Top 4 GI Healers: Get your gut in working order

When digestion works seamlessly, we hardly give it a thought. Unfortunately, trouble can start brewing as soon as a mouthful of your favorite dish is swallowed. Faulty digestion causes a lot of...

Dive Into Detox!

Ever wonder why some people age so much faster than others? “Genetics aside, toxicity is one of the greater factors influencing the age-related decrease in energy production,” says Frank...

Homeopathy for Cold & Flu

The underlying principle of homeopathy is that “like cures like.” Instead of suppressing symptoms, homeopathy stimulates the body’s innate healing abilities with microdoses of natural substances that...

Getting Clean Can Be A Dirty Business

Here’s a familiar morning routine: You stumble into the shower, lather up your hair, massage in conditioner, soap up your body, and possibly get foamy with a shaving cream. You rinse off and step out...

Cheers to Health: Sip Wine for Wellness

“In vino veritas.” This statement dates back to Roman times and translates to: “In wine, there is truth.” Modern scientific research proves that in wine, there is also health. One Fruit, Many Health...

5 Tips to Keeping Your New Year’s Resolutions

It’s that time of year again…for New Year’s resolutions. Let’s be honest – everyone makes big resolutions for themselves on January 1st, but seldom are they brought to fruition. According to fitness...

Herbs for Women

No matter what stage of womanhood you’re in, chances are there is some herbal remedy that can help you deal with a nagging discomfort or injury, protect you from illness, or, maybe, make you feel a...

Meet Your Microbiome

Next time you put a fork of food in your mouth, consider its effects on the trillions of beneficial bacteria that call your body home. These bacteria outnumber your human cells 10 to 1, and they have...

What's in Season? 14 Fruits and Vegetables to Eat This Winter

Winter, spring, summer, and fall each have their fruits and vegetables. Farmers' markets don't occur as frequently in the winter, but that doesn't mean that there isn't in-season produce. Many warmer...

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