Your Immune System Supports You All Year, Treat it in KindEvery year I usually long for a little more summer when fall’s cool days take over and winter is sure to follow. But it is these seasonal changes that are good reminders to appreciate what has kept you healthy throughout the year, what has kept you afloat as cold and flu season approaches
The 6 Pillars of Healing: Guest Blog by Dr. Stephen SinatraI’ve learned that it’s all the little things that are a part of our daily lifestyles that matter. They eventually add up, and can “make or break” your health. That’s why I recommend these six foundational practices – my “pillars of optimal health” – as long-term lifestyle choices to help you get healthy and stay healthy.
Holistic Vet, Marlene Siegel, talks Gut Health, Toxin Exposure, and Elimination!If asked, what are the 3 things that could be done for our fur children to keep them healthy, I would answer: Gut health, Reduce toxin exposure, and Detoxify all 6 organs of elimination
20 Reasons to Detox Now!
Detox is more than a trending buzzword for 2020! There’s a reason biohackers, physicians, and people interested in overall health and wellness are talking about detox --- what it is, how it helps, and which specific ways are the most effective.
For those new to detoxification, we have compiled a list of 20 reasons why detoxing is so important in 2020 and exactly how it will enhance your life.
Shining a Light on “World Autism Month.”According to the Autism Society, autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a complex developmental disability with signs typically appearing during early childhood. The CDC has determined a staggering number—1 in 59 children—are diagnosed with autism, with boys four times more likely to develop it than girls.
We Are What We Eat
"You are what you eat." How many times have we heard that saying? Often, it's said to discourage us from over-indulging in sweets and what we generally call "junk food." A more accurate expression, however, would be, "You are what you digest." What we consume literally becomes part of us. The nutrients in a banana assimilate into our bodies, and we excrete what we cannot use.
Yes: what we eat (and digest) becomes us.