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Charles Dickens and the Meaning of Christmas πŸŽ„

“I will honor Christmas in my heart and try to keep it all the year.” – Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens is probably the best-loved English novelist of the 19th century. And he has had more influence over the way we celebrate Christmas than likely any single person in history, aside from the...

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🍽️ Recipe: Serve a Festive Salmon Centerpiece this Christmas

If you’re not sure what to serve your family and friends this Christmas and are looking for: β€’ An eye-popping centerpiece dish showered with festive color β€’ That’s super easy to prepare and super healthy too β€’ That’s absolutely delicious, like crazy wow, best thing you’ve ever eaten spectacular… This dish is a festive baked...

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Starting a New Career Beyond 50: Lamar’s Success Story

Lamar’s Dream Job When Lamar landed his dream job as an advocate for at-risk youth, he wasn’t expecting the level of intensity and stress that came with it. And age-related forgetfulness that’s normal for someone in their 50’s was becoming a real challenge. “There are a lot of case numbers and different systems,” Lamar explained....

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Signs You’re Enzyme Deficient & How To Help

There are only two ways to address a health problem – either handle the symptoms or fix the cause. If there is no option but to alleviate the symptoms, then, of course, that’s the approach to take. But in the long run, correcting the cause is a much more effective way to manage symptoms. (Unfortunately,...

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πŸ”‹ 6 Ways to Recharge Your Life Force Energy

Life force is the energy present in all living things responsible for maintaining physical functions, like your thought process, beating heart, and body heat. Think of it as the battery that energizes your body and mind. Your life force is multi-layered and multifaceted, and it draws its energy from the environment around you to keep...

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🍽️ Healthy Slow Cooker Recipes to Warm You Up this Autumn

Preparing a healthy meal that still impresses doesn’t mean you have to spend hours and hours in a hot kitchen – not when you have your reliable slow cooker ready to lend a hand. These slow cooker recipes are a healthy way to reduce the time you spend preparing while still letting you deliver a...

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The Original American Inventors: Celebrating Native American Innovation through History

November is Native American Heritage Month, so what better time to discover some of the contributions Native Americans have made in the fields of technology, agriculture, and health through history. Technology and Agriculture The floating gardens of the Aztecs, the elaborate citadels of the Incas, and the impeccably precise Mayan Calendar are a few examples...

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🍭 The Worst Halloween Candy for Your Health, Plus Alternative Ways to Indulge Your Candy Cravings

Between haunted houses, scary movies, and spooky costumes, there are many frightening (and fun) things about Halloween.  Yet, the most alarming thing you may encounter is the candy you hand out to trick-or-treaters. Each Halloween, Americans will drop over 600 million pounds of chocolate bars, candy corn, lollipops, and sticky, sour candies into the bags...

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8 Simple Hacks to Live a Healthier Life

Some people make it look so easy. They juggle family, work, and social commitments with the greatest of ease while managing to stay fit, healthy, and sharp. They always seem to have enough time to prepare a healthy meal, and they never, ever miss a workout. Then there are the rest of us who stare...

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πŸŽƒ Healthy Halloween Entertaining: Embrace the Spirit, Leave the Sugar, Fat, & Calories Behind (w/ Recipes)

Halloween is one of the most anticipated and celebrated holidays in America today. Part of the reason is that it’s a night to indulge our fantasies, become someone or something else for a night, and let loose.  Another reason is that we have nostalgic and fun memories of the bag of treats we collected from...

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Health Contributions in History: Dr. Samuel Hahnemann, Father of Homeopathics

It’s 1781. You’ve just described your symptoms, and after careful consideration, your doctor announces your prognosis, “You have a cold.” To alleviate your suffering, he intends to nick an artery in your forearm and drain several pints of blood from your body. While you process this news, your practitioner tells you that you also have gonorrhea,...

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Eating Your Way to Boosted Immunity & Better Health with Shiitake Mushrooms (+Bonus Recipe)

Every few years, new trends emerge and become a force in the wellness community. One of those trends is functional mushrooms.  Although, when you look more closely at these fantastic fungi, you’ll understand that they are in no way a “fad.” Functional mushrooms, which bestow health benefits beyond nutrition, have been used for millennia in...

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