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  • Recipe: Roasted Root Vegetables May 17, 2019
    If you’re looking to fight inflammation, one of the best things you can do is increase your intake of fresh fruits and vegetables. And this recipe for roasted root vegetables will really make you want to eat your veggies! A bit of maple syrup or agave nectar add a touch of sweetness, too. INGREDIENTS 1 […]
  • 4 Natural Treatments for Hasimoto’s Disease May 14, 2019
    Have you noticed your hair is thinning, you’re perpetually exhausted, your face is puffy, and you can’t stand going out in the cold? These are all signs that you might be experiencing hypothyroidism, specifically Hashimoto’s disease. Hashimoto’s disease is an autoimmune disorder, also called chronic lymphocytic thyroiditis, in which your antibodies attack healthy thyroid tissue […]
  • Recipe: Vegetarian Fried Rice April 17, 2019
    Looking to get more veggies in your diet? You’ll love this delicious vegetarian fried rice. Not only are vegetables packed with vitamins that help boost your immunity, but they also reduce inflammation, which is great if you’re looking for natural ways to reduce pain. INGREDIENTS 3 cups water 1 1/2 cups quick-cooking brown rice 2 […]
  • 7 Natural Ways to Avoid Knee Surgery April 10, 2019
    As you age, the likelihood of your knee joints causing pain and discomfort will only increase. Often, this is a result of osteoarthritis — the natural wear and tear of the cartilage between your knees causes it to wear away, decreasing the protective space between your bones. However, many other factors can lead to the […]
  • When to Use Ice vs. Heat for an Injury March 21, 2019
    You’ve just finished an amazing workout at the gym, but as you begin your cooldown it’s clear you pulled a muscle. Or maybe you exited the car less-than-gracefully and you worry you twisted your ankle. Yikes! In situations like these many of us know we should either ice an injury or apply heat, but choosing […]
  • Recipe: Tanya’s Papaya Smoothie March 21, 2019
    Looking for a new twist on your favorite fruit smoothie? How about one made with papaya? Papaya is rich in fiber, high in vitamin C, and vitamin A, which means it’s a great for boosting your immunity, improving digestion and more. INGREDIENTS1/2 papaya with seeds removed and flesh scooped (about 2 cups)1 bananaSlightly under one […]
  • Recipe: Spring Green Soup March 8, 2019
    Looking for something green to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day? This Spring Green Soup is great for cold days in March, and is packed with healthy vitamins, too. It can be made with other greens, but we chose spinach and chard. INGREDIENTS 2 Tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil1 large Vidalia onion, chopped3/4 tsp. Himalayan sea salt, divided2 […]
  • 5 First Aid Tips Everyone Should Know March 7, 2019
    Sometimes, no matter how diligent we are about taking care of our health, life just happens. We slip on the ice and twist an ankle. We reach for a pot on the stove and burn our hand. When these kinds of injuries happen to us or to one of our loved ones, it’s important to […]
  • 9 Natural Ways to Treat Menopause Symptoms February 21, 2019
    They say the only certain things in life are death and taxes, but if you’re a woman, there’s one other thing you can be sure of: at some point, you’re going to go through menopause. Typically, most women start to experience a drop in estrogen levels by their late 40s, a few years before they […]
  • Recipe: Pecan Crusted Cod February 20, 2019
    Fish is a great source of omega 3 fatty acids, which can improve brain function, as well as a healthy source of protein. And pecans can improve digestion, boost your immunity and are helpful for weight loss, too. So these two together make a low-carb dinner that can’t be beat! INGREDIENTS ·        1 large fish fillet, […]

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