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8 Gluten-Free Recipes for a More Enjoyable Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving has been one of my favorite holidays for as long as I can remember. There was the time away from school and work, I’d always get to see extended family, and of course there was the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade that I watched religiously every year. My favorite about Thanksgiving though, was the food. […]

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It’s a Lyme Life: Living with Lyme Disease

  As a Lyme survivor myself, I was very grateful to Lisa for sharing her family’s struggles with Lyme disease. People all over the world are being told they have every chronic health condition but the one they really have – Lyme disease. They’re told they’re mentally ill, have ALS, Lupus, and a host of […]

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Workout Wednesday: Finding Relief from Shin Splints

We’ve all felt it, that nagging ache and throb that spans nearly the entire length of your shin bone after a run or quick sprint. The dreaded shin splint. If you’re a runner, you know what I’m talking about. Shin splints are a fairly common form of post-run torture that make you groan, dance on […]

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Could Fluoride be the Cause of My Child’s Eczema?

I recently discovered that fluoride is also a huge culprit when it comes to eczema. Little did I know bath time could be causing my son’s flare ups. I was already aware of the harmful effects of fluoride. I knew this toxic waste was lurking in our water and in our food… My family even […]

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Thanksgiving with Diabetes – 7 Healthy Ways to Handle the Holiday

This time of year, we all gather with friends and family to celebrate the holidays, and pack on the pounds before we make a New Year’s resolution to lose weight. But for diabetics, extra weight gain isn’t the only issue. We also have to think about managing our blood sugar levels during a season that’s […]

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Foods and Recipes For A Cleanse Diet

If you are wondering if you can eat food and what kind on a cleanse, this article should help answer some of those questions. The whole idea of a cleanse can seem overwhelming. When should you do it? How long should the cleanse be? Should you do a juice fast? Can you eat any food […]

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5 Popular Health Myths Busted

In the 15 years I’ve been doing natural health research, I’ve found plenty of things to question. But I’ve found far more truth than fiction. There’s just one problem… These truths don’t sit well with mainstream medicine. There are plenty of popular medical myths perpetuated by Big Medicine and Big Pharma that should be put […]

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Workout Wednesday: The One-Minute Workout

Time. Many of us never seem to have enough time in a day. Between work, family, school, social commitments, and a seemingly endless list of other things, one of the items¬†that falls pretty far down on the to-do list for most people is exercise. According to the Centers for Disease Control, “60% of Americans don’t […]

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Healthy Game Day Snack Recipes

7 Healthy Game Day Snack Ideas for Football Season

Fall and football go hand-in-hand. And holding football’s other hand…is food. Lots of food! When we all get together to watch the game this weekend, many of us will be surrounded by snacks. We will sit and stare at athletes at the top of their game while sinking into the couch cushions getting fatter and […]

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7 Major Nutrients To Help Kids Focus & Foods to Eat

Every day we learn more about the importance of our food choices. Our bodies are constantly up against anti-nutrients, which are natural or synthetic substances that actually interfere with the absorption of any nutrients we may be getting from proper whole-foods. When our kids consume things like refined sugary treats, fast food, fried food, salty […]

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