“Gratitude is a powerful process for shifting your energy and bringing more of what you want into your life. Be grateful for what you already have and you will attract more good things.” Thanksgiving is just two days away. So let’s start giving thanks! All week we’ve been talking on our Morning Moments about how…

Heading out for tea or coffee with a friend is awesome. It means you’re probably going to slow down and unplug for a while on top of spending some quality one-on-one time with somebody important to you. Awesome. Because we all know unplugging is a healthy way to manage stress and gain some fresh perspective on life….

Stress: our modern, fast-paced lifestyle means our lives are full of it. We spend SO MUCH time and energy trying to cope with it. Some people turn to counseling or exercise programs. Others try to mask it relying on stimulants for energy and sedatives during downtime. The truth is that mismanagement of stress can seep…

So what happens after we have been in a drunken stupor or high on drugs so frequently that it has messed with our mind? Is it game over for us? No it’s not. Our brain is a phenomenal organ – the most complex organ in our body! In brief, the brain regulates our body’s basic…

This baked pesto chicken breast recipe is quick and easy, making in perfect for weeknight dinners. The pesto traps in the moisture so chicken breast doesn’t dry out in the oven. Use this recipe on Caesar salads, over zucchini noodles spaghetti squash to boost the veggie profile of your dinner. Chicken breast is the leanest…

So are you somebody who prefers to stay on the sofa – or do your prefer to get up and do something?  Do you want to take action…? Think about this… 98% of the population probably remains on the sofa while 2% may get up and decide that they want something better… …Something better than…

After experiencing the pain and irritation of a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) – there is one thing for sure – avoiding another one is on the agenda. Most UTIs are caused by the bacteria E. coli which naturally occurs in the gut, when it gets transferred to the urethra it travels to the bladder and…

The second organ used for detoxification is the lungs. Oxygen is one of the most important nutrients in the human body. It is possible for the body to go months without food and days without water, but only a few precious minutes without oxygen before the body suffocates.  Take a moment and focus on your…

There are six (or seven if you are a woman) organs that help us detoxify daily to keep toxins out and our bodies working succinctly. They are the skin, lungs, kidney, bowel (or colon), liver, the lymphatics, and uterus (for women). If any of these are congested or blocked, toxins may start circulating through our…

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