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4 Fall Inspired Spices to Reduce Inflammation

With the first day of fall right around the corner, you may be changing up your diet. Many people go from eating lighter more refreshing meals to heartier and more satisfying meals in the cooler months. While you are thinking about what soups and stews you are going to make in the coming months, it’s … Read More

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4 Reasons Vitamin D is Essential for Your Health

Many people know vitamin D as the sunshine vitamin, but the extraordinary health benefits of this vitamin are not as well known. Vitamin D is so important for health that it has been known to be effective in fighting off the flu, supporting hormone balance, bone health, and supporting a healthy pregnancy just to name … Read More

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Combatting Aging Skin Through the Foods We Eat

Did you know that nutrition plays a role in nearly every single aspect of our health? Yes, this even includes the health of our skin! While there may be dozens of skin care products on the market promising to be the next best anti-aging cream, your best defense against aging skin is likely sitting right … Read More

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Are All Fats Bad Fats?

Fats have received a bad reputation over the last couple of years. With all of the fad diets, it’s easy to be confused about what’s healthy and what’s not. Some diets like the Ketogenic and Paleo diet emphasize the importance of healthy fats, while others recommend you limit them. So, what’s the deal?   In … Read More

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6 Reasons why you can’t out work a bad diet

You won’t burn it off in one workout Just because Michael Phelps consumes 4,000 calories per meal during the Olympics doesn’t mean you can justify that donut before CrossFit class. Chances are you are you do not need extra calories like professional athletes. Take the time to recalculate how many calories you are burning and … Read More


How to Avoid Bad Breath

Brush Your Teeth Brush your teeth at least twice a day to prevent build-up of odor causing bacteria. Brushing your teeth before going to bed will reduce bad breath significantly because it removes left over food and plaque that has built up throughout the day. At night your mouth becomes more acidic, creating the perfect … Read More

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Is it time to minimize your life?

  “The things you own end up owning you” – Fight Club Minimalism has been sort of a buzzword these days. Today we will be talking about the benefits of minimalism. In a world full of distractions and “stuff” there are a lot of things that can occupy our mind. You may not notice but … Read More


Should you be drinking Alkaline Water?

Is your water safe to drink? We all know about the negative side effects of sugary drinks. But what about the water you drink every day? Alkaline water has become a buzzword. Claiming that not all water is made the same. Tap water is delivered to us via systems of purifications and pumped through pipes … Read More

The Benefits of sleeping

What are the Benefits of Sleeping?

Are you getting enough sleep? In today’s fast-paced society, we are addicted to our devices. The average adult gets less than 6 hours of sleep a night! Sleep deprivation is a one-way-fast-track to shortened life expectancy. If you are waking up racing to the kitchen for a cup of Joe, then you may be missing … Read More


Preventing Inflammation In The Joint

As we age our joints start to stiffen up, ache, and stimulate pain. Most individuals ignore these signs and credit the problems to aging. When in fact you can prevent the joint pain, stiffness and aching. Depending on the individual, developing joint pain can occur as early as 18 years old! The main cause of … Read More

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