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Don’t struggle through winter with a runny nose at every cold snap and a reactive sneeze every time the heater kicks on, make sure that you’re prepared for it all with a Sinus Flooding Kit. There’s a lot that can make your nose and deep sinuses react and fill with mucus, making it hard to […]

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Spirulina is one of the most nutrient dense foods on the planet. Low in calories but high in protein, vitamins, and minerals, spirulina is a true superfood (it’s even used by astronauts) and is especially useful for vegetarians and those who need more iron in their diet. A great way to get spirulina is Blu-Lina […]

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Sore throats are a staple of fall and winter. And while strep throat is common enough (although it’s more likely to hit kids and teens) to often be a cause, there are plenty of other possibilities, including winter allergies or just a common cold. Luckily, there are some ways to cut down on your risk […]

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Fight Fall Asthma and Allergies

September 13, 2017

Spring may have pollen, but fall has decaying leaves, dust, cold weather (encouraging that mucus to breed infection), and, this year, lots of smoke. Start early with precautions against fall allergies and asthma. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, so start by finding ways to be proactive. Stay on top of […]

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Spirulina is a superfood. Not only is it high in protein, it’s nutritionally better than other sources of protein. Once a staple part of pre-colonial American’s diets, it wasn’t rediscovered until the 1960s. What makes it so special? It’s a vegan source of iron, it’s loaded with other minerals, powerful antioxidants, it’s high in chlorophyl, […]

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