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Natural Summer Grooming Essentials for Men

Send to Kindle It’s mid-July, which also means it’s the height of summer. As much as we all love the near constant sunshine, it can also mean more sweat, more sunburns, and more opportunities to ditch your grooming routine altogether. While it can be tempting to let yourself fall into a summer slump, July is […]

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4 Healthy Pizza Recipes to Make this Summer

Send to Kindle To me, pizza is pretty much the perfect summer food. Whether you’re celebrating a birthday, hosting a dinner party, or having a girls night, pizza is always a crowd-pleaser. Unfortunately, it isn’t always the healthiest option. It can be difficult to enjoy when you’re not sure what kinds of ingredients were used, […]

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Natural vs. Synthetic Vitamins: Is One Better?

Send to Kindle While summer should be a time to relax and unwind, it can sometimes be your busiest season. Between pool days, outdoor concerts, summer camps, weddings, and BBQs, it can be easy to forget about a balanced diet and grab whatever you can on your way out the door. However, in order for […]

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Electrolytes in Summer

Send to Kindle If you’re like me, then summer means spending all your time outdoors. Whether you’re running after a bocce ball on the lawn, running a few miles after work, or running after your kids at the pool, summer activities can bring on some serious sweat. Although being active means a stronger and healthier […]

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10 Things You Should Know About Lyme Disease

Send to Kindle Lyme disease has become an epidemic. It’s especially prevalent in the Northeast and the Midwest (where I live). At least 25% of  Lyme disease cases are in children. I wrote of my personal journey with Lyme in a previous post, Lyme Disease Controversy – Which Side Are you On? But, since this is […]

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Health Benefits of Ubiquinol

Ubiquinol – The Key to Energy, Longevity & a Healthy Heart

Send to Kindle Ever wonder if you have a nutrient deficiency? Want to take a little unscientific test? Answer the following questions: 1. Do you often feel tired and weak? 2. Do you get migraine headaches? 3. Do you have elevated cholesterol? 4. Do you get colds or the flu often? 5. Have you been told […]

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CranioSacral Therapy: A Safe & Gentle Treatment for All Ages

Send to Kindle Our latest Speaker Series features Sharon Blake, certified massage therapist who specializes in CranioSacral Therapy (CST). If you’ve never experienced CST, you’ll enjoy this post from Sharon which was originally featured in Nature’s Pathway’s magazine: CranioSacral Therapy was pioneered by osteopath Dr. John Upledger.  In 1975 Upledger became a clinical researcher and professor […]

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Act Happy & You'll Be Happy!

Act Happy And You’ll Be Happy

Send to Kindle Take a second and think back to when you were just a kid. Life was so easy, you were innocent and there were so many things to be happy and laugh about. My 2 year old, Max is overcome by joy from the littlest things. Like his daddy’s mean air guitar skills, making the […]

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What do I do about restless legs syndrome

What to Do About Restless Legs Syndrome

Send to Kindle Restless Legs Syndrome can be very problematic for adults and even children, too. The Facts About Restless Legs Syndrome: It affects up to 10% of the population. There are more than 5 million people who suffer from the more moderate or severe forms of RLS. Twice as many women suffer from RLS as […]

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Colloidal Silver – Nature’s Antibiotic

Send to Kindle If you knew you were going to be stranded somewhere and could take only a few natural supplements with you, what would they be? Would colloidal silver be one of them? Colloidal silver has been used for hundreds of years as a natural antibiotic. It fell out of favor with the advent […]

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