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Get Pickled!

This is my favorite time of year.The harvests are in, and whether you garden or purchase from local farms, this is when you can preserve a nourishing, tasty abundance of food for the winter.There are many ways to do this —...

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Summer Insomnia

Most of us attribute summer fatigue to long days, late nights and too much to do. For some people, though, summer insomnia is more complicated and serious than that.Without proper rest, we cannot be sufficiently restored and...

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If You Can Sing, You are Intuitive

Perhaps you do not sing well, or enjoy singing, but nearly anyone can squeak out a tune when inspired.In the same way, your intuition may not be well developed, but like your voice, it can be honed and strengthened with...

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The Power of Enzymes is Now

If you’re pressed for time, as most of us are, summer is good news. Gone are winter days with their demand for labour-intensive, heated meals.Salads, smoothies, and other raw entrees feel good to eat on hot days, and you don’t...

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Spring Detox Need Not Be Complicated

“Hey Jane, want a beer?”“No mate, can’t. I am on a cleanse.”Ugh.Nothing puts a damper on things like having to do (or hang out with someone on) a cleanse. Why do people put themselves through this?A “detox” or cleanse is the...

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Filling in the Gaps

This is the last article of the series. We’ve looked at the ineffectiveness of synthetic nutrients, benefits of nutrient-dense foods, and explored how to improve digestion to make the most of what we eat.Still, many people...

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Digesting the Facts

In part one and two of this series, we investigated the effectiveness of synthetic supplements and looked at the natural food sources of our most needed nutrients. Yet, even with a proper diet, health still eludes some...

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