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February 15, 2017

Metagenics Adreset Review

I've decided to do a quick review on Metagenics' Adreset, which has quickly become one of our more popular products flying off the shelf. Metagenics claims that Adreset can help build resilience and enhance stamina in efforts to protect individuals from feeling weak and fatigued when stressed.

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January 19, 2017

Apricot Seeds: Everything You Need To Know

Apricot seeds or apricot kernels are considered by many to be a hot topic, particularly surrounding their health benefits and whether or not they are dangerous to consume. This article will examine amygdalin in the apricot seed, as well as Laetrile's history with curing cancer and the US regulations placed on it.

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December 07, 2016

10 Ways To Prevent A Cold Or Flu This Winter

I have learned to take action to protect myself from colds and flus. If I do end up getting infected with something, I have my proven strategies to shorten the time and the severity of my symptoms.  

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November 10, 2016

Advice For The Diabetic: Easy Solutions

Advice for the Diabetic: Easy Solutions

For anyone seeking out advice and tips for managing or controlling your diabetes, I've got over a decade's worth of experience managing my own pre-diabetes as well as helping countless clients with their own diabetic struggles. In this article I'm going to tell you exactly what I would tell my diabetic full-time clients.

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November 03, 2016

Low Sugar Holiday Treats

The holidays are synonymous with way too much junk food and SUGAR! Here are a few of my tried and true recipes that allow me to celebrate without getting doped up on sugar.

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October 19, 2016

Stress & Cortisol Management


Do you wear the badge of busyness? If so, please take it off! The badge or Busyness should really be labeled "The Badge of Horror." If you could actually see the tissue and cellular damage created by high levels of cortisol, you would be HORROR-fied.

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October 06, 2016

What Does Your Gut Have To Do With Depression?

Are you one of the 15 million Americans who suffer from depression? I know that I am one of them. I have suffered through varying degrees of depression since I was in 6th grade. For about 10% of the population (maybe more), feelings of hopelessness, sadness, and apathy are a regular part of the day. These types of emotions stay around so long that they become the new "normal" and happiness takes a backseat.

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