Foods That Help Back Pain

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Back pain is the most common muscle and joint condition that deprives many people of feeling and moving like their best.  As modern medicine is improving with precise surgical techniques and advanced diagnostic tools, back pain is still on the rise.  Digestion disorder is on the rise as society is relying on quick nutrient lacking food options, high-stress lifestyle, and jam-packed flavors … Read More

3 Anti-inflammatory Foods That Help You to Sleep

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foods that help you sleep

Here is this month’s food that we are highlighting a specific topic of sleep.  There are 3 foods that help you sleep better that you do not read about enough.  If you noticed, we specifically chose fruits as they get no love when it comes to having the anti-inflammatory conversation.  Fruits get a bad rap due to the high sugar content but do not let that fool you.

Essential Oil 101: Rosemary

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Many know that Rosemary is a culinary herb but unaware of its medicinal purposes like pain relief, cognitive boost, and for anti-aging skin care.  Rosemary, also known as Rosmarinus officinalis, has been dated all the way back to the Romans, Egyptians, and ancient Egyptian civilization.   There is a myth where the Virgin Mary is said to have spread her blue cloak over a … Read More

3 ReVITALizing Foods That No One is Talking About

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foods that help you sleep

Here is this month’s food that we are highlighting.  Our family eat these on a regular basis and as a father who is somewhat in charge of cooking, I put these three ingredients in a crock-pot.  Scroll below the 3 ingredients on why putting these three together can be a simple and powerfully healthy recipe. The nutritional benefit information provided … Read More

Essential Oil 101: Clove

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Did you know that our mouths can tell a lot about our internal health?  There have been research studies that linked our oral hygiene to coronary heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and cancers.  For example, mouth lesions may be the first signs of HIV infection, aphthous ulcers are occasionally a manifestation of Celiac or Crohn’s disease, and pale and bleeding gums … Read More