by Abby Czeskleba
These days, it’s difficult to turn on the television without hearing a story about the adverse effects of global warming. Of course, newspapers are no exception. We read new studies and findings about global warming all the time. Meteorologists even use global warming to explain strange seasonal weather patterns. While there’s more than [...]
by Arwen Rasmussen
I have always been a deep tissue massage kinda girl and I couldn’t really even tell you why. The first massage therapist I ever saw, Sarah, was a deep tissue therapist and so that is what I started with and that is what I have always gotten. And it makes sense, given the [...]
by Drew Seveland, co-owner of Infinitea Teahouse
People often come into our Teashop and ask for the healthiest tea we carry. Others come in with preconceptions about Green Tea, White Tea, Oolong Tea, whatever it may be, that it, and only it will cure them of their ailments and indulgences. While others arrive with a willingness [...]
by Dr. Lynn Thompson
We have now crossed the Winter Solstice (disambiguation) and the days are getting longer rather than shorter. This time of year at this latitude, we get very little sunshine and with the increased stress of holidays and bills, our health can suffer. In making your New Year’s resolutions, did you promise yourself [...]
by Dr. Linda Vognar
Do your food preferences change with the seasons? Are your comfort foods different in winter and summer? Seasonal appetite variations are an important way that we balance our energy to achieve comfort and health.
But how healthy would we be if all we ate was the same highly processed diet from weaning until [...]
by Michelle Monette Fahl
Well, it is that time of year again when everyone around us is getting excited and motivated to make BIG changes in their lives. They join gyms, start Weight-Watchers, get make-overs, vow to meditate every morning, or decide to put a profile on Match.com® in hopes of finding true love! They are ready to [...]
High virtue is at rest;
It knows no need to act.
Low virtue is a busyness
Pretending to accomplishment.
– Lao Tzu
by Kenton Whitman
This is the time of year when many of us make resolutions, vowing to lose that extra twenty pounds, stop smoking, or improve our marriage. Many of us create these goals with the best of [...]
by Arwen Rasmussen
My journey into parenthood began over a plate of rice and beans. I know that some women say that they feel like their journey began when they saw the pink stick, but pregnancy brought out a part of me I did not always care for, so I like to say my real journey [...]
1. Oatmeal Please!
Eating a breakfast high in whole grains can reduce your risk of heart troubles. Cholesterol lowering, high fiber whole grains are the key to the heart healthy Mediterranean diet. A study by the American Heart Association showed that of 10,496 adults who ate whole grains at breakfast 7 times a week were 28% [...]
by Dr. Jay LaGuardia
With eighteen years’ experience as a chiropractor and wellness coach, one of my core recommendations to all my patients is a daily supplementation with omega-3 fish oil for overall wellness. Recent research continues to prove that living congruently with your genetic requirements not only ensures the highest level of health and wellness, [...]