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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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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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It’s a good time of year for everyone—those with and without allergies or asthma—to take a look at the air contaminants coming from their own home and get rid of them. If you have allergies or asthma, you probably have a deep sense of the benefit of fighting back dust and other triggers. Otherwise, noticing […]

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If you’re forgetting about your nebulizer during the warm summer months, you’re not getting the most out of it and missing out on some key immune support. For most people, their guard is down during summer, and they’re not prepared for sudden exposure to illness. Almost everyone suffers from some degree of allergies (regionally, we […]

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Summer Eye Care

June 8, 2016

Whether you have chronic allergies, love summer swimming, or just spend a lot of time outdoors, make sure you take a few minutes each day to protect your eyes. First, the (hopefully) obvious: put sunglasses on whenever you’re outside. Your eyes can get burned and develop moles (inside!) just like your skin. The risk of […]

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