Dry Brushing – Health Boosting and Easy

Would you be interested in a daily wellness boost without hassle, expense or stress? Dry brushing is a simple 5-minute activity done in the mornings just before showering that has multiple health benefits. Cleanses the lymphatic system Stimulates circulation Removes dead skin Tones the muscles Improves the function of the nervous system Strengthens the immune…

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How Hydration Promotes Health

Are you likely to reach for a cup of coffee when you’re feeling sluggish? New research from Georgia Tech reveals that the loss of energy may be due to dehydration which even impairs our ability to perform routine tasks well. Supplying our bodies and brains with enough fresh water is key to maintaining a healthy…

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Salmon – Versatile, Healthy & Fabulous

Salmon is such a healthy food, full of protein, rich in omega 3s, vitamin B, potassium, wonderful flavor and good fats. It’s also easy to prepare and so versatile for entertaining. Try this easy-to-prepare recipe below and know that you’ve made a good choice! BAKED SALMON WITH DILL SAUCE  Ingredients 1 1/2 lb wild caught…

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Delicious Cancer-fighting Foods

When it comes to fighting cancer, as well preventing disease, these delicious foods and beverages need to be on the top of everyone’s list. Because they taste so good, finding creative ways to make them part of our daily diets should be easy! BLUEBERRIES AND BLACKBERRIES Contain antioxidants, protect the nervous system, improve memory, high…

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Study Confirms Choices That Help Cancer Healing

Cancer patients who undergo conventional treatment do not usually get lifestyle and nutritional advice from their oncologists that can aid with their healing and help them beat the odds of a cancer recurrence later on. The reason for this lack of instruction is because many doctors report only getting one class on nutrition during all…

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How to Grow Cancer-busting Broccoli Sprouts

Integrative medical experts will recommend to their cancer patients eating 3-5 servings a week of cruciferous vegetables such broccoli, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, kale, cabbage, and bock choy. These super veggies are not just rich in nutrients but also possess health promoting compounds called phytochemicals, glucosinolates and antioxidants, as well as vitamins, minerals, and good fiber….

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Healing Our Hearts from Loss

When we suffer the loss of a loved one despite our fervent prayers for their healing, a devastating sense of disappointment and distrust in God’s goodness can grip our hearts. This compounds the already overwhelming pain that we feel. In his superb book “The Essential Guide to Healing” author and pastor Bill Johnson offers four…

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Delicious Almond Dip and Butter

Healthy, nutritious fats are essential for optimum brain function, good skin, hair, bones, weight loss and more. Almonds are not only a delicious source of unsaturated fatty acids, but also high in vitamins B2 and E, calcium, iron, magnesium, and phosphorus. They’re also rich in fiber that aids in good digestion and helps lower cholesterol. Here are…

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Healthy, Conventionally Grown Fruits & Veggies

Buying organic produce is certainly the safest way to protect ourselves from unwanted exposure to damaging pesticides, fungicides and other toxins. However, Dr. Mark Hyman, Director of Cleveland’s Clinic for Functional Medicine says there are some conventionally grown fruits and veggies that are safe to consume. This is good news and here is a quick and…

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