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Beat the Winter Blues

Winter typically starts out joyfully as we celebrate the holidays with our loved ones. Unfortunately, for many, that joyful feeling does not shine through the long, dark winter days which proceed the holiday season. Research has shown that the farther away you live from the equator the most likely you are to suffer from Seasonal […]

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Signs of the Season: Sensitivities

Spring is underway, which means that sensitivities to this change in season will start to emerge, if they haven’t already. Some common signs of sensitivities are: runny nose, sneezing, itchy eyes skin issues: eczema, dry skin, rashes headache, brain fog, difficulty concentrating digestive issues: bloating, constipation, diarrhea sleep issues emotional and behavioral issues joint and […]

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Slim Down for You and Your Pet

The warmth of the sun has begun to filter through the clouds as spring brings a transition from winter to summer. The daffodils and tulips have already bloomed and dropped their petals. As summer nears, many people are hoping to drop a few pounds. But why is maintaining a proper weight so important? 1. Helps […]

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Health Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple Cider Vinegar is commonly seen on grocery store shelves and in many people’s cupboards. While best known for its uses in the kitchen, it also carries many health benefits: 1. Reduces Heartburn & Acid Reflux: Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) helps break down food due to its abilities to stimulate production of stomach acid. Mix […]

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Protecting Your Skin Naturally

Summer is upon us! Green grass, trees full of leaves, blooming flowers, and sprouting gardens. None of this would not be possible without plentiful rain and an abundance of sun. The sun…a delight and a worry. Although it is good to directly soak up the sun’s warmth for beneficial vitamin D, we are often concerned […]

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Natural Ways to Keep Your Thyroid Healthy

What is the Thyroid? The thyroid is a butterfly-shaped gland located in the neck, just below the Adam’s apple. It is responsible for a number of hormones, the main two being T4 and T3, which also regulate other hormones such as adrenaline and dopamine. These hormones help stimulate metabolism, growth and development, and body temperature.T4 […]