I'm Sick. What Can I Do (Naturally)?

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I'm Sick. What Can I Do (Naturally)?
Getting a common cold doesn’t have to be so… common. There are things you can do naturally to make getting sick less likely. But, if you do happen to get sick, there are things you can also do to help support your body to fight it off.
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What Will It Take For You To Start?
What will it take for you to start? Interesting question isn’t it? It is a bit of a challenging one too… What will it take for me to start? How do YOU know that I need to start anything? I like it the way things are! I am comfortable. Leave me alone!
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What to Eat for Healthy Skin

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What to Eat for Healthy Skin
There are so many things that can go wrong with the skin: dryness, redness, blemishes, etc. Healthy skin is a reflection of internal health. There are many creams and cosmetics to put on top of your skin. But, there are also lots of things you can do to nurture and nourish your skin to better health from the inside.
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Green Tea vs. Black Tea

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Green Tea vs. Black Tea
Tea is said to be the most popular beverage in the world. It’s been consumed for thousands of years by millions, perhaps billions, of people. Tea has also been shown to have many health benefits. And some of these benefits are thought to be related to tea’s antioxidant properties. These properties are from its flavonoids known as “catechins.” Flavonoids are anti-inflammatory and have a range of health benefits that I talk about in this post.
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The True Health Benefits of Exercise
Exercise. It can improve your health on all levels. We’re not just talking about being fitter and stronger. We’re talking about overall health and longevity. Regular exercise improves your heart health, brain health, muscle and bone health, diabetes, and arthritis. Beyond those, it also reduces stress, boosts moods, increases your energy, and can improve your sleep. And exercise prevents death from any cause (“all cause mortality”).
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Quality-A Word To Live By

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Quality-A Word To Live By
Having turned 40 last year, I have really sat down and tried to figure out what I want for the rest of my life. I heard from many people that when you hit the big 4-0- this happens, but I didn’t really believe it… Until I hit 40. I can only speak from personal experience, but turning 40 was a big life changer for me. For whatever reason, this age started to spark a few bells in me. Warning bells that is.
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Your Weight Loss Journey Begins With A Plan Right? Nope! Here’s What To Start With
In the beginning of my weight loss journey, honestly, everything made me hungry! ;) That was simply because we (as a society) have been conditioned to view weight loss as an activity of deprivation. I was no exception to this rule. This view can activate many different 'shadow' emotions from within. What do I mean by this? Have you been feeling terribly overwhelmed but have no way of taking the time out for yourself to rest and regroup? This feeling needs to come out somewhere, and ...
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Can't Meditate? Here are 9 Other Ways to Break Free From Stress
I know! Meditation is the secret sauce to take your wellness up to the status of the elite gurus. It’s the “be all, end all” for the health of your entire mind-body-spirit. It’s the absolute must-do that is the only path to beating the infamous health-buster called “stress.” Don't get me wrong; practicing meditation is an excellent approach to optimizing your health and overall well-being. Meditation is great for relieving and dealing with stress, and all of the issues that come alo...
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How Do I Know if I Have a Leaky Gut?
"Leaky gut" is a popular topic in the health and wellness spheres these days. It's been blamed for many symptoms and conditions that seem to be all-too-common. Allergies, intolerances, joint pain, even autoimmune diseases can all be linked back to leaky gut. But what exactly is leaky gut? What causes it? What kinds of issues are related to it? And most of all, what can you eat for leaky gut?
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Need Help Going Dairy-free? Here are 6 Great Substitutes
If you're reading this, you likely are or are considering going dairy-free. You may have an intolerance, have been told to eliminate dairy, or just want to have less of it. If you do eat dairy, I suggest to eat the organic versions. Either way, dairy is not an essential nutrient, and there are lots of things you can have instead. These include not just milk, but also yogurt, butter, parmesan, and even pudding and ice cream!
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