This flu season has been bad partly due to the presence of H3N2, a particularly nasty strain that people over 50 have a poor immune response to, and to the flu shot being a miss.

But when spring comes, will that be the end? Or is this just the start of bad flu seasons? Read more about flu season…

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Take a Healthier Break

February 15, 2018

If it feels like 2018 is already going a little fast, with flu season cycling through, intense headlines, and all those New Year’s goals crammed into your schedule… take a minute to slow down, and make it a healthy one, with Jiaogulan tea. Read more about Jiaogulan tea…

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PFAs (perfluoroalkyl substances) are chemicals used to make many useful things… stain resistant carpets, non-stick pans, food packaging… but, according to a new study, they are correlated with gaining weight quickly, and losing weight slowly. Read more about toxins…

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Flu season, colds, stomach bugs, and more have been everywhere the last few weeks. It can really disrupt your life, especially as taxes become due, work and other obligations pile up, and we help out those around us who are sick, too. While immune support is important right now, so is self-care so we can stay focused and meet our goals.

The best place to start for a boost is colloidal gold. It’s not the jolt and crash of coffee or sugar, it’s brain and body support that may help with energy, mood, focus, memory, clarity, hand-eye coordination and more. A little each morning and in a week or two most people notice a difference. It’s a safer, more steady way to support your brain than many common alternatives (although you may still want coffee for the fun of it!). Read more about colloidal gold…

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Study after study confirms that owning a pet, especially a dog or cat, offers health benefits. Researchers recently reviewed a pile of studies and concluded that indeed, there’s a mental health benefit when you care for a dog or cat—and a slight dip when they get ill and pass. Read more about pet health…

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