Category Archives: Stress Management

5 Signs You May Have Hidden Food Sensitivities

Food sensitivities are a hot and controversial topic these days. Conventional medicine barely recognizes the idea that food sensitivities exist and may play a role in chronic health conditions. While gluten sensitivity is now recognized as a real health condition, there are still many health care professionals that don’t believe food plays a role in many […]

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Addicted to Technology? It’s Time to Detox.

Do you feel like you spend way too much time hooked in to technology? Have you ever hopped on the computer to check your e-mail and before you know it you’ve spent 2 hours perusing Pinterest and getting sidetracked on Facebook? You come away from the computer in an electronic fog, you feel groggy and realize […]

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10 Simple Things You Can Do Today That Will Make You Happier

There are scientifically proven ways to boost your happiness, such as exercising, sleeping well and helping others. A shorter commute to work is also strongly linked to happiness, as is spending time with friends and family. Getting outdoors, planning a vacation and showing gratitude are other ways to easily live a happier life.

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5 Ways to Nurture Yourself and Cultivate Health

Most of us probably know by now how important it is to eat a clean diet of real, whole foods, avoid processed and refined foods, and keep our sugar intake to a minimum. What we eat is our first defense against illness and the very first place we must start in order to improve our […]

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Let’s Get Personal: Does Anyone REALLY Get It?

Image courtesy of and Adrianoham Welcome to this month’s health journey update! I’m not going to lie — this post was hard to write, for many reasons. The last month and a half have been a real struggle for me. It is really hard for me to talk about this stuff in public, but […]

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