Health, Healing & Wellness

The Best Antioxidants For You And Your Skin

  By Janet Thompson  If you’re like most people you want smooth healthy skin, but maybe you don’t want to wade through hundreds of chemically laden products to get it. That’s where antioxidants can help. Incorporating the right antioxidants into your diet and skin care routine can have a positive …

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Healthy Eating – Orange You Ready for Fall?

By Betsy Bruns As a classic, October-born Libra, I love the fall by design. After all the summer fun and UV rays, cooler temperatures, brilliant colors, falling leaves and warming fires are welcome—as are pumpkins, root vegetables and sweet treats. Orange you ready for fall? It was not until I …

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5 Ways a Plant-Based Diet Can Improve your Life

By Meghan De Jong, RHN – You don’t have to look too deep into the health industry to realize there is a whole lot of buzz surrounding the topic of plant-based diets these days. In fact, according to research by Global Data (2017) there has been a 600% increase in …

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Healthy Eating – Don’t Labor Over Your Food Healthful Labor Day Recipes

  By Betsy Bruns Labor Day has been a bittersweet holiday for most of my life. Sweet because we were usually having a barbeque, attending one, or off on a road trip. Bitter because it signaled the end of summer fun. What is Labor Day and why do we celebrate …

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Healthy Eating – Fruit: How Sweet It Is

  By Betsy Bruns The evolution of the sweet tooth is thought to be centered around the idea that, over generations, we have linked a sweet taste with high-energy foods, which would have helped our ancestors survive. Sourcing foods with high energy density meant less time foraging for food. It’s …

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Healthy Eating – Could Food Scarcities Lead to Health Abundance?

By Betsy Bruns To what degree will food shortages plague us in 2022? So far, I’ve not had any problems finding staples and am holding a vision of plenty of good food and health abundance in the coming year. Quinoa, beans, lentils, rice, oats, nutritional yeast, condiments, and spices have …

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 Organic Gardening – Garden Keepers

  By Sue Odland  As summer temperatures rise, bountiful gardens bloom, and garden pests do too. Keep your garden safe from chemicals this season by using the wisdom of Mother Nature to provide effective, natural pest control. Using a combination of the following strategies will provide your plants with well-rounded protection …

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Healthy Eating – Refreshing Easter Traditions

  By Betsy Bruns Refreshing Easter Traditions Easter gatherings in our family always included two things: ham and chicken liver pâté. It was tradition. Special care was taken to secure these delicacies in advance.  The Easter ham was ordered well before the holiday and the chicken liver was bought early, …

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