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Holistic Approach to Managing Migraines

A Holistic Approach to Migraines

Have you ever had a migraine so bad that simply opening your mouth to eat or speak caused a severe throbbing or pulsing pain in your head? The pain can be so bad that you have to lie in bed for hours, days even, not able to do much of anything. It can be debilitating, to … Continue Reading →

Hidden Veggie Recipes for Picky Eaters

We all know that eating vegetables is important. Unfortunately, knowing is only half the battle. And when it comes to your kids who are picky eaters, the more difficult half is getting them to eat enough of it to help them get the right amount of nutrients necessary to strengthen their bodies and sharpen their … Continue Reading →

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New Shaklee Collagen-9 Review

You’ve probably heard a lot about collagen lately.  If you haven’t tried it yet, it can be hard to know if what’s trendy is truly for you. Collagen is the most abundant, naturally occurring protein found in our body, it makes up about a third of all the protein in our body.  But while collagen occurs … Continue Reading →

What Every Prenatal Supplement Should Have

What Every Prenatal Supplement Should Have

The fetal mortality rate in the U.S. has dropped significantly from 19.2 per 1,000 births in 1950 to 5.8 per 1,000 births in 2017. This positive development is primarily due to a better understanding of the unique nutritional needs of women during pregnancy. Experts from the American College of Physicians and Gynecologists to the Mayo Clinic, … Continue Reading →

Save Money While Going Green

How to Save Money While Going Green

We’ve seen many lifestyle trends come and go, but it’s safe to say that being more mindful of the way we affect the environment in our daily lives won’t be going out of style soon. Caring for our planet bears just as much weight as caring for our own health, which is why more and … Continue Reading →

Benefits of Low Glycemic Index Foods

Did you know that according to the large-scale Nurses’ Health Study, women eating the highest glycemic load diets were much more likely on average to develop type 2 diabetes compared to women of the same age with the lowest glycemic load diets? The Rise of Type 2 Diabetes Type 2 diabetes is a progressive condition in … Continue Reading →

Meology Personalized Nutrition

Meology. The Era of Personalized Nutrition is Here!

Supplementation has been around for a long time as a solution to fill nutrition gaps. Figuring out your nutritional needs has, until recently, been fairly generic and based upon population data. Most multivitamins on the market tailor their formulations to particular groups, such as men, women, kids, people ages 50+, etc. While this delivers nutrition … Continue Reading →