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How to Successfully Hydrate for Health

How to Successfully Hydrate for Health

Everyone knows that water is an important part of taking good care of yourself due to the dangers of dehydration, and due to the the many benefits water provides you. However, it is all too common to not drink enough water during the day, whether because you don’t enjoy it, you don’t think you have the time, or you simply forget. When you get enough water during the day, it can help with: Improving your skin, hair, and nails Relieving headaches Reducing muscle cramps Helping to flush out your...

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How to Tap Into the Power of MINDFULNESS Meditation

How to Tap Into the Power of MINDFULNESS Meditation

As you might already know, mindfulness is a way to be in the present and only the present. You focus on what you are doing or thinking at this moment, without worrying about the future or dwelling on the past. Mindfulness can be used for so many things, from helping you to lose weight, to re-gaining your focus on important work projects. It is really important for your mental, emotional health and physical health. One specific method of being more mindful is through meditation. The two methods...

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Parmesan Roasted Acorn Squash

Parmesan Roasted Acorn Squash

  Parmesan Roasted Acorn Squash I absolutely love roasting veggies. This is such a simple recipe – acorn squash, dried herbs, salt and a touch of parmesan cheese all roasted to perfection. The flavor of this dish fantastic!The bonus is that you can also eat the skin of the acorn squash since roasting it helps to soften it. Two snaps and a twist for saving time by not having to peel it. 2 small acorn squash (seeded and cut into ¼” slices)2 tbsp olive oil (extra virgin)1 tsp himalayan...

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Seasonal Affective Disorder: What It Is and What to Do About It

Seasonal Affective Disorder: What It Is and What to Do About It

It’s that time of year again—a time of cool breezes, colored leaves and holiday preparation. Fall and winter are exciting time, unless you suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). If you struggle with winter depression, this time of year is not filled with joy and anticipation. Instead, you probably feel like hiding under the covers until spring arrives in several months.   What is Seasonal Affective Disorder? Everyone has the blues now and then. But SAD is a depressive state that...

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What You Need to Know About Adrenal Fatigue

What You Need to Know About Adrenal Fatigue

Chances are you have heard of adrenal fatigue, but you may not be quite sure what it is.  Understanding this condition is important however, because some experts suggest that 80% of the Western world will be affected by adrenal fatigue at some point in their lives. What Are Adrenal Glands and Where Are They Located? Your adrenal glands play a very important role in maintaining your health. They are incredibly small, about the size and weight of a coin. They are located above your kidneys, just...

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5 Ways to Boost Melatonin Naturally

5 Ways to Boost Melatonin Naturally

There is very little worse than when you are exhausted but your brain is still going a million miles an hour. All you want to do is sleep, but your body refuses to calm down. You lie in bed, eyes closed, and sleep just beyond reach. How Melatonin Impacts Your Sleep Melatonin is a chemical in your body that is responsible for regulating your sleep cycle. Your pineal gland is responsible for producing that melatonin. Each night your body produces approximately 25mcg of melatonin to promote a...

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Balancing Cortisol to Balance Your Health

Balancing Cortisol to Balance Your Health

Some have called it the “master” of all hormones.  Others curse it for its ability to wreak havoc on our body’s fragile endocrine balance. In spite of the mixed opinions one thing is certain - cortisol is a powerful hormone necessary for life. But if its level is not optimal in your body, your health could suffer. Click To Tweet   What is Cortisol? The hormone cortisol is produced in the adrenal glands and is primarily responsible for regulating blood sugar, helping to metabolize fats,...

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Find Hidden Clues About Your Eating Habits By Food Journaling

Find Hidden Clues About Your Eating Habits By Food Journaling

Jotting down everything you eat throughout the day can unlock so many clues as to what foods work best for you, and what foods may be negatively affecting you without you even realizing.  It can be as simple as carrying a small notebook around in your purse, or even as quick as downloading a Food Journaling app on your phone to keep track.  There are many great ones to choose from if you search for food journaling in your phone's app store. Here's what you'll discover about yourself when you...

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Eating Clean and Saving Green: How to Save on Organic Produce Using the Dirty Dozen, Clean Fifteen Guide

Eating Clean and Saving Green: How to Save on Organic Produce Using the Dirty Dozen, Clean Fifteen Guide

Eating lots of fruits and vegetables is super important for staying healthy but like many people, you might be worried about the health risks from pesticides. Pesticides are a big problem with non-organic food and that can be really bad news from a health perspective. High exposure to pesticides and other toxins from our food has been linked to fertility problems and even cancer. In the 2019 Dirty Dozen report from the Environmental Working Group (EWG), there was evidence of pesticides or...

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Tips for Managing Autoimmune Disease by Healing Your Gut

Tips for Managing Autoimmune Disease by Healing Your Gut

The renowned Greek philosopher, Hippocrates, is well known for his belief that “all disease begins in the gut”. And we now know that a leaky gut is probably involved in many autoimmune conditions. This is why functional medicine has such a strong focus on healing the gut as one of the steps for treating autoimmune disease. [bctt tweet="Ideally, you want to have a balance of good and bad bacteria in your gut but too often, it’s the bad bacteria that is more prolific. This imbalance can be a...

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