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  • Scrumptious Protein Smoothie Recipes

    Eat to live, don’t live to eat. That’s the way it should be. The foods we eat and how we treat our bodies significantly impact the quality of life we enjoy. Whole foods naturally have nutrients that work to make us healthy (or not healthy). When it comes to smoothies, the health benefits are phenomenal! Unlike juices, smoothies retain all the fiber of whole raw fruits and vegetables. Eating fiber is…

  • Collagen Production

    Your body is an amazing thing… Right now, as you’re reading this article, your body is making collagen. That’s right, you’re multitasking and you didn’t even realize it.

  • Reduce the Symptoms of Menopause Naturally

    Doctors long believed that hormones were best for not only combatting those bothersome menopausal symptoms but also for preventing heart disease and osteoporosis. Natural treatments for menopause are gaining more popularity because they can be more effective for severe symptoms than simple lifestyle changes, yet have less severe side effects than traditional treatments, such as hormone replacement therapy. What can you do about hot flashes, night sweats and other menopausal…

  • Can Omega-3 Stabilize Mood? Beating the Frantic Bipolar Prison

    Can you fight bipolar disorder without medication?   The term “Bipolar Disorder” actually describes four different disorders which range in phase severity and how quickly someone’s mood cycles between phases.

  • Prenatal Supplements, The Remarkably Blissful Benefits

    Discover the remarkably blissful benefits of Prenatal supplements… From “What to expect when you’re expecting”, to the endless advice from mom ~ it can be tough to navigate the do’s and don’ts when growing your very own human.

  • High Cortisol Levels – The Good, Bad, And Down-Right Ugly Effects

    HIGH CORTISOL LEVELS – The Good, Bad, And Down-right Ugly Effects Cortisol, known as the “fight or flight hormone”, has the amazing ability to set of a plethora of changes in the body if it is too high or too low. Also known as “The Stress Hormone”, this chemical can be difficult to keep in balance – luckily nature has an app for that!