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Green Superfoods to Boost Your Mind’s Health

It’s well known that a balanced, healthy diet is the key to a healthy body. Now it’s time to eat for your brain. Scientific studies keep coming out regularly to show how processed foods and junk can adversely affect mental health. Many other studies are showing how eating the right nutrition can boost mental health,… Read more »

How to Lose Weight Despite a Hectic Schedule

Most of us lead very busy lives, which can make sticking to an eating and exercise plan a challenge. The busier we get, the more likely we are to sacrifice meal preparation time and give in to convenience food that is detrimental to our weight and health. It’s even tougher to eat well and drop… Read more »

Juicing Tips for Newbies

Any time is a good time for starting something new. Right now, the New Year is almost upon us and people everywhere will be making resolutions and changes. One area where people always want to change is in improving their health and wellbeing. And the good news is there is a simple way to make… Read more »

Storing Your Green Juices – Good or Bad Idea?

If you read our blog about juicing for busy people with hectic schedules, you know the time-saving benefits of buying your ingredients once a week and setting them into separate containers, ready when you need them. Another potential time-saving practice might be to do all your juicing at one time and storing it. It’s well… Read more »

Tips for Juicing on a Tight Time Schedule

For whatever reason, some people have bought into a misconception that juicing daily takes up precious time in their busy schedules. I don’t get it. Juicing is simple. It really boils down to wanting to do it and being prepared. You prepare for a meeting or an interview or business trip. Why not prepare for… Read more »

Five Tips for Juicing With Your Kids

We and our kids are bombarded with processed, sugary foods. Everywhere we turn, there’s junk – on TV, at parties, at school events, at restaurants, fundraisers, and so on. Add our busy schedules to that and we start to feel like healthy options are even more elusive and difficult. Then, with the onslaught of foods… Read more »

Four Not So Scary Halloween Snacks

Four Not So Scary Halloween Snacks The candy onslaught of Halloween is coming. But… there’s still a chance to pump some good nutrition into you and your family! Healthy Halloween snacks are possible and fun! Grab your green superfood supplement powder and your baking ingredients, because we’re gonna take the fear factor out of eating… Read more »

Three Tips on How to Eat More Veggies and Less Meat in Just a Month

Eating more vegetables is a no-brainer. We know they’re incredible for the health and functioning of the human body. Meat is good, also, but recently many people have wanted less of it. There are several personal reasons that include reducing heart risk, reducing acid reflux, the increasing price of meat, and so on. There are… Read more »

Six Power Foods That Are Good for Your Heart

According to statistics from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. Heart disease deaths outnumber cancer deaths now and occur far more often than all the other causes. It’s time for the epidemic to stop! The foods we consume here in America are… Read more »

How to Get the Most Out Of Water Therapy

Are you tired of the never-ending stream of “new” health crazes that promise the world but don’t deliver? So am I. If it sounds too good to be true, you know it can’t come close. Then there’s water therapy. It actually helps. A lot. Some may present it as new, but it has a tremendous… Read more »

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