From the monthly archives:

May 2019

Sunglasses aren’t just for your comfort—and their protecting you from more than you think. Over summer and everyday it’s important to protect and support your eye health! Start with sunglasses, then incorporate antioxidant rich foods (or a supplement) into your diet. Did you know your eyes can get sunburned? I bet as a kid (if […]

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A warm cup of tea can do a lot. It can bring cheer, calm tears, perk up your afternoon… or support your health. Sitting down for a cuppa has made its cultural dent for a reason, and supporting health and well-being is a part of that. There are many types of teas to choose from. […]

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There’s all kinds of folk wisdom about fighting infections, and as antibiotic resistance becomes an increasingly threatening issue, scientists are giving folk cures serious consideration and validation through research. You can add cranberry juice to the list of study validated remedies: a new study finds that it can help fight bacteria and even antibiotic resistance. […]

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Stop Summer Blisters

May 28, 2019

Sunscreen stops burns and blistering skin, but what about the other type of blister that pops up in the summer–the one in our shoes? Prevent and treat summer blisters naturally with some basic tips. If you have a blister erupt this summer, be sure to support healing with colloidal silver. The first thing to know […]

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In the Northern Hemisphere, we look to Australia for a forecast of what our winter flu season will look like. What happens in Australia influences things like which strains go in the flu shot—which is sometimes accurate, sometimes not. Spring here, fall there. As we look to summer, they look to winter, and it’s barely […]

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