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Recipe: Cool Chia Fresca – Looking for better gut health? Drink this!

  • Digestive Enzymes

If you’ve been making real progress towards your health goals, we want to be the first to say “Congratulations.” We know how hard it can be to start down a new path, AND stay locked in on your goal for the long haul....

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Taking Antibiotics? Here’s What You Should Eat

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Antibiotics save lives, but they can do a number on your gut microbiota (flora), a complex ecosystem of microbes that helps keep us healthy. In recent years, healthy gut flora has been associated with optimal functioning of numerous body systems, including the nervous and digestive systems, and it promotes a healthy brain and optimal hormonal...

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Ingredient Spotlight: Natural Candida Formula

  • Candida

Candida is a genus of yeast found in small amounts on our skin and in the mouth and intestines. An overgrowth of Candida can lead to oral thrush, recurring yeast infections, digestion woes, and fungal infections on the skin and nails, including athlete’s foot and ringworm....

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Recipe: Crunchy Roasted Chickpeas – A Snack That Won’t Set Your Waistline Back

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94% – That’s the percentage of Americans who snack at least once a day. (1) And at least 50% of people snack 2 or three times a day. (1) Someone once said, “Everyone I know is looking for solace, hope, and a tasty snack.”...

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Easy Cleanse to Super-Charge Your Energy, Mood & Overall Health

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Your kidneys and liver partner up to remove toxic waste from your body. Problems with the functioning of these organs can cause a number of physical symptoms and a range of serious physical and mental health problems....

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Is Poor Carb Digestion and Obesity Linked to Your Genes?

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Carbohydrates are an essential macronutrient that, along with fat and protein, keep our bodies functioning optimally. Once digested, carbohydrates are turned into glucose, or blood sugar, which the body uses for energy. But the energy...

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Recipe: Big Flavor Super Hummus Dip

  • Digestive Enzymes

We know that this time of the year, there are plenty of “bugs” going around… And since you’re a loyal member of the Stonehenge Health community, you already know — one of the best ways to stay healthy is to: Keep your gut healthy. Now, chances are, you’re already on the right track — especially...

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20 Ways to Drop Pounds and Keep Them Off

  • Krill Oil

Fad diets may work in the short-term, but only if you work really hard at it. In the end, it’s usually impossible to stay on a prescribed diet forever, and the minute you go off and go back to your former eating habits, the weight comes right back on in spades. The best way to...

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The Secret to Winter Weight Loss

  • Digestive Health

Did you know that the average person will put on anywhere from 2-3 pounds of fat every holiday season? (1) Now, you might just assume this is due to holiday treats that bust your diet, or to being stuck indoors… And sure, that’s definitely a part of it. But there’s actually a more scientific reason...

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Fighting IBS with Behavioral Therapy

  • Digestive Health

Up to 20 percent of Americans have symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome or IBS. In some cases, the symptoms are minor, but in others, they border on debilitating. Symptoms of IBS include abdominal pain, bloating and gas, cramping, constipation, and diarrhea. A diagnosis of IBS is made when symptoms occur at least three days out...

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Recipe: Smushed Apples and Sweet Potatoes (A Stunning Combination)

  • Digestive Enzymes

If there’s one thing we LOVE about this time of year… It’s the smell of freshly baked foods coming from ovens and stovetops all across the country. We’re talking about all sorts of ingredients, too — delicious fruits, veggies, and more… Which means you can get a wide variety of delicious, healthy foods. Plus, it’s...

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As Addictive as Cocaine? Tips to Help End Your Sugar Addiction

  • Food

If there’s one excellent thing you can do for better health this week, it’s reducing your sugar intake. The average American consumes 19.5 teaspoons, or 82 grams, of sugar each day, according to the University of California San Francisco. That adds up to nearly 66 pounds of added sugar per person every year. To put...

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