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Roasted Chickpeas. Easy appetizer, side dish, salad topper, or perfect healthy snack.

Roasted chickpeas are super easy to make, and make a great appetizer, side dish, or perfect healthy snack. Chickpeas are also known as garbanzo beans and are grown all around the world. High in protein, fiber, vitamins and minerals, you can’t go wrong including them in your diet on a regular basis.

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People who sit all day – stand up!

Your sitting habits affect your posture and spine. They may also cause backache and damage your back muscles. Good posture is important for your health. People who sit for more than 8 hours a day, are negatively impacting their spine, muscles, and energy.

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Get your potassium from food and super foods, it is easy! You shouldn’t need a supplement.

If you have been following us for a while now, you know we love supplements. Huge fans! But, as much as we love supplements, we always look to food first, then super foods and herbs, and then to high quality vitamins and minerals when needed. Potassium sits on the supplement shelf for purchase, but this a mineral you should easily be able to get from food, or super food concentrates.

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Recipes: Whipped Coconut Cream Frosting and Whipped Cream. Both Vegan and Fabulous!

You don’t have to be a vegan to to appreciate delicious foods that don’t contain animal products. Reducing the dependance on animal ingredients is good for you and the planet. Below are two different ways to make excellent vegan dessert toppings, frosting and whipped cream, for all of your holiday dishes. The whipped cream is less sweet than the frosting.

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Fungus IS among us! Do you care?

Our goal here at SW is to give you important information on health and wellness that is more than just the “basics”, but that doesn’t overwhelm the reader with so much science that it loses the impact of importance. We hope to provide a jumping off point into a healthier lifestyle. This post will be a great example of what we mean as we introduce you to the concept of fungus and ill health.

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8 Natural Remedies for Bug Bites and Skin Rashes.

1. Green/Black Teas: One of the best available natural remedies are “used tea bags”. They quickly reduces the inflammation and rashes.

2. Aloe Vera Gel: Apply Aloe Vera onto the infected body part. It helps in hydrating the affected area and ease the itching and soreness. You can use the leaves of Aloe Vera or purchase a high quality Aloe Vera Gel .

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Recipe: Mushroom Soup with Carrots and Butternut Squash

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Mushrooms are one of the most economical, readily available, and over looked super foods! We should all make an effort to include them in our daily diet! But here is the catch, for optimal nutritional benefit, they should be consumed cooked! Historically they are rarely consumed raw, so mushroom soup is the perfect solution.

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Nutrients that support fitness. Rhodiola, Green Tea, Chromium, Royal Jelly, and more….

There are MANY nutrients that will support your fitness endeavors. This short list includes some of our favorite nutrients that support fitness. Some of these nutrients you have heard of, some maybe not. Click on the name of the nutrient to learn more.  (more…)

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Recipe: Tempeh Fried Quinoa. Easily assimilated protein & dietary fiber.

Tempeh is a traditional soy product originally from Indonesia. It is made by a natural culturing and fermentation process that binds the soybeans into a cake form. The fermentation process reduces the phytic acid in soy, which in turn allows the body to absorb the minerals that soy provides making it the healthier alternative to tofu.

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Many features make Sea Buckthorn Berry a very unique super food.

What is a sea buckthorn berry? It is a small orange berry, and like most berries, they are extremely nutrient dense. What makes this berry unique is that it is the world’s richest source of omega 7. Like the goji berry, when harvested from the pristine mountainous land of the Himalayas, you get a superior product. Foods that grow and flourish in areas of high altitude, where temperatures and seasons can be extreme, have to be hearty, and always seem to have extra magical, nourishing powers.

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Folic acid. What you need to know.

Our genes naturally program the creation of tens of thousands of proteins and enzymes telling each of our 70 trillion cells what to do. The MTHFR gene specifically codes for an enzyme called methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase. This enzyme (also known as MTHFR) depends on folate or folic acid to function, and also influences folate activity in the body.

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Cold sore remedies found at the health food store

If you are prone to the dreaded cold sore, below is a shopping list of supplements you may want to look into that can really help discourage the appearance, and/or support the disappearance of them. These supplements can be taken all year long or as needed seasonally.

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Top 20 Reasons Why We Love Vitamins and Supplements

Society Wellness was launched to share our personal passion for overall wellness, which includes taking vitamins and supplements on a regular basis. We want to share the main reasons why we love them so much! Let’s start by defining vitamins and supplements:

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What is the difference between Kefir and Yogurt?

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What is the difference between kefir and yogurt? Yogurt is produced by a fermentation process using bacteria, and kefir is produced by a fermentation process using bacteria and yeast. If you have ever tasted any kind of kefir, you notice it is in more of a liquid state compared to yogurt, and has a kind of a bubbly sensation similar to champagne.

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Herbal Ice Cubes

Herbal ice cubes make a cool (pun intended) remedy for hot summer itches and scratches! Bug bites, poison ivy, hives and other allergic skin reactions can keep kids and adults up at night because of the constant discomfort. Kids especially will scratch an itch unconsciously as they are falling asleep, only to wake up the next morning with inflamed skin, not only from the reaction, but from the self inflicted scrapes which can potentially turn into an infection. A great bedtime tip for you to try is to apply herbal ice cubes. (more…)

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