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SIBO May Be The Cause of Your Gut Problems

Despite its name, the small intestine is actually a whopping 20 feet of very important business. Working alongside your stomach and large intestine, the small intestine has the important job of digesting food and absorbing nutrients to keep us in good health. As if that wasn’t significant enough, it’s our little intestinal friend is also

Sitting is the New Smoking

On average, how many hours a day do you spend sitting, uninterrupted? One hour? Two hours? Three…or more? Our ancient ancestors spent much of their time on the move, hunting and gathering to serve their basic needs. Obviously, the balance between movement and fuel has shifted dramatically over time, most notably since the technological revolution.

Dealing with Depression

  Have you ever suffered from depression? If so, you’re not alone. The World Health Organization estimates that 350 million people suffer from depression worldwide and that it is a leading cause of disability. Fifteen percent of adults will experience depression at least once in their lifetime. Depression knows no bounds. It can impact anyone

5 Ways to Rev Up Your Energy!

One of the best indicators that you’re having a great day is the feeling that your energy is high, steady, and that overall you feel good and can enjoy accomplishing the tasks at hand. Maybe it’s that you bounced out of bed that morning, or sang in the shower. It could be that you didn’t

Is Your Thyroid Healthy?

Did you know that a tiny, butterfly shaped gland nestled in your throat is responsible for producing and regulating one of the most important hormones in your body? This mighty gland is called the thyroid, and while it’s relatively small in size, it plays a large role in our endocrine (hormone) system. The thyroid gland

Everything You Need to Know About Eating Fat

Are you Eating the Right Fat? If you believe that eating fats and oils is a no-no, you might be in for a surprise. Fat is a vital component to a balanced diet and is a requirement in order for the body to function properly. But TOO much or the WRONG fats can be a

How to Know if You are Overloaded with Toxins

Your body is a miraculous thing. For all your body’s parts and abilities there are corresponding systems designed to monitor what they’re experiencing and then decide whether what is happening in your body is beneficial or detrimental. The key to health is for all your systems is to function well without interruption. Your body systems

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Craniosacral Therapy Explained

What is it? Craniosacral Therapy is a hands-on therapy that uses light pressure to manipulate the Dura Mater (the material that surrounds the brain and spinal cord) to enhance the production, circulation, and reabsorption of the fluid around your brain and spinal cord known as Cerebrospinal Fluid. As the production and reabsorption of the Cerebrospinal

A Quick Guide to Condiments

Avoiding processed foods is always best. But what about all of the delicious condiments that we’ve grown accustomed to using? What’s in them and are there any healthier options? Here’s a quick list of typical condiment replacements that are non-GMO, gluten free, and dairy free!   CONDIMENT: Soy Sauce This contains both gluten and genetically

Detox and Toxins in Your Body

Many people have heard about detox for means of health and how to cleanse your body but not many people realize just how important this is and what exactly it means. Semantically, everything is a toxin as too much or too little of almost any necessary nutrient has a “toxic” or potentially fatal effect. There

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