Healthy Living

A Simple Blueprint to Create Healthy Habits that Stick

June 13, 2013
A Simple Blueprint to Create Healthy Habits that Stick

This is a guest post written by Eli King. I always find June a time to re-assess my goals. We are half way through the year, so it’s a good time to look back at my new years resolutions and re-assess. How many have I accomplished? Do I still want to work towards the others? […]

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6 Secrets to Beautiful Skin

June 10, 2013
6 Secrets to Beautiful Skin

Beautiful skin is something that many people love and strive for, but for some getting the skin they desire is a hard goal to reach. Some people naturally have beautiful skin; thanks to mom and dad.  Most people do not have it like that and as a result they are looking for the best next […]

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How to Take Charge of Your Health

June 3, 2013
How to Take Charge of Your Health

Good health is something that everyone wants.  There are also those who don’t give health much thought until an illness rears its ugly head. I was one of those persons who had no clue that I could change things, by making healthy lifestyle changes, until I was faced with a health issue. That health issue […]

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Spring Detox Program for 30-Day Meal

May 3, 2013
Spring Detox Program for 30-Day Meal

This is a guest post written by Iryna Ostapets. According to the Harvard School of Public Health, obesity is a big factor to the deterioration of one’s health. It affects the respiratory, reproductive, memory and also the mood of a person. Obesity, which is a chronic disease can lead to illnesses that are life threatening and […]

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Shopping Green: How to Make Informed Choices

April 12, 2013
Shopping Green:  How to Make Informed Choices

Today our guest blogger is Stefanie Gomez. Your home is supposed to be your sanctuary. The place you live and breathe. The place you prepare your meals, relax, and rest. We can spend the entire day navigating our way through a world that is full of hazards and toxins that may harm our health, but […]

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Pulling the Blinds on Sleepy Misperceptions

April 10, 2013
Pulling the Blinds on Sleepy Misperceptions

Today our guest blogger is +Elizabeth Lotts writer for Vitacost.com Sleep is an interesting paradox. Some people treasure their nightly eight hours, while others treat it like a guilty pleasure, enjoyed only in small “dozes.” As sleep deprivation becomes the norm, it’s rationalized by notions like, “I’ll sleep in tomorrow to catch up.” It’s time to […]

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Things you should know about Anxiety and Depression

April 3, 2013
Things you should know about Anxiety and Depression

Today our guest blogger is Salomon Ptasevich. Anxiety and depression are two complex emotional disorders, which also involve thinking and behavior problems. Though different, they have some similarities that can cause confusion when trying to distinguish. We turn first to see that they are different, then see their commonalities and ending with a brief reflection […]

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