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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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6 Reasons to go the Extra Mile to support your Adrenal Health before, during, and after traveling.

Whether it is a trip for business, pleasure, or both, many times we return from the trip and feel like we need a vacation! I want to do everything possible to minimize, or better yet eliminate that feeling. You may not have thought about the connection between travel and stress, or realize that you could support your adrenal health for the purpose of traveling.

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10 Stress Management Strategies to put into practice everyday.

1. Whenever you feel overwhelmed by stress, practice speaking more slowly than usual. You’ll find that this allows you to think more clearly and react more reasonably to stressful situations. By slowing down your speech you’ll also appear less anxious and more in control of any situation.

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Full Spring Ahead!

Full Spring Ahead

It’s time to spring ahead? There does not seem to be enough hours in the day to accomplish everything on our to-do lists! If you are like me, this can make you feel frustrated, aggravated, agitated, overwhelmed, stressed out and fatigued.

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The 4 things I am going to do to prevent the symptoms of menopause.

Around 1950 is when the discomforts of modern menopause started to appear in women of the “menopausal age”. Hot flashes, mood swings, night sweats, anxiety, depression, and more. Today, over 70% of American women experience these complaints. I want to figure out how to be one of the 30% that doesn’t.

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Book Review: The Adrenal Fatigue Solution

The Adrenal Fatigue Solution

What is Adrenal Fatigue (AF)? Is it true that almost 80 percent of adults experience AF at some point throughout their lives? Why is it so under-diagnosed yet so prevalent? Why do our healthcare systems and insurance companies have trouble recognizing it?
Wait, do I have Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome? What can I do about it and who can help?

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You need a longterm daily strategy for building and keeping your energy up.

Lack of energy goes beyond what you feel as “tired”. Low energy or fatigue affects our unconscious processes like digestion, circulation, and immune response. Every biological function is affected, therefore so is our overall health. A longterm daily strategy is needed for building and keeping your energy up.

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Rhodiola – support during acute or chronic stress, promoting physical & mental energy & stamina

It can be a challenge to continually look at the bright side of things in times of constant stress no matter how hard we try. We think we are doing ok, and realize much later that the physical, mental, and emotional stress has taken a toll on our health. (more…)

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Magnesium tidbits for wellness

Over the years I have grown to really value the important roles magnesium has in the body. I have seen it help many of my family members and friends with many different needs from muscle cramping to anxiety. For this post we will follow the same format we used for the top 20 reasons we love supplements. This list will continue to grow with interesting tidbits that might be helpful to you as we remember to add things, or learn new facts.

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Looking for extra energy? Here are 4 ways to achieve ongoing optimal energy.

Lack of energy can be expressed in two different ways: Mental and Physical. Physical fatigue is the inability to continue functioning at a level equal to normal, while mental fatigue may manifest as decreased attention, and reduced ability to concentrate and focus. Most of the causes, and therefore the prevention, of low energy can be controlled by the choices we make everyday. Have you considered these 4 ways to achieve ongoing optimal energy?

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Burnt out? Fatigued? Exhausted? Prolonged exposure to stress can = “Adrenal Burnout”

According to the American Psychological Association, most Americans are suffering from moderate to high stress, with 44% reporting that their stress levels have increased over the past six years. When we experience excessive stress—whether from internal worry or external circumstance—a bodily reaction is triggered, called the “fight-or-flight” response.

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Love Eleutherococcus. Adrenal exhaustion, no thank you. Mental and physical stamina, yes please!

We just did a post about one of Dr. Lauren’s favorite adaptogens. The more we talked about it, the more excited we got! Here are more buzz words on Eleutherococcus. You may have heard it called Siberian Ginseng in the past, but this is no longer the proper term. Take a look at this gorgeous plant!

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Guest Post: Healthy Holiday Tips

It’s holiday time! How does that make you feel? Happy and excited? Or stressed and bloated? Holidays can be a challenging time, especially if you are struggling to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Temptations abound. The pressure to meet holiday expectations — our own and those of other people — is on. Then there are all of those time-honored traditions we feel compelled to follow. No wonder so many people feel relieved when it is all over.

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Holiday Health Essentials

Before you jump “all-in” to the holiday season, give yourself a fighting chance with some added nutritional support from our list of Holiday Health Essentials. As the New Year approaches, we spend less and less time taking care of ourselves, while we focus on others for the holidays. That isn’t always a bad thing. It is the reason for the season, but at what expense?

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Raise testosterone and lower cortisol with one simple move.

Testosterone literally expands into everyday health and wellbeing for everyone, everywhere, in all walks of life. CEO’s, athletes, managers, performers, and moms, can benefit from the amazing health benefits of testosterone.

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