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Nutrition

It used to be more common to hear that you need less sleep as you age, but more people are hearing the truth: that 7-9 hours of sleep should stay consistent for your whole life (within that range depends on genetics). When you’re sick, you need more sleep, and that’s ok. You should always try […]

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Taking care of your heart is a top issue for everyone, of every sex and color. And in February (probably because it’s the month of love) it’s time to talk about hearts: how to strengthen them, support them, and keep them ticking for longer! To start off Heart Health Month, here are some things you […]

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Dig deep enough in some areas and you’ll find a layer of soil rich in micronutrients. That layer, formed from the remains of ancient forests, has lots of Humic and Fulvic Acid, the minerals that are in short supply in modern soil. Don’t let the “acid” fool you, it’s not some exaggerated substance from science […]

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Get Better Digestion

November 25, 2016

It’s probably on your mind already—digestion—whether you’re uncomfortable right now, or thinking about how you need to make better decisions in the future. You might be a healthy eater, cheat occasionally, or subscribed to the typical American diet. All types can sometimes run into digestion troubles, because what we eat is only the beginning. Yes, […]

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If you focus on eating healthy foods: good! Eating right is one of the biggest hurdles to being healthy. Whether you focus on making vegetables and fruit the biggest portions, or are eating an alternate diet (Asian, Latin, and other cuisines are great for avoiding wheat, dairy, and other common allergens), the effort you put […]

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