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Best Supplements for Everyday

Many people ask themselves, what are the best supplements to take.  In the modern world, it can be quite challenging to get all of the nutrients our bodies require from our food alone. Of course, we should still try to eat a well balanced diet loaded with healthy vegetables, fruit, good fats, some protein, and […]

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Keto, Paleo, Whole30…What’s the Difference?

Keto, Paleo, Whole30...What's the Difference?

Keto, Paleo, Whole30…What’s the Difference? Looking for a healthier diet? If you are, chances are you’ve heard the words Keto, Paleo, and Whole30. But what exactly are these diets? What are the benefits of each? And how are they different? What is Paleo? The Paleo Diet is high in protein and fat while low in […]

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Improving ADHD Naturally!

The number of individuals experiencing ADHD continues to increase in our culture. A person may experience ADHD due to genetics and/or environmental factors, including diet. ADHD Is both a neurological and behavioral condition. It can be a frustrating condition for the individual as well as those in his/her life. Possible Signs of ADHD – easily […]

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What is Cupping?

Cupping is a healing therapy that originated in China approximately 3000 years ago. The most common form of cupping uses glass cups which are heated by fire and suctioned to the skin. Cupping can be done independently to improve a health issue or in conjunction with other therapies and methods of healing, either alternative or […]

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Toxins Lurking in Your Home: Part 3- Where Are They Hiding?

Welcome to the third and final part of ‘Toxins Lurking In Your Home’. In February we focused on toxins found in skin care & hygiene products and some safer alternatives. Last month’s focus was on toxins in the kitchen. This month we will focus on other toxins that just haven’t been discussed. 1. Shoes: Soil […]

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The Importance of Serotonin in Our Bodies

What is Serotonin? Serotonin is a chemical naturally produced by the human body. It is a neurotransmitter, communicating information throughout the brain and body by relaying signals between nerves. How Does Serotonin Affect Us? Serotonin is produced in the brain and the intestines. In fact, about 90% of our serotonin is produced in our intestinal tract. […]