Posts tagged healthy lifestyle
Sleep for Better Health

Stop doing other activities so you get the sleep you need. I realize that this is not easy for many of us, but give it a try and you will see that with more and better quality of sleep your mood, effectiveness and productivity will improve. 

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Teaching Healthy Choice Habits to Our Children

Over the last century, the primary burden of disease in children and young people has shifted from infectious diseases towards chronic conditions. Teaching healthy choice habits to our children can be one of the most important things we can do as parents.

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A Healthy Choice Holiday: Maintaining a Healthy Weight

Halloween is just a day away and we are already excited for what comes next… the holiday season! The sights, smells, sounds and the food!!! Out of these our favorite would have to be the food, but, we still want to make healthy choices and maintain a healthy weight. What can we do? 

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Health Care Crisis: Pt. 2

How about not having the problem of chronic diseaseto begin with? How about having a preventative maintenance program? How about more natural and less invasive ways to help with a condition than just treating and masking the problem? How about solutions with side-benefits instead of side-effects?

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My Personal Self Care Awakening

Some 20 years ago, I came to an awakening regarding my own health and well-being. I was in my mid 40’s and was starting to exhibit some health challenges that many other people do at that age. I was overweight, over worked and over stressed...

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Fight Sleep Deficiency with Healthy Choices

Chronic sleep deficiency is a problem for many people. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) more than a third of American adults are not getting enough sleep on a regular basis. Is this you? We can help. 

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The Great Alkaline Water Debate

Basically, when treating water for drinking, we should “take out the bad” and “leave in the good.”. We want to remove toxic chemicals and impurities then add back the essential minerals that nature intended to be in water.

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The Body Burden

The term body burden was first coined in the early 2000’s. It is defined as, the total amount of a chemical present in a human's or animal's body, typically a radioactive element or other toxic substance. This can include anything from dangerous metals like lead or mercury, to pesticides and herbicides, unsafe food additives, BPA’s from plastics just to name a few.

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Sweet Dreams are Made of...

Sleep is an essential physiological process (this means the body NEEDS sleep, not wants but needs), but in our fast paced, highly productive lives, we often sacrifice sleep for other activities.

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