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The Sleep-Blood Sugar Connection

Herbs, minerals and dietary changes can help a person with low blood sugar tendencies to get a good night of zzzz's.

Check out the Nutritionism article in your February Willy Street Co-op Reader

The latest Willy Street Reader published an article on the pros and cons of applying reductionist science to the foods we eat.  The author makes ma...

Top 5 daily anti-aging tasks

When struggling with a health issue, living with a hectic schedule or a stressful situation, sometimes it is hard to see the forest for the trees w...

Do You Have Sugar Overload?

Every once in awhile, someone asks me to list the top foods to avoid to be well and stay well. "Sugar" is always part of my response. There is "sug...

Quick Paleo Snack Ideas

One of the keys to maintaining a healthy diet is feeding yourself throughout the day so that you don't develop conditions that leads to cravings an...

Here's a tip to avoid catching that virus...

While awareness of the value of Vitamin D has expanded greatly in recent years, it is important to note that this vitamin is critical for multiple ...

Need a Boost? Check out Glutathione

One of the big take-homes I learned from the Mastering Blood Chemistry seminar was how instrumental an antioxidant called glutathione can be in res...

Get Your Energy Back

Do you suffer from feelings of mental or physical exhaustion, or feel overwhelmed or anxious? Do you feel tired even after a full night's sleep? Do...

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Why You Should Eat Salt

While the prevailing health advisors caution us to cut back on salt intake, there is mounting evidence that sodium restriction actually causes more...

High gut bacterial diversity linked with lower levels abdominal fat

A recent study showed that bacteria identified in peoples' stool samples can be linked to body fat. The study, recently published in the journal Ge...

Chamomile: Tiny Flower, Big Effects

Chamomile is a common option among the tea box choices at the local supper club, on the coffee shop chalkboard, and in your aunt's cupboard, but on...