Tick-Borne Illness

Tick-Borne Illness

5 Questions about Tick-Borne Illness and Lyme Disease Ticks are tiny arachnids, 3 mm to 5 mm in length—poppy seed size to sesame seed size–that feed on the blood of mammals and birds. Many species transmit diseases to both people and animals due to the...
Rethinking Drinking: 7 Strategies that Work

Rethinking Drinking: 7 Strategies that Work

April is Alcohol Awareness Month. It’s a good time to ask yourself: what’s your relationship with alcohol? Alcohol offers zero health benefits, yet people across the globe continue to consume it. Though it’s addictive and highly toxic, it plays an...
How Does Drinking Alcohol Affect Your Body?

How Does Drinking Alcohol Affect Your Body?

Popped open a bottle of champagne to celebrate a milestone recently? Or raised your glass to make a toast? Concerts, dinner parties, neighborhood gatherings, girls’ nights out, poker night, sporting events―all include the option to consume alcoholic beverages....
How to Minimize Your Body’s Heavy Metal Load

How to Minimize Your Body’s Heavy Metal Load

If you’re struggling with fatigue, brain fog, digestive troubles or anxiety, and you suspect foul play from a toxic level of heavy metals trapped in your cells, it may be time to take steps to lower your exposure to heavy metals with some level of heavy metal...
Heavy Metal Toxicity: Are You At Risk?

Heavy Metal Toxicity: Are You At Risk?

For many of us, the term “heavy metal” conjures up images of long-haired rockers wearing thick eyeliner and dark clothes, but heavy metals are naturally occurring elements that can accumulate in our bodies due to the foods we eat, environmental pollution...