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February 2016

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Magnesium in the Red?

February 25, 2016

We’ve got two simple ways to up your Magnesium intake every day Magnesium is meant to be the fourth most abundant mineral element in the human body, yet many Americans’ diets do not consistently provide enough. Affecting more than 300 bodily enzymes, it helps with everything from energy production to the regulation of body functions. When levels dip into the red, it’s certainly worthy of some attention. What are some clues of a possible deficiency? loss of appetite nausea, vomiting…

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Yeast: The Good, the Bad, & Keeping it All in Balance

February 18, 2016

The truth about yeast and Candida imbalance Do you remember your first? We’re talking about the first time you felt the vaginal itching, burning, and discomfort caused by an overgrowth of Candida yeast. You might have felt embarrassed, worried, irritated (physically and emotionally), or all of the above (and more). Candida is a naturally occurring yeast, and always present in small amounts. Unfortunately, when life happens and things get out of balance, that’s when it can sometimes rise to uncomfortable levels.…

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Recipes

Strawberry Beet Smoothie Recipe

February 14, 2016
Strawberry Beet Smoothie Recipe

Make your loved one’s heart beet this Valentine’s Day! This Strawberry Beet Smoothie recipe is equal parts delicious and nutritious! Smoothies are a great way to incorporate omegas into your diet. Print Strawberry Beet Smoothie Recipe Ingredients Makes about 2 cups or 16 oz. (1-2 servings) • 10-12 frozen strawberries • 1 small or medium raw red beet (or Red Beet Crystals ) • 2 tbsp. Udo’s Choice 3•6•9 Oil Blend • A handful of goji berries (optional) • ½…

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Valentine’s Day – Love the One You Are

February 12, 2016

This Valentine’s Day, show yourself some love Others in your life may spoil you, and you may spend a reasonable amount of time happily reciprocating, but it’s sometimes easy to let self-care, a crucial element of wellness, fall by the wayside. Don’t let this be the case this Valentine’s Day! Thankfully, when it comes to self-care, a little goes a long way. Start small—consider starting a new morning self-care routine, focusing on your physical, emotional, and mental health. Something as…

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Heart Health – Heart Over Matter

February 4, 2016

It’s time to start thinking with our hearts When it comes to the way we think, we often focus on our heads. The problem is, our minds are shaped by our experiences and can sometimes be colored by hard-to-unlearn routines and bad habits, some of which can have deadly consequences. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women, causing one in every fourth deaths in the United States each year, yet many of the things…

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