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  • 01/07/19

    It’s the New Year and resolutions are a great way to declare a goal(s) so you can make changes to your lifestyle. Health is usually a top priority for a lot of people.  Some simple tips to help you get started are: ·         Take a scan of your health to see what changes need to be […]

  • 12/06/18

    Have you heard your friends, family members, co-workers, or favorite blogs talking about the new fad – the Keto Diet? So what is it? The ketogenic diet is a diet that, by way of macronutrient balance (high fat, moderate protein, and very low carbohydrate in comparison to the Standard American Diet) induces the body to […]

  • 11/30/18

    Foods for Healthy Skin, Nails and Hair! Eating the right foods can help you feel good and look good too! This is our list of the top foods to add in your diet to support healthy and glowing skin, hair, and nails! Avocado Mushrooms Leafy Greens Cauliflower Wild caught fish Egg yolks Supplements – Biotin […]

  • 10/10/18

    5 ways to motivate you to change your lifestyle! 1.  Determine Why      Clearly define all your reasons why and goals      -Lose weight, have more energy,      -Preventing cardiovascular disease, diabetes 2.  Set Goals      Write and post goals for the week.  Making them visible. Set reminders on phone.   […]

  • 08/20/18

    Probiotics are the live bacteria and yeasts that live in your body and keep your gut healthy. These friendly bacteria patrol your intestines and keep your digestive system running smoothly by helping digest food, destroying harmful pathogens and producing vitamins. The GI tract is a finely balanced environment where roughly 500 different strains of bacteria compete for […]

  • 08/17/18

    Vitamin D is called the sunshine vitamin because our bodies produce it in response to sunlight. Vitamin D insufficiency affects almost 50% of the population worldwide. Vitamin D builds and maintains strong bones; aids with calcium absorption; helps prevent osteoporosis; and helps regulate cells responsible for autoimmune functions. Adequate amounts are linked to improved heart […]