Cortisol & Cancer: How Lowering Stress Can Help Prevent Cancer

by Dr. Sara Gottfried
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The best way to beat cancer is to keep from getting it altogether. The scientific community learns more each year, but we already know some proven ways that people, even those genetically predisposed, can seriously better their odds.

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Intermittent Fasting For Women – Don’t Do It Without Reading This First

by Brad
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If you already have enough stress on your plate, or even if you’re feeling groovy, IF may not be something you want to take on. Let’s talk about why intermittent fasting for women may need to be practiced only after special consideration.

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Spreadable Dairy Free Cashew Cheese

by Carolyn Scott-Hamilton
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Nothing is better on a hot day, picnic or light meal on the patio than some crackers and dip or even tasty finger sandwiches. And you know what goes great on those? My easy, breezy, spreadable cashew cheese!

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Strawberry Vanilla Cream Popsicles (DF,GF)

by Kelli & Brad
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Summer’s in full swing here in Texas. Time for some cool treats. How about some dairy free creamy popsicles? Sold!

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Detoxing: Why You Might Be Doing It Wrong

by Lara Adler

While many diet detoxes are wonderful ways to reset healthy eating habits and (hopefully) pump the body full of nutrient-rich foods – and many of them are able to deliver on some of those promises – the results are often short lived. In fact, most diet detoxes actually miss the entire point.

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Tapping our Way Out of Our Addiction to Plastic Bottles

by Anna Soref
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When many of us were kids, there was no such term as tap water; it was simply known as water. We drank it when we were thirsty, we drank it with meals, we used it to make ice, we cooked our food with it, we made other drinks (such as iced tea) with it, and much more, without a second thought.

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Yoga as Heart Therapy

by Craig Weatherby
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People assume that yoga is healthy for body and mind … and there’s ample evidence favoring that proposition. When it comes to heart disease, yoga’s effects on stress and certain specific risk factors suggest that it should be helpful.

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Remove Stains and Freshen Your Carpet with Natural Items Found in Your Cupboards

by Kelli
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Instead of using harsh commercial shampoos, consider making your own greener carpet cleaner. These are few great ways to remove stains, clean and deodorize your carpet for some of the common problems we all face at one time or another.

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Avoid the Toxic Effects of Mold and Mildew with These Green Cleaning Secrets

by Kelli
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If you’ve ever had mold or mildew you know how unsightly it is. But, did you know it also has detrimental effects on your health? If you choose to do the cleanup yourself, you have a few “green” options. You probably have some of these products in your cupboards already.

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The Natural Sleep Cure: How to Get Restful, Rejuvenating Sleep Without Popping a Sleeping Pill

by Dr. Sara Gottfried

Our modern lifestyles get in the way of a good night’s sleep in several ways. I’m going address three of the most common sleeping mistakes people make, as well as how you can change your habits to become a master sleeper.

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Light Up Your Vision With Lutein

by Dr. Corey Schuler, MS, DC, CNS, LN
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Is your vision not what it used to be? Having a hard time seeing at night? Not ready to give up driving after dark? Perhaps lutein holds the solution for you.

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Got Magnesium? Why Kids Need This Key Mineral

by Anna Soref
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A deeper look into bone development is revealing that the mineral magnesium may be just as important, and quite possible more so, than calcium.

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Caffeine Withdrawal Now a Mental Disorder

by Dr. Corey Schuler, MS, DC, CNS, LN
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If you are a committed coffee drinker or enjoy a few too many caffeinated sodas or drinks on the weekends and are considering modifying your habits, your morning routine and entire world as you know it now has new implications. You may be crazy.

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