From the monthly archives:

March 2017

With cold and flu season still going on, but the weather warm enough that trees and flowers are blooming early, you might be wondering if you have cold or flu symptoms (or wrong about your assumptions). An allergic reaction, even just a mild one, to allergens blown into the air by spring isn’t uncommon. So […]

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The more researchers look, the more illnesses they find are being spread by ticks. You might have heard of babesioisis, anaplasmosis, or Lyme Disease. And now there’s heartland virus, bourbon virus, and other new pop-ups that resemble and are related to Lyme Disease. The mild winter means that more ticks are going to survive until […]

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As flu season lingers, so do sore throats, runny noses, coughs, fevers, and other symptoms of not just colds and flu, but strep, sinus infections, ear infections, and other viral diseases going around (not to mention stomach flu). Whether you’re fending off getting sick as everyone sniffles around you (maybe with some extra immune support), […]

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Spring is in the air, so here comes spring fashions. Instead of making your skin glow with UV damage, make it firm, glowing, and clear by supporting its good health. A healthy diet, lots of water, and plenty of beauty rest is a good start. But with day to day stress, pollution, aging, and more, […]

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Strengthening Gut Health

March 27, 2017

You may have already read about a research article or two that ties the good bacteria that live in our gut to many other health factors, from heart health, to weight, to mood. Here’s another feather in the cap: if you support your gut with prebiotics (especially through events known to diminish gut health, like […]

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