9 Benefits of Cupping

Cupping is a traditional Chinese medicine technique which uses suction to stimulate a healing response in the body. It is a process that has been used for thousands of years. One of the earliest documentations of cupping dates back to 300 AD by Ge Hong, a Tao herbalist.

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The Medicinal Uses of Mushrooms

This post is about mushrooms that help balance and restore the immune system, increase oxygen flow to cells, boost mental and creative acuity, regulate blood sugar, lower stress levels, promote restful sleep, and cure a plethora of physical, mental, and emotional ailments.

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Balancing Your Gut

Balancing your gut is so important because it plays such a vital role in your overall health. It can dictate your moods, the appearance of your skin, as well as play a factor in the diseases and cancers that you may be more prone to.

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The Science Behind Falling in Love

I've always been fascinated by the chemical effect that love has on the mind and body. A person before experiencing love is a completely different person than the person after. What is it exactly about love that causes us to lose our minds? To go crazy? What is it about love that is so "addicting"? Why does it feel so good?

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Peter J. D'Adamo & the Blood Type Diet

Fascinated by the correlation between diet and blood type, in the early 2000s, Naturopath Peter J. D'Adamo published a book that quickly became a New York Time's Bestseller called Eat Right 4 Your Type. This comprehensive guide is based on the idea that your blood type reflects your internal chemistry - that it dictates how well you are able to process certain foods and substances.

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Why We Should All Practice Gratitude

Why practice gratitude? For some of us, it may be obvious, but maybe not for everyone. I use a gratitude journal because I know it increases my overall satisfaction with life and it helps put things in perspective. Practicing gratitude is generally known to make us feel happier and more optimistic. 

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