Transforming Our Relationship To Health

Most of us believe that being in good health means eating right and exercising. However, this is only part of the picture. The more important part of the equation is our relationship with our mind, which plays a crucial role in our health and has a profound effect on our well-being, metabolism, and cellular immunity. […]

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Natural Cramp Remedies

Oh, cramps. They are one of the more common side effects of menstruation. For some, cramps are just a little bit annoying. But for many women, cramps can be so severe, so debilitating, that they interfere with life’s everyday activities and can get in the way of relationships, work, and school. My personal experience with […]

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Five Tips For A Healthier You

It’s the new season and I think a lot of us have long forgotten about those New Years intentions we said a while back or you are thinking about your future New Years intentions for next year.

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When You Feel The Cold Coming

I NEVER get sick (I say that now).  It’s become the most phenomenal thing.  And through a series of not eating my fermented vegetables regularly, a couple of drinks, and getting little sleep the past week, my body finally decided to tell me to slow down after three years of a clean bill of health. […]

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Eating Intuitively

Intuition is the roadmap of life. And tapping into one’s intuition offers the capability of tapping into our mindfulness. And mindfulness leads to our consciousness. 

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Calling out two facts for your attention

Hope you all have enjoyed this pleasant summer so far! I would like to share one recent report by Madeline Drexler, the Editor of Harvard Public Health School. This report may be long, but it is totally worthwhile to read (link to the full report at the bottom).

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“Diets”

It’s not bad to follow a “diet“, but you’re doing it wrong. Health and fulfillment aren’t things you can achieve by counting carbs or following a 30-day plan. We need to shift our culture away from looking for unattainable silver bullets and instead focus on long term, sustainable lifestyles.

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Food Is Medicine

Can you believe we are already in September and the school has begun? Well, accordingly to the Chinese Lunar Calendar, we are actually already in Fall.  Do you feel that way? The morning breeze reminds me soon it is time for campfires and camping in the cool nights.

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Nutsopedia

My favorite nuts from a nutritional standpoint are almonds, Brazil nuts, cashew nuts, hazelnuts, pecans, pistachios, and walnuts.

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Smart Eating At Restaurants

Eating out can be tough when you are trying to make the right choices. It is infinitely harder when you have no say in the location – however not impossible.

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