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Turquoise: The Lucky Stone

Written By Allison Prater | For thousands of years, Turquoise spanned all cultures, prized as a symbol… [read more]

Turquoise: The Lucky Stone Turquoise: The Lucky Stone


It Has Amazing Things to Say Written By June Milligan, M.Ed., CCHt, PLR | When you’re experiencing… [read more]


Understanding Synchronicity

Written By Andy Drymalski, EdD | Synchronicity is a concept developed by the Swiss psychiatrist, Carl… [read more]

Understanding Synchronicity Understanding Synchronicity

Enhancing Your Immune System For Better Health

Written By Dr. Tony Jensen It’s that time of the year, when your immune system is kicking into overdrive.… [read more]

Enhancing Your Immune System For Better Health Enhancing Your Immune System For Better Health

Dangerous Virus Defense

Written By Michael Gerber, MD, HMD | Ebola and Others With Ebola virus in the news, along with… [read more]

Dangerous Virus Defense Dangerous Virus Defense

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Written By Allison Prater | Petroselinum crispum, or Parsley, is a member of the family Apiaceae. It is native to the central Mediterranean region of southern Italy, Algeria and Tunisia. It has … [Read More...]

Book Reviews


The Science Behind The Secret

Decoding the Law of Attraction By Travis S. Taylor, Ph.D. Reviewed for Healthy Beginnings by June Milligan, M.Ed., CCHt, PLR | If you’ve been reading about and following the Law of … [Read More...]

Our Popular Articles


Veal Stew

Mrs. Ehlers Kitchen | INGREDIENTS: 2 lbs veal stew meat 1 med. large yellow onion 3 tsp. organic olive oil 1/2 lb red potatoes peeled and cut into chunks 2 cloves peeled, crushed garlic 3 large carrots peeled and diced 1/2 cup flour for dredging 3 1/2 cups water 3 tsp. sea salt 1 14oz. […]


Chocolate – Your Skin’s New Best Friend

Written by Lyndi Hutchinson, LMT By now, we have all reveled in the wonderful news that chocolate is good for us. Research has established that dark chocolate – at least 70 percent cocoa, no milk and sweetened with natural sugars – is loaded with flavonoids, age fighting antioxidants which are beneficial to our health. Now […]

Kinesiology Verses Applied Kinesiology

– an Editor’s Note Kinesiology, also known as Human Kinetics, is the science of human movement. It focuses on how the body functions and moves. A kinesiological approach applies scientific and evidence based medical principles towards the analysis, preservation and enhancement of human movement in all settings and populations. In North America, a kinesiologist must […]



by June Milligan | Feeling Overwhelmed? Don’t let the situation get you down. The causes may be health, finances, relationships or too many demands. You may be feeling that things are out of control, that you’re a puppet on a string, or that you’re trapped in a situation and cannot see a way out. Whatever […]

What Is That In My Chocolate?

Chocolate lovers rejoice – St. Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and this holiday’s go-to gift is that very sweet indulgence most try to avoid all year. More chocolate is consumed in the winter, specifically in February, than any other time of year – so chocolate lovers beware. Some ingredients listed on that heart-shaped box may […]

Zap Mosquito’s Naturally

by Talia Henderson | In the midst of summertime, along with enjoying the many activities that refresh and rejuvenate us, we are also conveniently reminded of the joyful presence of mosquitoes. With the late summer storms having increased our water supply, it is likely these beastly bugs will be especially frequent this year. The chemicals […]

Prescribing Poor Health: CANDIDA. Are Yeast Infections Making You Sick?

by Dr. Sally Rockwell | It is believed by medical experts today that 2/3 of the American population suffers from chronic Candida and the leading culprit is thought to be antibiotics and diet. Candida is a condition of yeast overgrowth in the intestines causing a slue of problems. Antibiotics kill bacteria, both the good and […]


From Tahoe City to Truckee: Three Eateries that Make Your Mouth Water

Restaurant Review Written By Rachael L. Scala | It’s Saturday morning. Your stomach rumbles because you’re (hungry) and excited for some Sierra Nevada therapy, in whatever form that may be. Perhaps you are a Tahoe native, already proud of the variety of local dining options. Or, you live in the Bay and plan to visit […]


High Dose IV Vitamin in Cancer Treatment

Written By Robert A. Eslinger, D.O., H.M.D. | Recently, there has been renewed controversy surrounding the use of high dose intravenous vitamin C in the treatment of cancer. In the late 1970’s, Dr. Ewan Cameron and Dr. Linus Pauling published numerous papers, and a book, Cancer and Vitamin C, on the response of cancer patients […]


Chronic Fatigue-Fibromyalgia

Part 1: The Adrenal/Thyroid Connection Written By Michael Gerber MD, HMD | The most frequent chronic complaint is fatigue. Patients never feel right; many can’t get out of bed and are also usually depressed, anxious and suffer from insomnia, poor memory and concentration and frequently dizziness. The origins of chronic fatigue are truly vast. Recently, […]