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Stress: the good, the bad, and the ugly

Stress is normal. It is the body's flight or fight response wired into us. Feeling stressed is normal, but how we react to it can vary. It provides the body with an extra shot of energy when needed and works as a warning sign. The extra burst of energy can motivate us to finish our work...

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Top 5 refreshing podcasts about Eczema for 2021

Lotions, creams, soaps… you’ve tried it all but you can’t seem to figure out what is making you itch like crazy.

You’ve searched high and low for tips and hacks to get rid of scaly, red, patches and end up with the same advice or tips each time.

Nothing works...

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How Intermittent Fasting can help you live longer

Several years back, I did a three-part series on this blog about Intermittent Fasting.

I covered the following: 

Just to brush up on what Intermittent Fasting (IF) is, it's a more intentional...

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4 things you need for long term allergy relief

Depending on what part of the world you are in right now, allergy season may be coming or going.

If you've been suffering from allergies, these symptoms may be all too familiar to you:

  • headaches
  • migraines
  • difficulty falling asleep
  • vomiting
  • nausea
  • swollen eyes, lips, or face
  • sneezing
  • chest...
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Yes, you can order your own labs!
Can you order your own labs?
 
Definitely!
 
But the real question you should be asking is what do you do with the results?
 
Although you can order these lab tests on your own without a provider, how you piece together the data you have is also significant. Many...
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Eat the RAINBOW: why your diet is messing you up

So I went on Instagram live with my friend Jen Fugo of the Healthy Skin Show. During this live feed, she asked me this question " do you think that the carnivore diet is more problematic for long-term gastrointestinal health than it is helpful?"

What is the carnivore diet -? You only eat...

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3 things you may not know about B12 deficiency

I want to share the case of a young woman I began working with this year. She was very anxious because she was began to experience numbness on one side of her body one morning. During the call, we determined that her trigger was the onset of work related stress over the course of...

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4 Autoimmunity Red Flags You Should Know autoimmune system case study immune system solo episode

Last year, I had a harrowing experience when my mom was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease - myasthenia gravis.  

It was the worst time to be in and out of the hospital during that time because of Covid, but looking back, I am just grateful that my mom got through one extremely tough year....

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5 Detox Episodes you NEED in 2021

If you’ve been bingeing on social media these past few months, you may have noticed a lot of content created around Detox.

Well-meaning friends, relatives, or acquaintances may rave about losing weight and feeling better about <insert trendiest Detox protocol>, but what really happens...

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Mouth Taping: The sleep hack you never knew you needed diy energy energy wizard health healthy living mini episodes sleep

Strange as it might sound, mouth taping is a sleep hack that you can try immediately.

Mouth taping is not just a social media trend; it has a scientific backing to explain why it provides better quality sleep at night.

Here are a few of my favorite mouth taping benefits:

  1. Lessens...
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5 ways to beat burnout without escaping to a remote island avoiding burnout burnout

Ever felt that nagging feeling where you're spending too much time thinking of escaping somewhere with no work or family around?

It's not just because 2020 happened! "It's just a pile-up of different concerns you have from your various roles in your personal and professional life". "It's just...

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Unpopular Tip for Dry skin: Omega 3 healthy skin mini episodes skin

Googling “dry winter skin” will churn out articles from magazines that usually tell you to amp up your winter routine by including moisturizers and decreasing the frequency of hot showers. Although these steps that promote skin moisture help, you have to remember that to...

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