Use a Fitness Watch to Improve Your Well-Being

  I love my Fitbit because it is a constant reminder that my health and well-being is ongoing. Being healthy does not happen in one day it is a process. There are several different watches you can wear to remind you to walk, climb stairs and do brisk activity on a daily basis. I wore […]

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Keeping Well

Jean Sumner When you focus on staying well by doing the right things like eating right, exercising, getting a good night’s sleep etc. you generally will not need medication of any type. However, there are times in life that we get surprised by some sort of emergency.  Below you will find the emergency kit contents […]

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Why Every Business Should Offer a Workplace Wellness Program!

By: Teri Elkins Without a doubt, the rate of preventable diseases and obesity has skyrocketed among Americans in recent years. Inactivity, poor nutrition, tobacco use, and stress are the primary causes for chronic diseases and obesity. According to the Integrated Benefits Institute, which represents major U.S. employers and business coalitions, reported that poor health costs […]

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Wellness Tip No.11 – Your Food and Disease

By Dr. Joe Morreale The disease epidemic in this country is largely a result of the American diet.  The diet that we are genetically meant to eat does not exist today.  Our genetic code has changed .05% in the last 10,000 years but our diet has done a 180 since then.  We went from eating […]

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Wellness Tip No. 39 – The Miracle Component of Food

Contributed by Jean Sumner Chlorophyll is the foundation of plant life and has been called nature’s greatest healer. There have been many scientific studies that prove chlorophyll creates an environment in the body that suppresses bacterial growth and counteracts ingested toxins.  Chlorophyll helps purify the liver, it builds the blood’s oxygen carrying potential and regulates […]

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