Sleep: Essential for Mind-Body Health Adults and children alike are spending more time awake late at night to study, work, or have fun. All those late nights may be slowly killing us. More than 20 years of research shows us that sleep is vitally important to physical and mental health. Most of what we know […]
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Take control before those winter pounds add up! Do you want to lose 25-35 pounds in 27 or 40 days? You can and we can help you achieve your goal with the HCG diet. Enjoy your Holidays without Packing on the Pounds.
From warming cozy soups to soups made in a blender to dairy-free creamy creations, this roundup of hearty… The post 32 Cozy Paleo Soup Recipes appeared first on Paleo Blog.
Hunters’ ethics are essential to successful management, safety and having a healthy mental relationship with the killing of other sentient beings, and yet there is a surprising amount of disagreement as to what constitutes ethical hunting, even among hunters. Maintaining defensible ethics is also quite essential to the future of the sport, as it is […]
For today’s Dear Mark, I’m answering just a single reader question, but it’s a big one. Janice and her husband have endured their family’s light-hearted ribbing about their “caveman lifestyle” for years. Now that the paterfamilias of the clan is severely obese, almost 80 years old, and recovering from a relatively mild stroke, the family […]
You heard me talking about being unconditionally happy or living unconditionally. What I mean by that is you feeling, self-worth, loved, good, worthy, beautiful, happy, etc. regardless of any external conditions being there to facilitate that. You’re just happy. You don’t need to have that car or that purse, or that person doesn’t…
Hidden Sources of Sugar: We all like sweet foods and sweet flavors but are we being tricked into consuming more than we think we are? The average America consumes between 150-170 pounds of sugar a year according to the USDA. That is equivalent to nearly 14 tablespoons of sugar each day! Most people would say […]
Autoimmune thyroiditis, also known as Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, affects over 20 million of Americans, the majority of which are women. Thyroid conditions have a direct impact on our fertility, pregnancy, birth outcomes and can have a large influence on our postpartum period. But for some women, childbirth is the triggering event that leads to postpartum thyroiditis […]
Dr. Matthew was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. He graduated from Brother Martin, a prestigious all boys Catholic High School, in 1995. After completing his undergraduate studies at the University of Southern Mississippi, he moved to Dallas to pursue his dream of becoming a chiropractor. He received his Doctorate of Chiropractic from Parker […]
ESTROGEN decreases as we approach menopause (or if we are on certain medications, chemotherapy, tamoxifen and more). For many women this drop in estrogen produces dryness, not just in the vaginal area but all over. These women begin seeing dry skin, dry eyes and dry everywhere in between. Hormones, they control so much of our […]