Biologically, men and women have some concrete differences. But those distinctions go beyond the obvious contrasts. It's important to recognize that our bodies function within subtle and not-so-subtle variations that…Read more
Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) foods -scientists combine genes from various plants, bacteria and animals into industrial crops in an attempt to improve various features. For example, a number of commercial…Read more
It's clear from the ever-growing body of research that toxins in our environments and bodies can impact numerous areas of health. Neurological, metabolic, cellular, cardiovascular health and more can all…Read more
Changing seasons and cold weather can take a toll on immunity, but there are natural and effective ways to help support against colds and flu. Check out our guide to utilizing some of nature’s best immune ingredients to help prime your system for the months ahead.
When engaging in a detox (aka cleanse), many people often feel worse at first. This is commonly known as a “detox crisis” and is believed to be an inevitable part of any detoxification program. But truthfully, it’s not.
Fall is right around the corner. Are you ready to take advantage of this seasonal transition? In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), fall is the best time of year to let go of physical, mental and emotional “baggage.” Just as trees lose their leaves and nature goes into hibernation, we can also let go of whatever is holding us back and enter the cool weather seasons with more clarity, energy and nourishment. It all starts with a gentle cleanse program. By taking steps to strengthen your digestion, immune system and overall health with simple detox methods, you can boost vitality in preparation for the cold winter months.
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While conventional medical and mental health establishments don’t generally recognize brain fog as a condition, it's actually a surprisingly common issue that affects people of all ages. Here are five simple ways to combat brain fog and stay sharp.
It’s clear from the ever-growing body of research that toxins in our environments and bodies can impact numerous areas of health. Neurological, metabolic, cellular, cardiovascular health and more can all be affected by exposure to toxins. But there are things we can do about it.
Kids love iPads and cell phones. They’re bright, easy to use, tactile and fun. But there’s a question that’s beginning to dawn as more research is being conducted: How safe are they - for kids and adults?
The long, hot days of summer can offer ample opportunities for outdoor adventure and heightened physical activity. Just make sure you’re supporting your health against the increased toxin exposure. Even lead poisoning had been dubbed, "the summer disease."
Stay healthy with these top travel tips, so you can enjoy your well-deserved vacation to the fullest!
We know there are a number of factors that contribute to the development of type 2 diabetes. A high sugar diet, lack of exercise and other lifestyle factors are often involved. Genetics can play a role as well. But there's another factor emerging as a possible culprit: environmental toxins.
We're beginning to understand why many people have a harder time dealing with toxin exposure. Their natural detoxification mechanisms may be slowed down due to what’s known as a “methylation defect.” Read more about how to optimize your natural detox capacity.