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Ease Holiday Chaos with Essential Oils

The holiday season is upon us, a time that is filled with laughter, cheer and loved ones. Inevitably, from parties and family gatherings to shopping for presents and food preparation, this time of year easily also becomes easily overbooked and unnecessarily stressful. High stress leads to anxiety, overeating, insomnia, digestive issues and a depressed immune...

How You Can Benefit from Working with a Master Nutrition Therapist

Life is short and whether you realize it or not, the choices you make on a daily basis play a large role in how you feel, look and function. According to natural health advocate Joseph Mercola, more than half of Americans are living with at least one chronic illness. Too many people are suffering on...

Collagen – Why You NEED this Essential Protein

Joint pain, premature wrinkles, sagging skin, leaky gut and cellulite may seem like separate problems, but they have a similar origin—lack of collagen! After the mid-twenties, your body’s natural production of collagen starts to decline. Although the decline is inevitable, the rate is perpetuated by many factors including a high-sugar diet, excessive sun exposure, cigarette...

Top 5 Rules Wellness Practitioners Live By, No Matter What

Life can get crazy—busy work weeks, social weekends, long to-do lists, kids’ sporting events, travel, family obligations, etc., etc. In a perfect world, you have ample time for R & R, meal prepping, cooking, sitting down to enjoy meals and daily workouts. Yet in reality, for many people, self-care is one of the first things...

Water IS Life, Drink Up!

The human body is up to 75% water! According to natural health expert Dr. Joseph Mercola, your blood contains 85% water, muscles contain 80%, the brain is 75% and your bones are 25% water. Water is one of the most important and essential nutrients, and since the body can only produce a small percentage of...

Superfood Spotlight: Avocados

Avocados are delicious, nutritious and extremely versatile—and people who eat this superfood are often calmer, slimmer and more nutritionally balanced than those who do not! From avocado toast to veggie bowls, salads and chocolate mousse, the culinary applications of avocados are endless.

Is Fat Making Me Fat?

Does eating fat make me fat? This is a commonly asked question in a society controlled by corporations known as “food giants” that push “diet” foods and low-fat/no-fat products. The answer has become quite clear in the last few decades—as Americans became more and more fat phobic, they consequently got fatter and sicker than ever....