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5 Principles to Liver Health

Are you ever amazed that you’re still functioning after years of exposure to bad diets, environmental toxins, medications, and chemicals on your skin?The praise should be directed to your liver. The liver is the second largest organ in the body. And for good reason, too. It does so much in terms of regulating and maintaining many live-sustaining tasks, including metabolic and hormonal [...]

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Taking 10 to Find Your Zen

Leading a hectic, fast-paced lifestyle isn’t always a choice; too often we’re forced to keep trucking along, no matter how much we may need a break.Americans are taking fewer and shorter vacations, and working longer and harder, just to keep their heads above water. Stress and lack of sleep can easily compromise health over time. Taking just ten or fifteen [...]

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What Can Save You from Food Poisoning in 3 Minutes Flat?

Has this happened to you?You’re at a friend's backyard enjoying a summer day with friends. You've just finished a grilled burger topped with your favorite sauce and now you’re ready to go play a quick game of volleyball. With no plans to hit the gym, you figure why not? Before [...]

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Taste the Rainbow: The Benefits of Colorful Eating

How many colors did you eat today? And artificial colors don’t count! In terms of real, minimally processed foods, what was the color palette of your food intake? If you eat monochromatically or you don’t eat naturally vibrant colored foods, you are missing out on some great health benefits.What does the color of food have to do with nutrition? [...]

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Take Your Workout Outdoors

Staying in shape is one of our best insurance policies against illness. All too often, however, gym memberships are the first thing sacrificed when money is tight.Others (like me) just hate the idea of a gym. All those machines remind me of hamster wheels, the air is stuffy and warm, and germs lurk about. But there are free alternatives [...]

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Don’t Let Skin Care Toxins Leave You High and Dry

If you’ve got finicky skin, the changing of the seasons can be a touchy subject. For some, it’s cold and dry conditions in the winter that have us itching for relief. For others, the summer heat is the nemesis that sucks the moisture right out of the skin. And then there’s those with dry skin all year long regardless of the season. No matter what [...]

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Parasites - The Invisible Enemy

Let’s face it – many of us do not have a superhuman immune system that repels every known disease, condition and minor ailment. If you were to honestly assess your health right now from head to toe, inside and out, most of us would find something that doesn’t fit the definition of picture perfect health. You may not be feverish [...]

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Avoiding the Toxic Soup of Swimming Pools

If you like to escape the hot weather by hitting the swimming pool, you’ve got to read this!Have you thought about what all those harsh pool chemicals can do to your body? There is an alternative that is better for you and the environment.Natural pools, also called swimming ponds, contain crystal clear water without the use of harsh chemicals. [...]

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How to Get SPF Protection into Your Diet

With the arrival of sunny weather, it's time to think about sun protection - although it should be on your mind all year long. Wouldn’t it be nice to shorten your morning routine by applying one less product to your face and skin? Perhaps sunscreen? No? Wouldn’t leave the house without it? You’re partly right because commercial wisdom (or good sense) says [...]

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5 Toxins in Your Water to Eliminate Immediately

If you’re familiar with Dr. Hulda Clark’s protocols for health, you know how important water quality is. According to Dr. Clark and other health pioneers, clean water is imperative not only for drinking, but also for bathing . Remember, your skin is a porous organ that absorbs whatever substances are on it – including water and the contaminants lurking in it. A [...]

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