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Gratitude Might Be A New Defense Against Heart Disease.

By Organic MD

It’s the kind of research we love. Research that shows our best remedies originate from something within us. We can be the source of healing for ourselves, assuming of course we are willing to try something different. So often one simple change does make a difference. A recent study looked at the role of gratitude […]

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Get On Up – 5 Easy Ways to Move that Sit to a Stand

By Carlyle Coash

I sit. Too much some days. If I am working on a big project the whole day can pass, me welded onto my desk chair completing tasks. The challenge of this? Too much sitting links directly to a host of health risks. Not good. Recently we are seeing more and more studies showing the negative […]

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When Grief Shines Through, It Gives Us All a Chance to Heal

By Carlyle Coash

Grief has a way of coming through. Despite our social resolve to remain composed and pulled together, grief somehow finds an opening. Even if that opening is small and subtle, it’s important that grief gets expressed. It is something I continue to be thankful for, because it keeps us honest and open. It reminds us […]

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IsoKinetic Breathing Exercise

By Damon Miller

Useful to reduce stress, and shift you towards a more parasympathetic dominant state. Do before bed, or if anxious. Useful if you are having an exacerbation of asthma, or an allergic response. 2 to 4 minutes of this will make you more alkaline, which is a positive thing. Thanks to Joseph Siegel, who channeled this […]