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How to Train Through a Stuffy Head & Sniffles

How to Train Through a Stuffy Head & Sniffles

Nothing kills a runner’s high more than when your love for running literally runs you down. Whether you manned up and dragged yourself through workouts in the polar vortex or your germy coworkers just wouldn’t go home to rest, catching what’s g ...
Beauty Without Botulism

Beauty Without Botulism

No offense to my fellow forty- and fiftysomethings who spend a lot of time (and money) getting perfected by the professionals, but I really don’t think anything involving botulism shots (aka Botox) or tossing acid on my face (peels) should be part of ...
Kombucha: The Living Tea

Kombucha: The Living Tea

Q: What is Kombucha Tea? A: You may have heard of kombucha tea on your favorite health news TV show or in a magazine, but the use of kombucha tea may actually date as far back as 400 AD. It’s said that kombucha tea was originally introduced to the Ja ...
CEO Corner: The Vitamin B Breakdown

CEO Corner: The Vitamin B Breakdown

B vitamins are in a class all their own. Literally, there are enough to make up a small class – or at least a basketball team with a few on the bench. With so many to choose from, no wonder they get a bad rap for being so darn confusing. I bet at som ...
Antioxidant Overload?

Antioxidant Overload?

I’ve been an antioxidant addict for years, ever since I first heard about how these nimble nutrients can bravely fight free radical damage. I’m all in favor of living the best, healthiest life I can! It never occurred to me, though, that you can have ...
5 Tips to Stay ‘Regular’ Naturally

5 Tips to Stay ‘Regular’ Naturally

Eating a healthy diet and getting regular exercise is paramount to good digestion. However, sometimes things go awry and people need a little extra help to maintain regularity. You may be surprised to learn that you should have a bowel movement every ...
Get in the Spirit with Spirulina

Get in the Spirit with Spirulina

Q: What is Spirulina? A: Spirulina is known throughout the health and wellness community as a green superfood, but why is it green? Spirulina is actually free-floating natural algae (cyanobacterium) and is most often found in small tropical lakes and ...