Since fall and winter are known for an increase in runny noses and coughs, this time of year many of us seek out effective ways to protect ourselves. Luckily, there are healthy habits we can adopt to boost our immunity naturally. Read on to learn more!
I love pumpkin season, however the added sugar from the lattes and sweet treats adds up quicky. This pumpkin smoothie satisfies that pumpkin craving without all of the added sugar. Bonus, you even get some healthy fat from the flax and chia seeds!
It’s no secret that a large percentage of people don’t get enough nutrients from their diet. These deficiencies, in part, contribute to chronic illness, infections and even death. Knowledge is power, so one of the first steps towards overcoming this adversity is to understand what the heck they are. Most of us have probably heardContinue reading “What are Phytonutrients?”
Blood sugar is a hot topic these days, and for good reason. The concept isn’t new, diabetes was first recorded in English in a medical text written around 1425. The illness was discovered due to the sweet taste that had been noticed in urine (News Medical Life Science).