From the monthly archives:

October 2016

Longer nights should mean more sleep (if you want/need it), but many people find themselves fighting insomnia, instead. Most of winter insomnia can be tied to electricity, especially now that there are phones, tablets, and tvs to amuse us. Way back when, it was common to bunker down during winter with stored provisions and tell […]

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If you focus on eating healthy foods: good! Eating right is one of the biggest hurdles to being healthy. Whether you focus on making vegetables and fruit the biggest portions, or are eating an alternate diet (Asian, Latin, and other cuisines are great for avoiding wheat, dairy, and other common allergens), the effort you put […]

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Why Choose a Multivitamin?

October 27, 2016

If you’ve ever landed in the comments section/discussion of a trending article, you’ve probably seen comments about how no one has actually read the article. It turns out, catchy headlines are doing pretty good job of shaping our opinions. How do I know? Research says that more people are choosing to take singular nutrients (like […]

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Research has been around for years that clues doctors into the importance of thyroid health: when the thyroid is out of balance, it has a noticeable effect on cardiovascular health, from an irregular heartbeat to other cardiovascular disease markers. But new findings show that doctors need to make a bigger note of thyroid issues: having […]

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Support Your Skeleton

October 25, 2016

Halloween seems like the perfect time to talk about the skeleton inside of you, not just because skeletons decorate doors and bones litter yards, but because the start of the colder season means a natural wane to bone density. Let’s cover what you’ve already heard, first: pretty much everyone benefits from a calcium supplement. If […]

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