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Cleanse The Natural Way

Did you know the average American may be carrying as much as 10-25 pounds of impacted fecal matter in their colon? And that is someone of normal weight with no known allergies! These toxins wedged in the digestive track are absorbed by the bloodstream, resulting in the body’s inability to metabolize food properly or to provide vital energy for living. Think you’re in the clear? There is a surprisingly wide range of health problems that colon toxicity contributes to, many that a lot of us experience everyday. These include bloating, constipation, gas, fatigue, food cravings, hypoglycemia, allergies, arthritis, difficult weight Read More...

Beating The Holiday Bloating

Have you ever enjoyed a large holiday meal with family and friends only to experience digestive issues that left you feeling reclusive? Eating a large meal can put a strain on your digestive system, especially for those already dealing with weak digestion. This usually results in digestive discomforts like bloating, stomach pain, gas and constipation. This may be only temporary and occasional, or it might be a protracted discomfort which detracts from the Holiday festivities. (more…) Read More...

6 Natural Ways To Avoid The Afternoon Slump

6 Natural Ways To Avoid The Afternoon Slump + Achieve All-Day Energy These days, many of us have simply accepted sleepiness as a normal state of life. We struggle to roll out of bed, feel sluggish without our daily dose of coffee, and hit a wall by 2 p.m. — and then artificially attack it with sugar and caffeine. But the problem is that we’re actually living with deep fatigue. And that not only lowers everyday quality of life, it also harms long-term health. The good news is that the best strategies for acquiring all-day energy don’t require any artificial Read More...

Giving Thanks

Counting your blessings is a time-honored way to flourish. It’s been part of almost every culture and spiritual practice. Science has now proved what the ancients knew intuitively. Grateful people are likely to be much happier and healthier than their pessimistic counterparts. The regular practice of gratitude produces impactful “side effects:” (more…) Read More...

Why Silver Should be in Your Medicine Cabinet

Did you know……. The antimicrobial properties of silver have been known since 400 B.C., and silver was commonly used as an antimicrobial agent in wound management until the early 20th century. Modern science has since confirmed silver’s antimicrobial effects. It’s even been shown to be effective against antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Tests reveal that silver destabilizes the structure of the bacterial cell membrane, making it more porous, which allows the silver to enter the bacteria and kill it from the inside. Colloidal Silver is a health supplement commonly used to kill viruses, germ and fungus infections. It has been effective in combating and preventing bacterial illnesses, colds, Read More...

Healing Crisis When Detoxifying

“Every time I start a detox I feel awful and then give up. All of these foods that supposedly make me feel better actually make me feel worse. What gives?” You might not want to hear this, but initially feeling bad is a good thing. When you eliminate inflammatory, processed foods and stop feeding your body garbage and chemicals, your body goes through withdrawal just like with drugs or alcohol. It is good because it means you are on your way to getting clean! I call this a healing crisis or a detox crisis. Trust me: This process is well worth it because it Read More...

8 Ways to Reduce Cortisol Naturally

What is cortisol? Cortisol is the primary stress hormone secreted by the 2 cap-sized glands that are located on top of your kidneys in response to stress. It has been described as a low-grade adrenaline. This hormone assists in “fight-or-flight” situations. Its job is to quickly convert stored energy sources in the body into usable energy. Today, as a society, we are stressing over bills, going to work, relationships, poor food choices, dehydration, overtraining with exercise, lack of adequate sleep, among others. Every time the body becomes stressed, cortisol is released. This chronic elevation in cortisol is extremely detrimental to a person’s Read More...