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Ingredient Watch: Glow Sticks

Written By Lissie Lyles | A glow stick is a self-contained, short-term light-source. It consists of… [read more]

Ingredient Watch: Glow Sticks Ingredient Watch: Glow Sticks

Raw 5 Seed Bread

Submitted By Marie-Claire Hermans – Ravishing Raw | Each country has its specialties. In Belgium… [read more]

Raw 5 Seed Bread Raw 5 Seed Bread

Stretch to Success

Written By Jack Elliott | What is success to you? Whenever I’ve been asked that question, I often… [read more]

Stretch to Success Stretch to Success

Concussion: The Cause and the Solution

Written By Martin Rutherford, D.C., C.C.S.T., C.F.M.P. and Randall Gates, D.C., D.A.C.N.B. | Concussions… [read more]

Concussion: The Cause and the Solution Concussion: The Cause and the Solution

Recharge with Light

Written By Michael Gerber, MD, HMD | Candle Meditation With the seasons changing and our sun exposure… [read more]

Recharge with Light Recharge with Light

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Ingredient Watch: Glow Sticks

Written By Lissie Lyles | A glow stick is a self-contained, short-term light-source. It consists of a translucent plastic tube containing isolated substances that, when combined, make light through … [Read More...]

Book Reviews


Napoleon Hill’s Golden Rules

The Lost Writings Reviewed for Healthy Beginnings by June Milligan, M.Ed., CCHt, PLR | Napoleon Hill is the author of Think and Grow Rich, a well-known book published in 1937. This is probably … [Read More...]

Our Popular Articles


Metabolic Syndrome:

Lifestyle Changes Proven to Reverse Metabolic Syndrome By Liz Karger and Cheryl Yamamoto We all know someone who has had heart disease, stroke, or diabetes. These are the health threats related to metabolic syndrome–a cluster of common disorders occurring at the same time that include any combination of obesity, elevated blood pressure, high cholesterol, and […]



Written By Allison Prater | “Maca provides sustained physical energy, mental acuity, and enhances the function of the immune system”. Sometimes referred to as the “Peruvian Ginseng,” Lepidium Meyenii is an herbaceous biennial plant native to the Andes of Peru and is most commonly known as Maca. Traditionally grown at altitudes as high as 14,800 […]

Heartburn is one of the most common afflictions suffered by modern man.

Relieve your Heartburn Naturally

Written By Michael Gerber, MD, HMD | Gastritis-GERD Heartburn, gastritis, GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), stomach pain, acid stomach, sour stomach, it goes by many names and is one of the most common afflictions suffered by modern man. Traditional treatment demonizes stomach acid, which is one of our most important body substances. Without stomach acid, we […]


Don’t Let Fear Limit Your Life

by Terry Lowey, MFT | Fear keeps us from running into oncoming traffic, stepping off the edge of a cliff, or picking up the fascinatingly decorated rattlesnake coiled on the rock. Then again, fear might also quash our dreams by paralyzing our initiative. At which point does it keep you from fully experiencing life and […]


Announcing the Urban Organic Gardener….

Coming Soon to… We welcome Mike Lieberman aka: CanarsieBK the Urban Organic Gardener

Monthly Health Outlook: The Sun in Cancer

ASTROLOGICAL ALCHEMYsm The Astrology of Self-Transformation® by Robert Ayres | The Sun enters Cancer this month on June 21. This marks Summer Solstice. It is the longest day and the shortest night of the year. Cancer is the first water sign of the zodiac and it rules the fluid state of life and light. For […]

Horoscope for Health | Janurary – 2011

ASTROLOGICAL OUTLOOK vital, life-giving ideas in a time of profound change by Eric Francis | Mercury stationed direct Dec. 30, after a three-week retrograde. This is followed five days later by a solar eclipse in Capricorn on Jan. 4. Together, these two events mark the end of a tense and chaotic holiday season, providing the […]


Shopping Addiction

By Mirit Sloves, MSC Research suggests that shopping triggers the release of dopamine, a brain chemical associated with feelings of pleasure and satisfaction, as well as with addictive behavior, similar to drug use. Studies show that dopamine levels are linked to anticipation of a pleasurable incident, rather than to the actual experience itself. Being obsessed […]


What’s On The Label & What’s Not

Do blondes really have more fun? We can never ask Marilyn Monroe, or Norma Jean for that matter, but dyeing your hair with standard store-bought hair color may not be the answer either. A study done by the University of Washington and published in the American Journal of Public Health reported that women who dye […]


Not a Plague

“A Rough Patch” Written By Teresa Howell | Don’t tell anyone, but my sister-in-law and I pool our tree order from the 4-H Small Animal Committee. See, you must buy a minimum of five of any species of tree you order, and we usually divide the lot up between us. A couple months ago, we […]