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The One Where I Tell You A Story About Illness….

By | April 16, 2014

Image by TheGiantVermin I have a story to tell you.   You decide what to make of it.  It’s only a story, my personal experience.  I’ll share my own thoughts and conclusions about it, but feel free to reject them and come to your own.  This is purely anecdotal, and not scientific in any way.  Read More

Monday Health & Wellness: Why I Use Herbal Remedies

By | February 17, 2014

Watch TV these days, and you’ll see someone making fun of herbal remedies. “Oh, are you one of those people who likes natural remedies?  What about homeopathy?  That’s like magic water, or voodoo.” Our culture isn’t exactly pro-natural-remedy.  And in fact, some go as far as to say that they don’t even work.  Or that they Read More

Monday Health & Wellness: 10 Ingredients to Watch Out For

By | January 27, 2014

  Source Reading the labels on foods these days is not a simple task.  Many times, there are foods that have some “good” (recognizable, real food) ingredients, and some “questionable” (what is that? is it okay?) ingredients.  While foods with only “good” or only “bad ingredients are usually a simple choice, foods with a mixed Read More

Monday Health & Wellness: Top 5 Anti-Inflammatory Foods (and Nutritional Consultations)

By | January 13, 2014

  This post is sponsored by Dr. Meghan Birt, DC, of Just Enjoy Food. Are you stuck in a place where your health is struggling, but you don’t know what to do?  You know that food can help, but you’re not sure what to eat?  (There are lots of conflicting messages out there!) There is Read More

Growing Up Unvaccinated: Scary Potential, or Healthy Reality?

By | January 10, 2014

Image by USACE European District There is a pro- vaccination article circulating the internet right now.  You may have seen it — most people have.  It was originally published at “Voices for Vaccines,” and later republished on Slate, Jezebel, and several smaller blogs.  The blogosphere is abuzz with this story.  It’s called “Growing Up Unvaccinated.” Read More

Monday Health & Wellness: Stay Healthier This Holiday Season

By | November 25, 2013

Everywhere you look, you see it: “Indulge this holiday season!  Buy it, eat it, wear it!” and you also see a lot of “…but not too much!  Keep those holiday pounds off!” Misses the mark, a bit, I think. We all deserve a little holiday indulgence.  We all deserve to relax a bit and celebrate. Read More

5 Ways to Make Your Beauty Routine Healthier (Plus 47 DIY Recipes!)

By | November 22, 2013

This post contains affiliate links, and is sponsored by Redeeming Beauty. We all want to look our best, right?  I know I do (although, sadly, I’m often too lazy…we’ll be working on that in January with our “31 Days to Better Health & Wellness Challenge.  Join our list for updates on that).  But the modern Read More

Monday Health & Wellness: “Anti-Everything” Pills

By | November 11, 2013

This post contains affiliate links. I really don’t know how you’d describe these pills, exactly.  They are a combination of three powerful herbs, which can fight just about any type of virus, bacteria, inflammation, pain, infection…you name it.  Hence, “anti-everything.” They contain turmeric, which is strongly anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, and all around awesome.  Also acerola berry Read More

Two Delicious Honey Recipes…and a Giveaway!

By | November 7, 2013

Image by Mohawk Trading Company {This post contains affiliate links} Honey — something I’ve always enjoyed.  It’s sweet and viscous and delicious in tea, on bread, and so much more.  As a kid I just had regular ol’ grocery store honey (and my husband, who had the same, claimed he did not like honey), but Read More

Monday Health & Wellness: Herbs for Beginners

By | October 28, 2013

This post contains affiliate links. I’ve posted a lot on herbs lately.  I remember when I first ran across herbal medicine, about three years ago, and I was in awe of people who created their own remedies and seemed to know what herbs did what, where to buy them, how to use them.  How did Read More

Monday Health & Wellness: Natural Ways to Prevent and Alleviate the Flu

By | October 21, 2013

Every Monday and I write about health and wellness.  I love the structure — something focused to start the week, but an open enough subject that I don’t get bored with it.  Except occasionally I get stuck and don’t know what topic to choose! I asked my fans on Facebook what they’d like to hear Read More

10 Herbs to Keep Your Family Healthy This Winter

By | October 18, 2013

This post is sponsored by Trilight Health. This winter, rather than relying on OTC medications if your family gets sick, consider using herbs.  We’ve made the transition ourselves over the last four years or so and have found we much prefer herbs.  They’re inexpensive, fairly easy to obtain, and have few to no side effects Read More

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