health?”.  As you know, I try to stay on top of articles and media about health and wellness and felt out of the loop for not being aware of this film.  What particularly caught my attention was the discussion they were having, based on the film, that sugar is NOT bad for you and in fact all of our health woes come from animal based products.


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Touring Japan

It’s been far too long since I reached out to you with a blog.  I hope your summer has been full of fun, adventure and appreciation for life.

As you may know, I spent a little extra time in Japan this year touring around and spending “down-time” with several of the Master Trainers there.  The people and the places there continue to touch my heart.  Each time I return home, while always thankful to be home, I have a bit of wistfulness about my experiences in Japan.

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Dairy Dairy Quite Contrary

milk glass bottleWhat comes to mind when you think of dairy?  Maybe those cute milk mustache ads, or the delectable American cheese ads?  Most of us think of dairy as wholesome, nourishing and healthful.  Milk has become glorified as a nutritional staple and symbol for healthy eating and nutrition in the US – so much so that denouncing dairy is tantamount to condemning baseball and apple pie.

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Childhood Obesity - Everyone’s Concern

Mary Jayne Rogers Ph.D.

kids feet 300It’s been too long since I have reached out to talk about what is happening in the world of health and wellness.  I’ve been involved with the Women Economic Forum (WEF) which is a global association of women who come together to address some of the world’s problems the way women do best – connecting, problem-solving, and dynamically facilitating change.

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