Vibrant health instills positive energy, happiness and motivation
We feel on top of the world, we are full of ideas, we are ready for new endeavors and exciting adventures. We can’t wait to start new projects, get out and socialize, exercise and share our energy with others.
Is this an image you see yourself in? Hopefully so. But the truth is, many of us can’t quite join in this powerful state of vitality. Instead, we feel dragged down by work pressures, family issues, quarrels with friends, professional demands, political upsets, and many other unsettling experiences – be they real or in our perception fed by
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The foods we eat and the chemicals we use in and outside of our homes can contain many toxins. When pregnant, you should be extra aware of these many sources of toxic exposure that may put you, and your unborn baby, at risk.
Here are the most common environmental toxins that all os us – especially pregnant women – should avoid. Read more ›
Focus on What’s Most Important
I recently came across this excellent article about how to “downshift from a busy day so you can relax and reconnect with the ones you love.”
This article offers some seemingly simple tips that are extremely valuable and effective at transitioning from your work-day to what your life is really about – your family time.
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These are the brands represented by the Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA). The GMA is a powerful front for businesses that want to profit from GMOs in our food without telling us.
Boycott these deceptive brand names and send a message to the GMA and to our Government. Read more ›
How NSAIDs Cause Harm
Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are a group of substances that work by blocking the body’s COX-2 enzyme. This enzyme controls production of prostaglandins, the body’s inflammatory hormones. By blocking COX-2 and therefore prostaglandin production, pain and inflammation are suppressed. Common NSAIDs include ibuprofen, acetaminophen, naproxen and even aspirin.
NSAIDs may take away your aches and pains, but they can cause a host of other problems in the Read more ›
FLASHBACK TO 1945
The Manhattan Project in World War 2 is about to release a new type of weapon, a new type of energy source where its power is so immense that it can obliterate every single living thing with just one blast – nuclear power. The explosion at Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan during the approaching end of the war has shown the public the destructive power it can possess, terrifying them. And for scientists, inspiring them.
It was later found that nuclear energy wasn’t limited only to use in the field of warfare, but it could also be used in the field of energy production. It has been proven to be a cleaner source of power, without any production of carbon dioxide or other greenhouse gases. However, the by-product is far more dangerous one might think – Read more ›
Preventable But On The Rise
Rising rates of diabetes have made this chronic disease a part of everyday discourse. Despite growing appreciation for the importance of this problem, the real gist of what drives the development of diabetes remains somewhat mysterious. A deeper understanding of these issues is vital to adopting dietary measures that can help Read more ›
An Introduction to Massage
The allopathic (Westernized medicine) culture of taking a pill is slowly dying. More consumers are educating themselves, recognizing there are alternative ways to addressing their wellness needs, and are taking note that perhaps a multi-pronged approach to managing their health is a better option over going the traditional route alone. Why? Many not only understand the philosophy of “be good to your body, and your body will be good to you”, but they are living it.
Complementary alternative medicine (CAM) therapies such as Read more ›