Health

Mighty Minerals [Checklist]

What We Need to Stay Healthy by Judith Fertig Minerals—inorganic chemical elements or compounds that cannot be produced by the body, but occur in nature—play a key role in helping us function at our best. According to the authors of Minerals – The Forgotten Nutrient: Your Secret Weapon for Getting and Staying Healthy, they are integral to our health. Joy ... Read More »

Natural Immune Boosters for Kids

How to Power Up Their Defenses by Marlaina Donato Strong immunity is a cornerstone of optimum health, and may be weakened or enhanced by what we eat and how we manage our emotions. Starting young in incorporating good ongoing habits can go a long way toward building a better immune response to whatever a person encounters. Kid-Friendly Foods Organic strawberries, ... Read More »

Dive into Swimming

10 Tips to Optimize Workouts by Jim Thornton Swimming may be the perfect lifelong sport; it’s a low-impact, joint-friendly, sustainable way for anyone to stay fit at any age. In taking the plunge—including after a prolonged hiatus—be wisely aware of some caveats. *Allow for relevant muscles to get into swim-shape. Endurance training increases their ability to use oxygen and nutrients ... Read More »

Walking the Indigo Path

by Dr. Isabel Sharkar, ND It’s one thing to treat symptoms—it’s another thing to have vibrant thriving health. From years of practice and thousands of clients treated, it is the experience at the Indigo Integrative Health Clinic that those who commit to getting well do so. The first step to healing and experiencing thriving vibrant health is commitment. As your ... Read More »

When Thyroid Hormones Fail Us – A Free Webinar

Even though many women are taking thyroid hormones and their lab tests state that they are “normal”, up to 90 percent continue to suffer from many of the symptoms. Dr. Serena Satcher is offering a free webinar to help break out of this cycle by discussing the root causes of hypothyroidism and natural ways to overcome it. The talk will ... Read More »

Learn to Deal with your Digestive Disorders

There is still space in the free, upcoming webinar on the how to deal with digestive disorders naturally. The human digestive system provides nutrition for every cell in our body and plays a critical role in our immune system. Yet, so many people suffer from a compromised digestive system, which results in an increase in chronic and degenerative diseases and ... Read More »

Exercise to Sleep By

Quell Insomnia and Nighttime Anxiety  by Marlaina Donato Insomnia plagues millions of Americans, and finding a solution can be difficult when the condition is chronic. Prolonged lack of quality sleep compromises health and sets the stage for depression, high blood pressure, obesity, inflammation, poor memory and even serious risk of heart attack. The good news is that natural alternatives, especially ... Read More »

Natural Approach to Dealing with Chronic Digestive Disorders

by Sushma Hirani, M.D. We are what we eat. Our digestive system provides nutrition for every cell in our body and plays a critical role in our immune system. A “sick” digestive system results in an increase in chronic and degenerative diseases and a steady decline of health and well-being. What Is Digestion? Digestion is the process by which food ... Read More »

Fast-Food Nation

by Allan Tomson, DC Picture the 1960s—the fast food industry with its assembly-line-style food preparation is ramping up and convenience is pushed on the consumer as the next best thing. Instant gratification is the gold standard. This sets the stage for what we now know as the “Standard American Diet.” It is highly processed and full of unhealthy fats and ... Read More »

What is Psycho-Bio-Acupressure?

Psycho-Bio-Acupressure (PBA) is a method that was developed by Dr. Pierre-Noël Delatte in the 1990s. The effective technique releases emotional blockages that can disrupt our lives by preventing us from being ourselves. It’s quick, easy and painless. A psycho-bio-acupressure session involves two steps. First, the practitioner will rebalance the patient’s energy by stimulating acupressure points in the form of circuits. ... Read More »