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The Wellness Blueprint

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Dr. Maiysha Clairborne is a holistic family physician, medical acupuncturist, life balance coach, and certified NLP/Hypnotherapy and Timeline Therapy Practitioner.

The founder of Mind Body Spirit Wellness Inc, The Wellness Blueprint, and DocSupport MD, Dr. Clairborne focuses helping her clients achieve and maintaining physical, emotional, and spiritual balance through her various wellness and coaching programs.

Mind Body Spirit Wellness clinic was voted the best of Atlanta Wellness Clinic 2011 and Acupuncture Clinic 2012, and Dr. Clairborne has been featured as a wellness expert on several radio programs and television programs throughout the country including NBC40 Health Update, CW’s Focus Atlanta, Fox Health Segment in Macon GA, and Fox 45 Baltimore’s Health Update.  She has also appeared on nationally syndicated morning talk show Daytime TV, and local morning show Sacramento & Company.

Dr. Clairborne is the author of Eat Your Disease Away & the soon to be released "The Wellness Blueprint," and her expert articles have appeared in the DermaScope Magazine, Disney Family Online, AOL Black Voices, and the Atlanta Tribune.

The medical director of four wellness centers in both Georgia and Florida, Dr. Clairborne is committed to the empowerment of physicians in the areas of well-being, work-life balance, and career satisfaction.

In addition to her ongoing preceptorship of numerous resident physicians from programs around the country, Dr. Clairborne serves as adjunct clinical faculty for Morehouse School of Medicine and is the primary learning center for integrative medicine for the family residency program. Her commitment to community is demonstrated through her ongoing community service, as she has served on the board of directors for the Georgia Coalition for Domestic Violence, and is the current host of the online radio show, The Wellness Blueprint.

Dr. Maiysha is available for the following:

Speaking Engagements. Workshops, Conferences, Retreats, Radio, Television, & Print Interviews

To book Dr. Clairborne, please contact her directly at or call 678-343-3139.

Start with Veggies!


We are focusing on mindful nutrition and this week, we're starting with veggies!

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Help for the Holidays: Making Family Gatherings Manageable


Christmas is the time for family and fun, however it can also be a time of overwhelm and stress, especially if you are hosting a big family Christmas complete with dinner, dessert, and caroling. However, if you ARE hosting, there are ways to have your work in the kitchen be manageable and even fun. When you include your spouse and family in the planning and preparation (especially in the kitchen), you will find that not only will it give you an opportunity to bond, but it will also spark some creativity in the kitchen. Here are 5 ways for you to include your spouse in the cooking and preparation process.

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Spicy Roasted Pumpkin Quinoa Bowl



This spicy quinoa bowl with roasted pumpkin is filling, nutritious and delicious! As an added bonus, it's gluten free and vegan! Enjoy!!

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Tomatoes Protect Against Prostate Cancer

Tomatoes Protect Against Prostate Cancer


This is a shout out to all of my men over the age of forty. Research has shown that tomatoes are a key food in the prevention and even early cure of prostate cancer. So, eat up—fresh tomatoes, tomato sauces, tomato juices, or whatever tomato-based foods you enjoy. You know, you really should have a V8. It may save your prostate and ultimately your life.

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5 Fruits That Will Actually Improve Your Mood


This week, we're spotlighting a guest post by the wonderful Abbey Smith. Enjoy!!

Fruit is very good for your physical and mental health. Everyday Health suggests that eating fruits (and vegetables) significantly lowers your risk of depression.

The Everyday Health article, citing recommendations from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), suggests eating a variety of fruits stating that you should eat 1½ to 2 cups worth per day.

Additionally, a Health IQ article cites a seven-year study by the American Public Health Association in which people who ate more fruits (and vegetables) reported a boost in positive emotions and life satisfaction. Notably, the reported change in happiness and satisfaction was akin to “moving from being unemployed (not by choice) to happily employed.”

While fruits in general can help improve your mood, certain fruits have proven to be better mood enhancers than the rest. Here are five fruits that will improve your mood.

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