Constant Cravings?

by KJ Landis

When we make dietary lifestyle changes for the better, we sometimes find the first three weeks going really well. After that we have a new habit established and we ride the wave of […]

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Tone Up Your Brain, Tone Down Inflammation

By Eloise Nelson

80% of all diseases in the US are inflammatory based. Alzheimer’s disease, arthritis of all types, inflammatory bowel diseases, asthma, MS, diabetes, cancer, and atherosclerosis, all have inflammatory components. Adipose (fat tissue) is […]

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Snacking On A Cleanse

By Sandi Bruce

Spring and summer are popular times of year to embrace a period of time to cleanse the body. Generally ranging from 7-30 days, these cleanse periods give the body a much needed break […]

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The Puzzle of Growing Young

By Eloise Nelson

Life is an exciting living puzzle! We spend an entire lifetime putting the pieces together, which creates the picture of our life. Sometimes the pieces fit perfectly together, and other times they are […]

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The Sugar Dilemma: Are you making the right choice?

In the fall of last year, groundbreaking scientific research was published (here) showing that consumption of the artificial sweeteners saccharin (Sweet ’n Low), sucralose (Splenda) and aspartame (Equal) may lead to diabetes and obesity due […]

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Sugar A.G.E.’s Your Body

An article by Dr. Taylor Krick

What if there was ONE THING you could do that was easy, costs nothing, and has been proven to slow down the aging process?

What if that same one thing would also […]

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