Displaying items by tag: July 2020

GUT TALK GUT TALK
Tips for a Healthy Microbiome

An ever-growing body of research from the Human Microbiome Project shows how microbes living in and on our bodies...

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Greener Green Grass Greener Green Grass
Why Organic Lawns Make Eco-Sense

With its dependence on synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, America’s 63,000 square miles of lawns rely on fossil fuels, put pressure on water supplies and devastate...

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BALANCING ACT BALANCING ACT
Exercises for Strength and Stability

Good balance is something we may take for granted until an unexpected fall brings our attention to a brewing problem. Slower reflexes, unconditioned muscles and changes in eyesight can all compromise balance. Statistics show...

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OUTDOOR FEASTS OUTDOOR FEASTS
Inspired Picnics and Healthy Grills

Nothing defines the summer season quite like firing up the grill or escaping with a picnic basket to a favorite hideaway. From luscious fruits to gorgeous greens, enjoying a meal outdoors inspires us to eat what is in season and invites us to sip the moment. Most of all, it gives us...

STEPHEN DINAN STEPHEN DINAN
ON A SACRED VISION FOR AMERICA

Stephen Dinan, founder and CEO of The Shift Network, is committed to creating a healthy, sustainable, peaceful and prosperous world, as are the 200,000 members of his worldwide...

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CALMING KIDS CALMING KIDS
Ways to Turn Anxiety Around

It is difficult for children to make sense of what’s happening in response to COVID-19 as schools close, sports and extracurricular activities stop and many people wear masks. Before these unsettling circumstances took place, one in eight children...

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CULTIVATING CONTENTMENT CULTIVATING CONTENTMENT
The Spiritual Discipline of Evoking Joy

Our four-legged friends—from pampered pooch to stray cat—have the inborn ability to seize the moment. No matter what chaotic circumstances may swirl around them, they have a knee-jerk response to...

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Earth-Friendly Pets Earth-Friendly Pets
Our Animals Can Go Green, Too

Although cats and dogs don’t require much more than food, a cozy napping spot and human attention, U.S. pet owners spent $95.7 billion last year on their furry companions, according to the 2019...

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Vitamin D for dental health - Natural Awakenings HealthBriefThe Sunshine Vitamin Defends the Mouth and Body
 In any situation where there is an infectious process, including dental disease, the host defense depends on numerous factors, including genetics, current state of...

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Gut Health - Natural Awakenings HealthBriefby Keri Topouzian, D.O.
 Aging, bodily illness and digestive system disease can interfere with nutrient absorption. Supplements such as the following, available...

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