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Why a Good Night’s Sleep is Important and How to Get There

Here’s an unfortunate irony: We all need a good night of sleep more than ever to effectively cope with the challenges of these often-stressful times. However, research shows that an increasing number of people are experiencing sleep disturbances since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Even in pre-pandemic times, the importance of sleep in maintaining our mental and physical health is often overlooked, and as much as 43% of the population say they don’t get enough sleep.

How Your Gut Health Affects Your Mental Health

How Your Gut Health Affects Your Mental Health - Many people remain unaware of new, exciting research on the connection between gut health and mental health. The connection between your digestive system and your brain can have a profound influence on your mental health, thanks to the complex communication network...

Rev Up Your Metabolism - Top 10 Tips

If weight loss and a healthier lifestyle are at the top of your list of New Year’s resolutions, you’re not alone. Many people start out the new year vowing to drop some pounds – but not all succeed. This may be due to an under functioning metabolism - the rate...

How to Stay Happy, Healthy and Stress-Free This Holiday Season

‘Tis the season for joy, togetherness, and celebration - but also stress. Despite the festive, happy images we are bombarded with in the media, many people find the holidays a difficult time. Financial pressures, loneliness, shorter and darker days are just some of the factors that contribute to a rise...

Your Liver is Vital to Your Health: Here’s How to Support It

Your liver is the largest organ in your body, and it plays a vital role in your overall health. Many people assume liver problems only develop in people with alcohol dependencies, but the incidence of liver problems like nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is rising rapidly, particularly among younger people....

Dealing With Mold: Natural Solutions for You and Your Home

Many people assume they are safe from mold if they follow the basic rules of cleanliness, but the truth is that mold is more pervasive than most of us realize. In fact, many troubling symptoms can be traced back to hidden sources of mold. The good news is that many...

Start Now to Maintain Brain Health As You Age

We tend not to think very much about our brain when we’re young. That might be a bit of a philosophical conundrum (can a brain think about itself?), but it also can carry unfortunate repercussions down the road. It’s important to build a strong foundation of brain health for better...

Food Additives: Look Beyond the Label

Think about any item in your kitchen pantry, flip over to the ingredients list and odds are...you’re going to find some kind of food additive!  Food additives are typically added to enhance the flavor, appearance or texture of a product, or to extend its shelf life. Although generally tested for...

Don’t Settle for Standard Thyroid Tests that Don’t Tell the Whole Story

Your thyroid is a small organ with a huge impact on all aspects of your health. Thyroid hormone impacts every cell in your body, so even a small disturbance in thyroid hormone levels affects your digestive tract, brain, heart, metabolism, glucose and cholesterol levels, and much more.

Why It’s More Important than Ever to Support Your Immune System

We have weathered some serious concerns about our health and how to protect ourselves from viruses like Covid-19 over the last year and a half. We know the fight is not over and that having a strong and healthy immune system is your first defense in preventing invaders from taking...

These 10 Common Symptoms May Mean Your Hormones Are Out of Balance

Hormones affect every aspect of your wellbeing, from your appetite to your zest for life. Despite their large impact on overall health, hormonal imbalances can be frustratingly difficult to recognize. That’s partly because our hormones must maintain a delicate balance and even a slight shift can have negative repercussions.