Send to Kindle I wasn’t always a vegetarian. My parents both grew up on farms so the main course always included meat. So when I started thinking about switching to a vegetarian diet, I wasn’t entirely sure where to start. Thankfully, in this wonderful age of information, I was able to find some resources to […]
Send to Kindle Cinnamon makes things like oatmeal and muffins extra delicious, but did you know it has a lot of great uses for your home and your health? Check them out!
Send to Kindle “Good health begins in the gut.” – Hippocrates Lacto-fermented foods give us some of the best health benefits we can get. Many experts believe our chronic health problems, digestive issues, mysterious viruses and parasites are, in part, a result of us abandoning our traditional practice of fermented foods.
Send to Kindle I’d be willing to bet that when many people hear the word “aloe,” they think of sunburn. I know I sure do. It seems to never fail each summer. I cover myself with sunscreen and head outdoors for a few hours, only to head back indoors later with sunburn. The first thing […]
Send to Kindle Want to know how to protect your pet from pesky pests like mosquitoes, ticks and fleas without using harmful chemicals? Join us and Wondercide for our #bugfreepet Twitter Chat Tuesday, July 14 at 1 p.m. CT.
Send to Kindle Meditation has been around for centuries, but has exploded in popularity over the last ten years or so, especially in the Western world. People of all ages and from every walk of life have picked up the art of mindfulness and have run with it—even athletes. Some of the most popular athletes […]
Send to Kindle Whenever I think of moles, I can’t help but remember the “Moley Scene” from Austin Powers in Goldmember. Perhaps you can relate to the embarrassment of Fred Savage’s character, depending on where your moles may be. The good news is, there are plenty of natural ways to shrink or even get rid […]
Send to Kindle We all love summertime. Kids and adults alike suffer silently through winter and spring, and sometimes count down the days to summer. Boating, fishing, swimming, cookouts—they’re all signature summer activities. However, along with those activities comes sun exposure, and while our bodies need sun for the proper production of vitamin D, too […]
Send to Kindle Coping with Lactose Intolerance If you have an impaired ability to digest lactose, you are far from alone in dealing with this challenge. Lactose intolerance affects approximately 65 percent of the human population (post-infancy), according to the U.S. government.
Send to Kindle The past year and a half has been one of the most difficult times of my life. I graduated college, succeeded in getting a job in my field, moved in with my amazing boyfriend, made new friends and started preparing for a stable future while also enjoying the here and now. “So […]
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