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Four Herbs for Pain

Four Herbs for Pain

Between our country’s devastating opioid epidemic and the side effects associated with over-the-counter (OTC) pain relievers like ibuprofen, it’s not surprising that many of us are looking for other ways to address our pain. Luckily, nature does offer some with safe and gentle alternatives to pharmaceuticals and OTC pain meds.  Here are four of my favorite herbs for pain...
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DIY Soap: Avoiding the Dangers of Store-Bought Soap

DIY Soap: Avoiding the Dangers of Store-Bought Soap

In 2017, the FDA officially banned the use of triclosan and 19 other ingredients in antibacterial soaps and antiseptic wipes. However, these compounds can still be found in toothpaste and other personal products and some believe the “alternative” chemicals being used to replace triclosan have just as little evidence for safety. Learn more about this important topic and how you can make healthy alternatives.
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6 Signs You May Be Gluten Sensitive

6 Signs You May Be Gluten Sensitive

If you’re wondering if a gluten-free diet is right for you, the first step is to figure out if gluten is affecting your health. There are no specific laboratory tests to test for gluten sensitivity, so it’s up to you to do some investigating. Here are six signs you may be gluten sensitive...
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Herbal First Aid For Summer

Herbal First Aid For Summer

Mother's Day and Father's Day have just passed us by. Here's one of the greatest gifts we can give our parents to keep them fit so they can enjoy a better quality of life.
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Intermittent Fasting – A Powerful Tool for Healthy Aging

Intermittent Fasting – A Powerful Tool for Healthy Aging

Unfortunately, summer adventures sometimes lead to not-so-fun stuff like bug bites and stings as well as scrapes, scratches, and bumps. That’s why I like to make sure my medicine cabinet is always stocked with homemade healing remedies. Here are some of my favorite recipes that you can use to create your own herbal first aid kit.
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Why Should We Breathe Deeply…and Why Don’t We?

Why Should We Breathe Deeply…and Why Don’t We?

Intermittent fasting and the Fasting Mimicking Diet are rapidly gaining popularity, and for good reason. The science on the health benefits of fasting is continuing to rapidly grow, with the data supporting its role in promoting longevity and quality of life. In this blog, I’m diving deep into what the science shows of the upside to fasting and caloric restriction.
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Cow’s Milk: Yes? No?

Cow’s Milk: Yes? No?

Most children before age 5 breathe correctly and then..... we start sitting more 13-16 hours a day, we accumulate minor injuries to the middle body that result in cautious breathing, and we begin experiencing fight/flight stress that leads us to hold our breath and upper body breathe. Read on how you can help fix this issue.
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Why Women Must Worry About Heart Disease

Why Women Must Worry About Heart Disease

With recent studies suggesting that milk may be less important for our health than it has long been thought to be, many consumers are experiencing new bouts of indecision in the dairy aisle. Read on for a rundown of some of the latest research, pros and cons, to help you decide.
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