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Coconut Oil is Not All That it is Cracked Up to Be

  You see it on infomercials. You see it on popular television shows. You see it on recipes, healthy website forums, and baking ideas. Coconut oil seems to be a fad that is sweeping the nation. The question is, why? What is coconut oil’s secret that is making everyone go bananas? Studies dated back to […]

Easy Healthy Behaviors That You Could Have Been Doing Yesterday!

Wouldn’t you love to form a healthier lifestyle with little to no effort? Are you someone who thinks that feeling hungry means you are on the verge of shedding those troublesome extra few pounds? Can you relate to not having the time OR money to purchase and create healthy dishes? If one of the above descriptions sound […]

Can Working Out Prevent You from Losing Weight?

Working out helps us expend calories, push past that plateau in weight loss, and ultimately helps increase our confidence to rock out in the bodies that we live in! When we take care of our bodies and provide them with the nutrients, movement, and sleep they need, our moods will certainly thank us with happiness! […]

Turmeric: What’s All the Hype?

Television, TV personalities, radio shows, internet ads, Facebook articles, Twitter, Instagram, and “insert other media platform here” all play a part in how we view nutrition.  That is just life.  The popular product, newest fad, or celebrity endorsed diet pill always has consumers begging for more. We are a “medicine and supplemental happy generation”.  However, […]

Jump Into Spring…Literally!

Take a chill pill, sit outside, and enjoy the sunshine.   Take a seat and relax. These are the phrases we hear from our family members, our friends, our coworkers, and possibly, even our children.  However, science has discovered a reason to instead, get up from your chair.   It was found that not only can […]

8 Simple Ways To Destress

We have all heard that too much stress can lead to serious health problems. It can be hard to take a moment for ourselves to destress, especially in today’s workaholic society where “stressed out” is the new normal. Excess stress can cause headaches, muscle tension, digestive problems, depression, sleep disturbances, and imbalances in our metabolism. […]