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Gluten Free Holiday Recipe

December 7, 2014 / Posted by in Blog

Holidays are coming up!   Gluten-free herb stuffing recipe is a good example of how gluten-free cooks can adapt traditional recipes to gluten-free recipes that are fit for a feast that everyone can enjoy. Try using this delicious gluten-free rosemary walnut bread in this stuffing recipe. It adds great texture and flavor to stuffing recipes.   Time Needed:  Prep Time: 30 minutes Cook Time: 50 minutes Total Time: 1 hour, 20 minutes   Ingredients: 8 cups cubed Gluten-Free Walnut Rosemary

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Mirror, Mirror on the wall, can Acupuncture help my face at all?

November 5, 2013 / Posted by in Blog

For over 5,000 years Chinese Emperors and the Royal families have     used acupuncture not only to slow down the aging process, but to   maintain beauty, radiance, and vitality in the face. The Chinese always revered beauty as a sign of immortality and longevity. Therefore, the physical appearance of the individual was considered a reflection of their strength and vitality. With this emphasis on immortality, acupuncture was used to reverse and slow down the aging process, yielding remarkable results that can

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How to Avoid Spring Cleaning Injuries

March 29, 2013 / Posted by in Blog
How to Avoid Spring Cleaning Injuries

It is that time of year again when you dust the corners and break out the ladder for spring cleaning. But many people are unaware of the potential risk of injury that may occur as the result of spring cleaning. Thousands of injuries occur with the use of gardening tools every year.  With the repetitive use of shovels, garden clippers, and rakes we often get neck and shoulder pain, low back pain, and knee pain.  Many more injuries occur as

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Protect Your Skin This Summer

June 29, 2011 / Posted by in Blog
Protect Your Skin This Summer

Summer’s Here!  Protect your skin. Did you know for every 20 minutes you spend out in the sun the collagen in your skin starts to break down! See the following tips on what to look for when buying Natural Sunscreens. What to look for in Natural Sunscreens look for products with either zinc oxide or titanium dioxide, natural minerals for sound UV protection or choose plant-based ingredients, such as green-tea extract, which are high in antioxidants, and their anti-inflammatory properties

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Foods To Fight Inflammation

June 1, 2011 / Posted by in Blog
Foods To Fight Inflammation

Inflammation is linked to heart disease, cancer, and even Alzheimer’s disease Inflammation is a generalized state within the circulatory and immune system perpetuated by poor diet. We should call this diet-induced inflammation “dietary trauma,” as it leads to the development of biochemical changes similar to physical injury. The difference is that, for most people, dietary trauma occurs every time they eat, three or more times each day, every day. The outcome of this inflammation is the dietary promotion of arthritis,

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Five Simple Steps to Boost Energy

June 1, 2011 / Posted by in Blog
Five Simple Steps to Boost Energy

Dr. Cowan suggests you try these guidelines to keep you energized throughout the day Fuel up with fiber and protein With enough fiber and protein in your diets, you can help prevent temporary constipation (which can cause you to feel sluggish) and help keep your muscles strong. To increase fiber and protein intake, we recommend mixing an SP Complete™ shake with Whole Food Fiber and Whey Pro Complete. Eat small meals A large meal causes a blood glucose spike and

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