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The Power to Get Well and Stay Well

Nov 14,2018

For hundreds of years, it was a common belief that the world was flat, that man would never walk on the moon and that each person born was given a set of genes and we were incapable of altering our genetic expression. It was believed that our genes predetermined our…
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10 Ways to Strengthen Your Body's Immune System Now

Nov 12,2018

Winter is coming and, especially with the cold and flu season, it’s important to know what we can do to keep a strong and balanced immune system to stay healthy and avoid infections. 1. Eat a balanced diet with whole foods Youneed many nutrients, such as VitaminA, C, D and…
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The Dollars and Sense of Healthcare

Nov 09,2018

Healthcare is a major expense in North America. In fact, the average annual cost per US citizen is $10,348, which is the highest in the world.1 Healthcare costs are expected to increase by 5.5 percent between 2019 and 2020, and are expected to rise by 5.7 percent annually through 2029.2…
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Sugar is Addictive and Your Wellness Foe

Nov 07,2018

The holiday season is almost here, and with it comes festivals, feasting and celebrations! If you desire wellness, this season is potentially the most damaging to your health because of the foods loaded with sugars and refined carbs that promote high glucose levels. Sugar can be extremely detrimental to your…
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4 Sneaky Leaky Gut Culprits

Nov 06,2018

What is leaky gut? Intestinal permeability, more commonly known as leaky gut, is a condition in which the protective lining of your intestines is damaged, which allows undigested food, toxins and bacteria to enter areas of the body it shouldn’t. Your intestinal lining covers more than 4,000 square feet of…
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Good Gut Practices for Better Immunity

Oct 29,2018

A complex ecosystem of bacteria lives within your digestive system. Research is beginning to link problems ranging from autoimmune diseases, obesity and clinical depression to immune dysfunction starting in the gut. Approximately 70 percent of your immune system resides in your intestines. “The human gut plays a huge role in…
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5 Scary Side Effects of a B-12 Deficiency

Oct 16,2018

B vitamins support normal functions performed by the brain and nervous system, support adrenal function. Vitamin B-12 is also required for critical metabolic processes like DNA synthesis, production of neurotransmitters, energy production and is required for the development of red blood cells.  Vitamin B-12 is found in animal-derived foods such…
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Don’t Let Loneliness Kill You

Oct 08,2018

Strong relationships are crucial to living a happy and healthy life. But loneliness and social isolation are growing problems that have grim emotional, mental and physical consequences. Nearly one-third of Americans over the age of 65 now lives alone, and half of those over 85 live on their own; and…
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Keeping the Quality of Life Robber at Bay

Oct 03,2018

If you have ever had something of value stolen from you, the emotions and feelings of loss are life-changing. I remember a few years ago when my wife and I took a vacation and checked into a well-known, nice quality hotel. We were there to celebrate life! I had just…
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3 Ways to Detect and Prevent B-12 Deficiency

Oct 02,2018

For most healthy adults Vitamin B-12 deficiency may be uncommon because the body can store B-12 to be used over time. However, if you suspect you may be at risk or are already deficient, keep reading to find out how to avoid and reverse this potentially devastating deficiency. 1. Understand…
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