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Blog: Anxiety and Stress – How they effect your body

Anxiety & Stress Whether it’s a health concern, relationship or family issue, financial worries, or work problems — stress happens, and with it can come anxiety as we seek answers and solutions to these events. Anxiety can serve a useful purpose in helping us to focus upon the issue at hand, and thoroughly review all […]

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Blog: Understanding Arthritis

What is Arthritis? Arthritis is an inflammation of the joints and surrounding joint structures (‘arthr’ denotes joint; ‘itis’ denotes inflammation). There are over 100 different types of arthritis, with osteoarthritis being the most common form. Osteoarthritis is primarily a result of wear-and-tear due to aging, injuries, and repetitive or excess use, and affects up to […]

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Blog: Going back to school doesn’t have to be hard

Preparing kids for back to school early can often times be a great way to start and maintain healthy habits that can set the pace for the rest of the year.  Natural Wellbeing can help make going back to school a little healthier, happier, and peaceful. Building healthy sleeping patterns before school starts can be […]

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Blog: Biotin, what you need to know

“You Better Shop Around” – Smokey Robinson & The Miracles were on to something big when they coined that phrase. It applies to pretty much every smart shopping choice you make – and is especially true when it comes to your health supplements, including hair growth supplements. Whether you’re doing a Google search, or walking up […]

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Blog: Is Sunscreen Your Best Protection?

The hot, sunny days of summer are upon us, and that often means slathering on the sunscreen before we hit the beach or go about our day. But wait! Did you know that chemicals in many commercial sunscreens may actually end up contributing to the very thing we are trying to protect against—skin cancer? Upon […]

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Blog: Should Phytoestrogens be Avoided with Breast Cancer?

There is much conflicting and confusing information regarding the use of phytoestrogen-containing herbs, foods, or dietary supplements, especially when there is a history of estrogen-receptor-positive breast cancer (or a risk of it, e.g., family history). Some health care professionals advise to avoid phytoestrogens in these cases, while others recommend them as being protective. It is advisable […]

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Blog: Fennel for Digestive Health and More

Herbs that are used for both food and medicinal purposes are amongst my favorites – and Fennel is one such. Contemporary herbalists still recommend fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) for digestive health, including relieving gas and bloating, calming an upset stomach, or to dispel intestinal cramping. It’s also used with infants to relieve colic, and with nursing […]

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Blog: Immune Boosting Turkey Tail Mushroom

Many mushrooms contain powerful compounds that boost immunity, such as shiitake, maitake, reishi, cordyceps, and turkey tail. Records of the medicinal use of turkey tail (Trametes versicolor) date back to at least the 15th century in China, and a recent clinical study has shown that it can augment conventional therapies for breast cancer by increasing […]

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Blog: Chamomile and other Natural Alternatives for ADHD – Concentration Essentials

Looking for natural support for attention and hyperactivity challenges? Concentration Essentials delivers! Its gentle, yet powerful, blend of 9 synergistic herbs, including Chamomile, work together to naturally nourish and calm the brain and nervous system, improve focus and concentration, and decrease fidgeting and restlessness. Here’s what one of our many satisfied customers had to say: […]

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Blog: Antioxidant Complex for Free-Radical Protection

As we head into summer, remember to keep your antioxidant levels topped up! Antioxidants found in a wide variety of plants including Rosemary, Green Tea, and Milk Thistle help protect us against sun damage, which can lead to premature aging and skin cancer. They also provide protection against inflammation, macular degeneration, and other chronic degenerative […]

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