Mindfulness Made Simple

Many of us are under a lot of stress at work and sometimes at home and in our personal lives. Getting a handle on this stress is key and meditation is such a valuable tool in helping to reduce the impact stress can have on our body, mind, and spirit.  Stress can lead to chronic … Read more

Chronic Inflammation: The Smoldering Fire

Chronic inflammation can contribute to various health conditions, including cancer, heart disease, diabetes, anxiety, and depression. Discover the sources of inflammation and learn practical ways to prevent it through diet, exercise, stress management, and healthy habits. Find out how to avoid inflammatory foods, decrease toxic exposure, repair gut health, and incorporate mindfulness into your daily routine. Take control of your well-being and reduce the risk of chronic inflammation with these actionable tips.

Load up on Greens

Tired of the same old vegetables? Need to jazz up those weekly meals with more than just broccoli, lettuce, carrots, and cucumber?  Vegetables are so important for optimizing our physical and mental health.  People who eat a primarily plant-based diet have lower rates of cancer, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and other major diseases.  Patients … Read more

Unlocking Focus and Attention: The Power of OPCs

Struggling with attention deficits and feeling squirrely all the time? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. In this blog, learn about the remarkable benefits of OPCs (oligomeric proanthocyanidins), found in pine bark and other natural sources, which can enhance focus, decrease impulsivity, and improve task completion in individuals with ADHD. Explore the science behind OPCs and their potential to transform treatment approaches for memory issues, lack of concentration, and poor focus.

What is NAC and What’s the Hype About?

NAC (N-acetylcysteine) is a derivative of the amino acid cysteine, which are the building blocks of proteins. When proteins are broken down, amino acids are left. NAC is known for its ability to support the health of the liver, lungs, circulation, immune system, and more. It acts as an antioxidant by providing cysteine for glutathione … Read more

Thrive in 5!

Woman walking in nature and thriving

Five essential steps for cultivating a healthier lifestyle. It highlights the brain’s ability to shape defaults through repetition and encourages conscious behavior choices. The post emphasizes the need to regain control over our devices, connect with nature, reduce inflammation through mindful eating, and reevaluate our consumption habits. It concludes by emphasizing the importance of finding joy and value in life’s essentials rather than succumbing to consumerism.