TAG: health

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November 15, 2017
  •  Brittni Soo

Ayurveda Awareness: Fall is the Optimal Time to Cleanse with Food

With Winter holidays approaching the thought of a ‘cleanse’ might seem counterintuitive and is often a concept we reserve for New Year’s Day.  According to Ayurveda, Fall is one of the best times of year to cleanse.  The reason for this is because fall tends to gift us with mild weather. Doing a cleanse during... Read More >
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November 1, 2017
  •  Bethany Ugarte

If you want to heal your skin, you have to heal your gut

My skin clears up when my digestion is working well but I break out whenever I get a bad flare! There IS a connection! People with small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), Ulcerative Colitis, & Crohns is more prevalent in people who have acne / rosacea. Celiac disease also has cutaneous manifestations and of course, all... Read More >
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September 27, 2017
  •  Kelsey Lee

3 Tricks to Eating with Allergies and Autoimmune Issues

If you’re one of the many people with an allergy or autoimmune issue, you know how daunting it can be to stay on track to your best health (or healing) when grocery shopping, dining out, eating with family or friends or just finding something to eat on the fly. I firmly believe that having allergies... Read More >
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September 18, 2017
  •  Jessica Milligan

Why I Take a Day Off from Technology Once a Week

Notification after notification come across our phones every day. Someone is always posting a photo of their food, updating their status with the latest news or tweeting their thoughts on a matter. Social media is used by most everyone in the world and is a fantastic tool for connecting people, but should we take breaks... Read More >
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September 13, 2017
  •  Jason Sani

Making Healthy Taste Good on a Budget

Jason Sani shares how you can spend less than $50 per week/person with all of the necessities to eating healthy. In addition, how more disposable income can allow some premium sweeteners and conscious comfort foods. Jason Sani is the author of Making Healthy Taste Good. He is a trained and licensed Culinary Nutritionist that has worked... Read More >
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September 11, 2017
  •  Bethany Ugarte

How stress can be the main cause of yeast overgrowth and inflammation in the body

You can eat the cleanest diet ever and still get gut infections, inflammation, and yeast overgrowth. How? Elevated stress levels can cause yeast overgrowth. When you’re stressed, your body releases more of a hormone called Cortisol. This hormone can weaken the immune system, and at the same time, cause elevated levels of blood sugar. Since... Read More >
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August 23, 2017
  •  Kaleigh McMordie

3 Healthy Mason Jar Salads

Preparing your own lunches at home to take to work or school is not only an easy way to eat healthier during the week, but it can also help you save time and money by eliminating the need to eat out every day. One of my favorite packable lunches is a mason jar salad. You... Read More >
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July 19, 2017
  •  Sarah Pendrick

A Self-Love Morning 5 Easy Steps To Start

Have you ever heard the saying, your day is formed by how you spend your first hour? Over the years, I have found that what you do and what you think from the moment you wake up will make or break your day. Having a positive and loving morning routine is essential to being happy. As... Read More >
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May 24, 2017
  •  Jason Sani

1 Minute Max Exercise Challenge

Jason Sani provides a one minute exercise challenge to help your longevity, mood, and your metabolism through a variety of different exercises, such as body squats, push-ups and lunges. These exercises can be done on a daily basis to create a cycle of progress, all it takes is 60 seconds. Jason Sani is the author of... Read More >