Tag Archive: wellness

Feb 28

Wellness Action Plans

ailing to plan = Planning to fail.  You want to be “healthy,” but do you have a plan?  Is your plan put together by a knowledgeable  professional who takes a wholistic view of your health and well-being?  Does their fitness or weight-loss program take into account the Spiritual and Emotional aspects of your life? 

As a Certified Health Coach, Medicine Woman, and Minister, Kania is uniquely qualified to create a personalized strategy that will set you up to #WINWELLNESS and hit your #WELLNESSGOALS! 

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Feb 27

Eating Fruit and Veggie Skins: What’s the A-peel?

The other night I was at dinner with friends. The main course: twice-baked potatoes. After emptying out my meal’s tasty innards, I moved onto the shell—the crispy, even tastier potato skin. No one else at the table thought that was a normal thing to do, however, and I continue my defense of the decision here. …

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Jan 31

Wellness Basics – Fertility Family Live!

If you’re wanting to start your family, but have concerns about age and/or fertility challenges, the Fertility Family is for you! Join us LIVE Wed 1/24/18 7p EST

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Jan 11

What are Bioflavonoids?

Are you still looking for reasons why you should adopt a whole foods diet—or even more motivation for increasing your daily servings of fruits and vegetables? Happily, the phytonutrients that create the bright colors of so many of our fruits and vegetables also offer amazing health benefits for the body. Let’s look at bioflavonoids and …

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Dec 29

Comparing 10 Nuts: The Guide to Nuts [Infographic]

Nuts are packed with protein, vitamins, minerals, fiber, and healthy fats. Unless you’re allergic, it’s tough to beat nuts for a nutritious snack. Just about every nut is good for you. But some are better than others. Almonds may help lower cholesterol. They are considered the most nutritionally-dense nut. Brazil Nuts are a good source …

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Dec 28

Silver Shield Supplements from Nature’s Sunshine

The benefits of silver as an antibacterial agent have been well documented: Ancient Phoenicians used silver vessels to keep their drinking liquids from spoiling. Pioneers kept milk drinkable for longer periods of time by putting silver coins in their jugs. WWI medics dressed battle wounds with silver leaf. As a natural antibiotic, silver still has …

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Dec 26

2 DIY Face Masks You Can Make Tonight

Instead of making yet another trip to the store to pick up a few face mask packets from the Health & Beauty aisle, start tonight’s R&R session in your own kitchen by choosing one of these 2 all natural, easy-to-batch DIY face masks. Cleansing and Beautifying Masks are a fantastic way to spot-treat areas of …

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Dec 26

Joint Care Practices to Start Now

Every year at least 600,000 knees are replaced in the U.S. and about 400,000 hips, but good joint care habits apply even to replacement joints, which more than 3 of every 100 Americans possess. That number amounts to about 7 million people living with replacement knees or hips as of a 2014 study. It’s never …

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Dec 22

What You Didn’t Know About Your Favorite Seasonal Spices

Name your favorite, coziest holiday treat or beverage and you can bet that one or more of these spices are the main feature. This festive time simply wouldn’t be the same without the scents and tastes of nutmeg, cinnamon, clove, ginger, or allspice. From gingerbread cookies to wassail, and pumpkin pie to mulled cider, the …

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Dec 22

Post Holiday Detox & New Year Reset!

Cleansing & Detoxification   I don’t know about you, but over the Holiday season I indulged (just a little bit).  I also have NO GUILT about it LOL.  I enjoyed my candy and other unhealthy holiday foods and treats in moderation.  Regardless, a change of season is ALWAYS a great time for a reset.  Over …

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