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Making Positive Changes This Fall Season

Did you know that throughout the world fall is considered a wonderful and sacred time to make positive changes in your life? Leaves falling from trees is a powerful symbol for the fall. As the leaves delicately drift to the earth to be turned into soil through the process of composting, we too can allow […]

Building and Maintaining Healthy Immune Systems

Teach children to wash their hands well after using the restroom, after playing outdoors in the dirt, after playing with pets, and before eating.  Germs carried on the hands can be carried into the body through the mouth.  If the immune system is weak, the child can become ill.

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 […]

B Vitamins: What They Are and Why You Need Them

The B-complex vitamins all play an important role in energy production and aid enzymatic reactions necessary for the metabolism of fat, protein, and carbohydrates. Without B vitamins, many of our bodily processes would shut down and we wouldn’t be able to function properly. In total, there are 8 B-Vitamins. Here are the roles of each, […]

How Healthy is Your Colon

Nearly the entire human race is afflicted with constipation. For most people undigested food remains in the intestines for three or four days, sometimes longer. This is entirely too long. It’s a medical fact: when food gets left inside your colon, you get CONSTIPATED! Even if you pass stool daily, you still might not be […]

13 Symptoms of Chronic Dehydration

When you’re dehydrated, you’re more prone to irritability and fatigue. Your cognitive functions, including your ability to concentrate also take a hit. Your body is comprised of about 65 percent water, which is needed for a number of physiological processes and biochemical reactions, including but not limited to: Blood circulation Metabolism Regulation of body temperature […]