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Less Sugar – More Chocolate

Healthy Hearts Eat Less Sugar ― And More Chocolate It’s February, and you know what that means: You need only venture into the closest store to find an abundance of heart-shaped cards, balloons and candies. But this month’s heart-a-palooza is about more...

“Appy” New Year: Part 2

“Appy” New Year: 8 Apps to Get Organized, Learn New Skills and Live Life to the Fullest As you settle into 2019, we hope you’re enjoying success in keeping your New Year’s resolutions. After resolutions involving losing weight and exercising...

Make 2019 an “Appy” New Year: Part 1

Make 2019 an “Appy” New Year: 9 Apps to Support Exercise and Weight Loss Happy New Year! Chances are, like millions of people worldwide, you have resolved to make some changes in your life for the fresh year ahead. That’s fantastic! Following are...

7 Ways to De-Stress Your Holiday Season

While many of us look forward to the fun and festivities of the holidays, there’s no denying the season also brings its fair share of stress. Juggling travel plans, financial burdens, and family gatherings is enough to put even the most stable among us on rocky...

10 Powerhouse Veggies

 Go Green with These 10 Powerhouse Veggies There's a reason every article about healthy eating, your parents, and your doctor are always reminding you to eat your greens. They're low in calories but chock full of everything your body needs: vitamins,...

Protect Yourself from Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs)

9 Ways to Protect Yourself from Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs) We know that electromagnetic fields (EMFs) are all around us. Some are naturally occurring, and even our bodies have their own EMFs. However, there are a lot of manmade EMFs too, and as society becomes more...

Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs): Is Your Health at Risk?

Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs): Is Your Health at Risk? Electromagnetic fields (EMFs) are all around us because electricity is all around us. Some of it is natural―think of the Earth's magnetic poles or even those warm rays from the sun. Our bodies generate their own...

How to Protect Yourself from Environmental Estrogens

In our last post, we talked about what environmental estrogens (xenoestrogens) are, where they're found, and why they're harmful. They're in everything from the water we drink to the food we eat and are known endocrine disruptors. They can adversely affect everything...

What Everyone Should Know About Environmental Estrogens

You probably know that estrogen is the "female" hormone that makes things like puberty and pregnancy possible, but did you know all humans—both male and female—need estrogen? It helps regulate bone health, metabolism and cholesterol. In addition to the...

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