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All About Probiotics

Probiotics are an important part of a supplement regimen and a healthy lifestyle, but just how important are they? They have shown potential in easing the symptoms of conditions like IBS, acid reflux, constipation, and even anxiety and depression. Taking a daily probiotic is one of the best things you can do to help promote…

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Signs Your Liver Might Be Toxic

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The average person can be exposed to hundred or thousands of different chemicals each day though our air, water, food, cleaning products, make up, lotion, medications, etc. The liver is largely responsible for filtering through most of these chemicals, as well as the other many bodily processes the liver plays a role in. Having to…

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How Physical Health Affects Emotions

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Over the last several weeks, many people have had to stay inside their homes for long periods of time. This has led to some people feeling isolated and depressed, and some have started to drink more alcohol and make poorer food choices in an attempt to deal with the stress and loneliness. While you may…

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Comfort Food Uncomfortable?

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For the past month, many people have been spending nearly all of their time inside the house. People have turned to many different hobbies to pass the time. One of the most common hobbies has been baking and cooking. This can be a great way to pass the time and learn some new skills in…

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Maintaining an Attitude of Gratitude

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In times like these, it can be easy to start stressing over things, especially things that you cannot control, but stressing doesn’t benefit you mentally or physically. Maintaining an attitude of gratitude by focusing on the positive, being productive, and doing at least one thing each day that brings you joy can help make things…

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Staying Strong Through the Storm

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With fear and anxiety heightened due to current world events, many people are spending each day worrying about many different things, often things that are out of their control. This worry and stress takes a toll on both mental and physical health, and doesn’t do any good. In this week’s episode we’ll talk about staying…

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Escaping Fear and Finding Joy

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With so much fear affecting people around the world right now, and constant negative news and social media updates, it can be easy to be caught up in it and forget how to be positive and joyful. While you can’t choose your circumstances, you can choose how you react to them. Focusing on the things…

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When Feeling Bad Becomes Normal

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With the almost half of the people in the United States living with at least one chronic health condition, many people have accepted that the way they feel is normal. Feeling tired, depressed, irritable, or having brain fog, insomnia or trouble focusing shouldn’t be normal. While chronic health conditions can be difficult to treat, there…

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What to Know About Alzheimer’s and Dementia

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Azheimer’s disease and dementia are conditions that more commonly affect people over age 65, but can occur earlier in life in the form of early-onset Alzheimer’s disease or early-onset dementia. The severity of these conditions can vary from person to person, and may worsen as they get older. These conditions are relatively common, and a…

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Hope for Alzheimer’s and Dementia

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Azheimer’s disease and dementia are conditions that more commonly affect people over age 65, but can occur earlier in life. The severity of these conditions can vary from person to person, and may worsen as they get older. We regularly receive questions about ways to support brain health and potentially decrease the risk of developing…

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