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Hormone Havoc: Stress & Adrenal Glands

More than a quarter of U.S. adults say they’re so stressed they can’t function. Many experienced at least one symptom such as-headache, fatigue, feeling nervous or anxious, sad or depressed. Many experienced additional symptoms including feeling overwhelmed, a change is sleep patterns, or constant worry. The term “adrenal fatigue” has been used to explain a […]

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Signs Your Body Isn’t Absorbing Nutrients

Malabsorption is difficulty in digestion or absorption of nutrients from food. Gastrointestinal (GI) dysfunctions are the most overlooked and exceedingly common disorders today, affecting about 70 million Americans and counting. You might eat a healthy diet and take all the right supplements but if your digestive tract can’t break down and deliver essential nutrients and […]

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Boost Summer Immunity

Summer isn’t typically a time of year that people associate with getting sick. However, change in the weather during summer leads to a shift in temperature, that leads to growth of certain viruses and bacteria. Crowded swimming pools and vacation spots are perfect breeding grounds for germs. This viral landscape can create health issues like […]

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Stressed? Alter Your Microbiome.

Stress suppresses the immune system, causes the largest volume of lost workdays, triggers episodes in diseases from asthma to gastrointestinal disorders, and is a major factor in top-killing diseases such as cancer and cardiovascular disease. Stress appears to do this damage in part by influencing our gut microbiome. This influence takes place via the gut-brain […]

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Baking Soda: Remove Pesticides from Produce

A study conducted by the University of Massachusetts, found that a 15 minute soak in water and baking soda is the most effective way to remove pesticide residue on produce. This comes at a good time, as prices for organic fruit & vegetables have rose 13.1% over the past year. For households struggling with the […]

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Physical Activity Still Lower To Pre-Pandemic Levels

Global physical activity plummeted in early 2020, as lockdowns and work-from-home mandates took effect to reduce COVID-19 spread. Even though all those restrictions have lifted, activity hasn’t returned to its pre-pandemic level, according to a new study in The Lancet Global Health. Physical activity dropped by 32 percent among those who had higher fitness levels pre-pandemic. One explanation, is […]

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Ginger; Brain and Body Benefits

As people age, our brains age and decline, as well, but diet may be the key to preventing brain aging. According to Dr. Takuji Shirasawa, a Japanese brain surgeon, ginger can help the brain eliminate toxins, prevent brain aging, and enhance immunity. In his new book “Brain Detox Diet” Shirasawa mentions that the modern brain […]

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Brain Fog: Symptoms, Causes & Relievers

Forgetting where you put your keys once in a while is normal. However, constant forgetfulness, confusion, and lack of focus and mental clarity could be brain fog. Brain fog is difficult to describe because it makes you feel fuzzy, and fatigued and can make it impossible to complete normal tasks. People suffering from brain fog […]

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The Energetics of Food

Food is more than fuel for our body. It imparts a living wisdom that is beyond the science and mechanics of calories, grams, and nutrient values. Ancient peoples, through their relationships with the plants and animals providing their food, understood that their food conveyed the unique energetic qualities of its source, such as swiftness from […]

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Low Fat is Not “All That”

The US government, clinical nutritionists, mainstream media, and the average person on the street will tell you that eating a diet low in fat, especially saturated fat, will lower your risk of death from coronary heart disease. Although most “official” healthy eating guides endorse it, no randomized research study has ever been able to link […]

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Betcha Can’t Eat Just One

The Science of Addictive Junk Food. I first learned about the science of addictive junk food from David Katz, MD, (author of The Flavor Point Diet) at the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, back in 2010. During his lecture, he talked about the epidemic of Type 2 diabetes and the fact that 80% of U.S. adults […]

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