3 Practical Steps to Fight Stress & Soothe Anxiety

3 Practical Steps to Fight Stress & Soothe Anxiety

When telling yourself to “calm down” just won’t cut it. Today, April 5th, is designated as International Calm Day. So, if you struggle with anxiety, irritability, mood swings and/or panic attacks, then today is a good time to push the “pause button” and reset your response to stress. Many of Continue reading

4 of Nature’s Best Remedies for Natural Pain Relief

4 of Nature’s Best Remedies for Natural Pain Relief

Stop your pain with these natural solutions. We’ve all been there—suffering from cramps, back pain, arthritis or muscle injuries. Given our busy schedules we’re willing to do almost anything to relieve the pain and get on with the day. Unfortunately, this usually means popping a quick painkiller. But these pills may be putting Continue reading

3 Ways Chlorine in Drinking Water is Harming Your Health

3 Ways Chlorine in Drinking Water is Harming Your Health

Nearly every day we read how a new chemical, toxin, pharmaceutical drug, radioactive residue or parasite is contaminating our water supply, and especially our drinking water. In fact, a 3-year Environmental Working Group study found that 85% of the U.S. population’s water is laced with over 300 contaminants. But what Continue reading

Mind Your Magnesium!

Mind Your Magnesium!

The mineral that makes magic… Magnesium is the new miracle mineral and for good reason. For starters, it aids in your digestion, is the building block for DNA, helps us deal with stress, prevents kidney stones and creates nerve connections for learning and memory. For women, a magnesium supplement may be worth Continue reading

The Sour Reality of Artificial Sweeteners

The Sour Reality of Artificial Sweeteners

How These Low-Calorie “Cheats” are Making You Fat, and the Best NATURAL Alternative There are chemicals hiding in our food, drinks, and even some supplements, silently sabotaging our health. These chemicals were long touted as healthy diet solutions. You can find them in nearly all low-calorie foods, and in pink, blue or Continue reading