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The All-In-One Hydration Cheat Sheet: Part Two

The All-In-One Hydration Cheat Sheet: Part Two Yesterday, we talked about how to spot the signs of dehydration and a variety of ways to properly hydrate. Today, it’s all about benefits. What are you getting from being hydrated? Short answer: a whole lot. Regular water consumption does so many positive things for your overall health and wellness that it’s almost too hard to count. Check it out!  Read More

On 2/28/2017

The All-In-One Hydration Cheat Sheet: Part One

The All-In-One Hydration Cheat Sheet: Part One It’s estimated that at least 75 percent of Americans suffer from chronic dehydration. Yes, 75 percent. That’s a whole lot of people, and the effects of dehydration on the body, especially over a long period of time, are no joke. Is your body getting the water it needs?  Read More

On 2/27/2017

Slow Down Your Life (and Don't Feel Guilty)

Stop Your Relaxation Guilt If your to-do list trails to the ground, you’re not alone. It seems that people are only getting busier—but why? We’ve had this incredible surge in technology to make life easier and decrease the amount of time spent on tasks—but no one really seems to be capitalizing on the free time it creates, they’re just filling the gaps with more things to get done.  Read More

On 1/19/2017

Just a Spoonful of Apple Cider Vinegar

Just a Spoonful of Apple Cider Vinegar Love the taste or hate it, apple cider vinegar has some pretty incredible health benefits. Made from fermented apples, research on this potent liquid has revealed promising results, including combating insulin and glucose spikes in type 2 diabetics, not to mention aiding weight loss. It can also soothe a sore throat and may relieve other symptoms of the flu, like nasal congestion and cough. Read on for some more reasons why you should add it to your health routine.  Read More

On 1/02/2017

If You Do Nothing Else, Get Strong

If You Do Nothing Else, Get Strong
Most of us know resistance training should be part of our exercise routine, but do we really know why? The fact is strength training is crucial to health and wellness and everyone can and should be doing it—not just athletes or bodybuilders. Increased muscle strength allows you to function at a higher level in all areas of your life. Check out the mighty big benefits of getting strong. Read More

On 4/13/2016

Boost Your Child's Immune System Naturally

Boost Your Child's Immune System Naturally
It’s that time of year… the kids are back to school, fall is around the corner, holidays are on the horizon and unfortunately…cold and flu season is approaching. Getting sick is never fun, no matter what age, but there are some natural ways to fight illness and keep your child’s immune system strong. Read More

On 9/02/2015

Superfoods for Men

Superfoods for Men
In the past few years, lists of must-have superfoods have been popping up all over the health and wellness world—and for good reason. Each year, experts learn more about the specific benefits a variety of foods offer the body. Supplementing your weekly menu with these powerhouses helps take your health to the next level! Read More

On 6/08/2015

Back-Friendly Tips for Yard Work

Back-Friendly Tips for Yard Work
You may love it, hate it or feel impartial to it, but yard work is a part of most adults’ lives. Whether you’re just maintaining a yard or are an enthusiast with complex gardens, raised beds and a filtration system, it’s important to take the proper precautions for avoiding muscle strain. According to the National Safety Council’s 2011 Injury Facts report, over four million Americans suffered an injury working around their home or yard in 2008. Read More

On 5/18/2015