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Spice Up Your Holidays

November 23, 2017

Here’s something that has a long list of studies supporting its potential health benefits: turmeric. A good source of the antioxidant curcumin, this superfood may help with a whole range of health problems, even offering a health boost to otherwise healthy people. One of the most studied benefits of curcumin is to support joint health. […]

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They say everything in moderation is OK, and they’re generally right. The trouble with stomach acid blockers is that the more you use them, the more you need them, and overtime, you do start to see some side effects. They can change how your stomach works and create dependency, but studies are finding long-term use […]

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Hepatitis A. It’s highly contagious, but will generally clear up with good self-care (rest and immune support). It doesn’t seem threatening: there’s a vaccine, and prevention is mostly good food hygiene and clean water. Lots of hand-washing, cleaning with bleach, and if you get it, lots of healthy eating, water, and rest. So why worry […]

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Get the Gunk Out

May 9, 2017

You probably pay a lot of attention to what goes in your body, choosing high-quality multivitamins, eating healthy meals with carefully requested ingredients, and being choosy about sunscreen and makeup. But what about what comes out? There are a couple of things you can do to support your body as it detoxes the extras we’re […]

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A Cup of Tea for Health

December 8, 2016

A cup of tea is filled with cultural significance, from formal occasions to a warm “cuppa” in your hands for heavier moments—it’s known as a source of comfort, a way to de-stress and even a way to calm insomnia. But a cup of tea can also mean deeper health benefits than just the mental ones […]

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