Is Magnesium Deficiency an epidemic in the US? A quick internet search reveals that anywhere from around 50% to a whopping 80% of the US population may not be getting enough magnesium in their diets. This is huge. Magnesium is responsible for over 300 biochemical reactions in our bodies, and without it, many things can … Continue reading Magnesium: The Super Mineral That Helps With So Much
Do you know that good old bone broth has been used medicinally for millennia? That's right, it has been used in China for over 2500 years for digestive health, as a blood builder and to help strengthen the kidneys. In 12th century Egypt, it was used to help colds and asthma. It's been consumed throughout … Continue reading Bone Broth: Comfort food that’s so good for you!
I can't believe the Summer is almost gone! We had a blast visiting Hershey Park in PA and Scarborough Beach here in RI. The time flew by and now the kids are back to school. And all I can think about is how much the schools are a breeding ground for colds and other sicknesses. … Continue reading 5 Best Immune Boosters for Kids
By Ali Wetherbee The holidays can be fun and magical and ever-so-memorable -- but this busy time of year can also really stress your mind and body. From holiday shopping to fighting traffic, from being cooped up indoors with germs to being cooped up with the in-laws, there are countless hits to our time, … Continue reading Avoid Feeling Low When Stress is High
Fact #1: Vitamin C is not created in the body so must be consumed every day. In an ideal world, everyone would get every nutrient they need, in precisely the right quantities, through diet alone. In reality, even the most mindful and healthy diets can come up lacking in certain key nutrients. Supposing you could somehow … Continue reading Five Startling Facts About Vitamin C