From the monthly archives:

December 2016

If you want to be successful at building healthy habits, the best trick is to build them right into your day. Make them a natural (even fun) rhythm in your day instead of having them stand out as a chore. Our favorite healthy habit? A tea break, especially if it’s with our healthier, caffeine free […]

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Let’s Krill it Next Year

December 29, 2016

Here’s one thing you can improve in 2017: your source of Omega-3 fatty-acids. If you aren’t eating a diet rich with Omega-3s (or it’s just unbalanced with Omega-6s like from fried foods) you probably need a little bit more, and a supplement can provide that (especially if you forget to carry those cheat cards about […]

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Is a Virus Driving You to Eat?

December 28, 2016

It’s pretty well established that your gut biome, the good (and sometimes bad) bacteria in your digestive tract impact many aspects of health, impacts many aspects of health, weight, in particular. Researchers have been working to untangle which bacteria, and combinations upon combinations of bacteria, have what effects. Occasionally, they’ll pinpoint a bacterium, or an […]

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Health circles have re-discovered the power of colloidal silver (it never really goes away, but there’s always someone who hasn’t learned about it, or better yet, experienced it!). If you’re already familiar with colloidal silver, now’s a great time to share what it’s about with the people in your life. If you’re new to colloidal […]

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Most diseases have multiple factors that contribute to their onset. While eating less and exercising more helps to reduce your risk of obesity and diabetes, you might be able to make that track more successful by first addressing your gut bacteria. The tie between what type of gut bacteria you have and your weight is […]

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