Can’t sleep? Turn the lights off earlier

Apr 04, 12 Can’t sleep? Turn the lights off earlier

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Can’t fall asleep? You may need to turn the lights off earlier. Studies show exposure to light after dusk, particularly light from computer screens, iPads, iPhones, televisions, and other electronic items, significantly inhibits the production of melatonin, your body’s sleep hormone. Insomnia is a national problem, affecting about...

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Newly Diagnosed?

Mar 13, 12 Newly Diagnosed?

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Are you newly diagnosed with food allergies?  Perhaps you’ve just been diagnosed with leaky gut, irritible bowel syndrome (IBS) or even Celiac?  Or someone in your family has these issues and you’re in charge of shopping for them? If you are new to any of these …. you probably have tons of questions! Here is a...

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Do you have a chemical sensitivity?

Feb 28, 12 Do you have a chemical sensitivity?

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  You’ve probably heard of food intolerances to gluten, dairy, eggs, or other foods. But chemical intolerances, or sensitivities, have become increasingly common, as well. A person with a chemical sensitivity has an immune reaction to chemicals and heavy metals in air pollution, pesticides, plastics, adhesives, household...

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Overtraining: Too much of a good thing

Jan 18, 12 Overtraining: Too much of a good thing

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Mary was a mother of two who began a vigorous exercise program of weight lifting and running, one to two hours a day, six days a week. Not only did she fail to lose weight, she actually gained weight, and found herself battling fatigue, irritability, and constant colds and flus. As it turns out, Mary was exercising too much....

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