Portable Exercises

In keeping with the Glucose Goddess’ approach, we will endeavor to make no judgment on what we just ate… but, rather, work with our bodies to offset monumental glucose spikes and dips. One of the key principles is movement within 70 minutes of your last bite of food. This season, make sure to keep your body … Read more

Keep Your Glucose in Check During the Holidays

Keep Your Glucose in Check This Season Imagine NOT joining a new gym on January 2, 2024. NOT swearing off sugar, alcohol, or gluten on that very same day. What if you were able to pre-game your holidays, so that you wouldn’t get so derailed and need to start anew? Let’s start to strategize before … Read more

Nurture Your Fertility Journey

Have you thought about adding acupuncture to your fertility treatment or reproductive healthy journey? Acupuncture, an ancient practice rooted in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), focuses on balancing the body’s energy flow or Qi. It has been increasingly recognized for its potential to support reproductive health. Including acupuncture is especially helpful, due to many factors in … Read more

Simple Activities To Stay Active & Energized This Summer🪁

As you dive into summer wholeheartedly, we have some exciting videos to share with you that are sure to keep you active and energized! We like these simple and low-impact workouts and activities because they’re easy to incorporate into your day. Let us know if you have a favorite summer activity/workout! Resistance Bands  Looking for … Read more

Cultivating Balance in the Summer

Our Southern California summers mean different fresh foods, hot temperatures, and perhaps more physical exercise (walking, biking, swimming). We want you to be aware of keeping your body in balance. In TCM, the Spleen and Stomach take center stage as the primary organs responsible for digestion and maintaining balance and harmony. The Spleen transforms and transports … Read more

Keep Your Body Balanced and Healthy with Electrolytes

Water is necessary to convert food into energy, lubricate our joints, cushion bones, regulate body temperature, and to produce tears, saliva, and the mucus that lines our sinuses and gastrointestinal tract. Not to mention, our blood is made up of 90% water. If we’re dehydrated, we are more likely to experience metabolic complications, high blood pressure, … Read more

Happy 14th Anniversary to Us!

Celebrate 14 years with us! I want to take a moment to thank you for your support over the past 14 years. At ERCA, we strive to create a peaceful and healing environment for all of our patients. From finding the perfect pillow to ensuring background music is at the right volume, we go above and … Read more

Effective (and Painless) Bite-Sized Changes

Effective (and Painless) Bite-Sized Changes for the New Year New Year’s resolutions have a bad reputation, at this point. I find that the wise way to commit to a better habit is by making it doable and easily repeatable. Even if the long-term goal is huge like training for a marathon, there is a series of … Read more

Stay Ahead of Illness This Season

💨 Stay Ahead Of Illness 🧣 Whether you’re spending time with loved ones in far off places or staying home for the holidays at the end of the month, we have some quick tips to avoid getting sick this season: Take Yin Qiao pills* before you get to the airport or train station. It’s also … Read more

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