Archive for March, 2017

30 Day Service Challenge for Spring!

Because April is International Community Service Month, we wanted to offer a challenge that brings awareness to yourself, but also who you are as a member of a community—the ways that you connect with others, both in your immediate circle and beyond. The goal is a spring-cleaning of sorts, combined with a different way of

Boost Your Health with These 6 Alkaline Foods!

The Alkaline Diet has been in the news for quite some time and all for good reason. Your body is originally alkaline and it is important to maintain its PH levels. Viruses, bacteria and infections thrive in an acidic environment. This explains why an acidic body can cause severe immune related diseases, obesity and cancer.

A Deep Breathing Practice for Daily Life

There is one thing, at least, that is agreed upon by medical practitioners and healers from all different schools of thought: The importance of proper breathing in your mental, physical and emotional health. Most of us lucky enough to have a healthy pair of lungs tend to take breathing for granted. It’s something that happens

Spring Allergies? 6 Tips to Keep Them at Bay!

Spring comes and brings with it a season of change and growth. For some people, that includes symptoms like sneezing, sniffling and itching – Allergies. Allergies are an expression that your body is unbalanced! So instead of treating the symptoms with medication that usually create more imbalances in your body, it is important to rebuild

What is Kimchi and Why is it Good For You?

Fermented foods have been known traditionally to be a good way to optimize your gut’s health. More recently, there has been an awakening in understanding the central role that your gut plays in your physical, mental and emotional well-being. Kimchi is a fermented blend of cabbage, chili peppers, garlic, scallions and other spices often eaten

Palm Oil: The Hidden Ingredient with Huge Impact (And 4 Reasons to Delete It from Your Diet)

Palm oil originates in Western Africa, and is extracted from the palm fruit. In recent decades, production has flourished across tropical climates, predominantly in the developing world, with 85% being exported from Malaysia and Indonesia. It makes up more than 40% of vegetable oil production world wide, and is found in nearly half of all

Go on a Spring Cleaning Journey, from the Inside Out!

Spring is a natural time to get a fresh start and for clearing out accumulated clutter. We do this ritual for our houses, our bodies and our minds. With Spring around the corner, it is a good idea to start the cleaning journey! Eat More Raw Food Replace your winter vegetables with some seasonal local

A Checklist for Deep Self-Care (And Why You Need It)

In a culture that prizes itself on the ability to multi-task and push to the limit, self-care has often been scoffed at as weakness or self-indulgence. It’s not. Despite this, self-care has become a serious buzz word. Like most buzzwords, the depth of the concept is often overlooked. It’s multi-dimensional, incorporating the mental, emotional, physical,

7 quick tips to reduce your home energy bills!

Whether it is about saving energy for the environment or to save money, these tips are quick and easy to start implementing at home and get the whole family aware about energy saving habits. 1- Shut the doors Heating or cooling the whole house can be quite expensive. Whenever possible, close the doors to rooms

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