5 Lifestyle Changes for Healthier, Happier Skin

Reading Time: 3 minutes You’ve probably heard that our skin is the largest organ of the body! It not only protects our insides, but also covers the face we present to the world. Just like the rest of our body, how we live has a big impact on the appearance and function of our skin. We’ve talked about what helps acne in this post. … Read More

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Always Tired? These Changes Could Help

Reading Time: 3 minutes We all feel low energy sometimes, but it’s a problem if feeling tired is a daily occurrence. While there are a number of reasons for tiredness and fatigue, some simple changes might help you feel more refreshed and energized once your head leaves the pillow and you start your day! Get More Sleep When we have a full life, we … Read More

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Exercise for Successful Aging

Reading Time: 2 minutes Aging is an inevitable part of life; something we can’t control. But what we can control is how we feel as we age and the health aspects of it all. Here are some easy ways to help you enjoy the “golden years”: Simple Exercise Exercise is something we can always do, regardless of age or health status. Something as simple … Read More

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Gotta Go Too Often?

Reading Time: 2 minutes   If you are one of those folks who needs to urinate more frequently than most, there is a reason. Or let me say, many reasons. One of them could be an irritated bladder. Here are some of the stimulants that aggravate the bladder: sweet dried fruit; condiments, such as soy sauce, vinegar, ketchup, mayo, because they contain acids or … Read More

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Vitamin D: The “Sunshine” Vitamin

Reading Time: 2 minutes VITAMIN D is a fat-soluble vitamin known as the “sunshine” vitamin because the action of the sun’s ultraviolet rays converts a form of cholesterol present in the skin into vitamin D. This bodily transaction also drives home the point that you NEED cholesterol. Vitamin D, along with the minerals magnesium and boron, need to be present for the assimilation and … Read More

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Commemorating Earth Day 2015

Reading Time: 1 minute   Earth Day – a time to reflect on just how amazing our planet is and how to sustain its beauty and health. Learn more about the Earth Day movement and how you can make a difference here.

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The B-complex Vitamins – Simplified

Reading Time: 2 minutes Technically, vitamins are classified as coenzymes or cofactors that must be supplied to the body because the body cannot synthesize them. Coenzymes and cofactors are needed to activate other substances in the body.  Since your bodily functions are dependent upon the activation of enzymes and proteins, enough of the vitamins are needed to make whole and complete enzymes where and … Read More

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What Are You Breathing? Getting Rid of Indoor Air Pollution.

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hardly anyone thinks of their home as being a polluted environment. The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has stated that indoor air pollutant levels can be higher than what is outside. (See EPA article here.) This reminded me of complaints I heard from employees at a new bank in our neighborhood. Everyone inside became ill and some developed allergy-like symptoms. … Read More

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Anxiety

Reading Time: 3 minutes I was at a trade show this past weekend and did a consult with a woman who has been having anxiety attacks for a long time. Anxiety can have multiple causes. Fundamentally, all of the causes for anxiety lie within the subconscious mind, because anxiety, as stress, is the result of how a person responds to what they see and … Read More

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Fear and Stress – Part 2

Reading Time: 2 minutes In my last post I discussed how fear generates stress and how that affects the nutrient reservoir of the body. Stress depletes vitamins and compromises minerals. Vitamins are technically considered co-enzymes, so you can see the need for high amounts of the B complex vitamins, considering the importance of enzymes in the body. Minerals are scientifically considered co-factors and catalysts. … Read More

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