Healthy Food, Healthy Family, Healthy Business

By Lynda Goldman

Like many of you, I’m on the journey to health.  I’ve just been hauling around my backpack of brown rice and granola for longer than most people.

Only now my virtual backpack is more likely to carry Goji berries, chia seeds, and coconut oil.

Most people I know reach a tipping point in their journey […]

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5 Simple Health Hacks for Getting Leaner & Healthier

By Cassandra Frazier

Before I had my first child, it seemed like I had all the time in the world to go to the gym and prepare delicious, nutritious meals for my husband and friends.

When I was pregnant with my first child I was gullible enough to think that I could ease back into my routine […]

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Your Heart Is a Very Good Doctor: 3 HeartMath Practices for Stress Relief, Strength and Resilience

By Dr. Susan Mathison

Not too long ago, many western doctors held great skepticism about the connection between “emotions” and “physical health.”

“There’s nothing wrong with you – it’s all in your head,” was a common “diagnosis.”

Or “You’ve just got a broken heart. You’re fine. You’ll get over it.”

Thanks to a deluge of new research, though, physicians […]

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The One Thing You Should Do EVERY Time You Fly!

By Diane Gold

Are you flying over the holidays?

Did you know that you could get blood clots from flying – and they are often invisible and come without warning?

As a matter of fact, according to the World Health Organization’s Research 1 in 6,000 healthy travelers will have a life threatening blood clot on a flight over […]

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5 Traits of Highly Resilient People

By JJ Virgin

“Your credit card declined,” the server quietly told my friend recently at Sunday brunch.

I’m always fascinated how people respond in those uncomfortable situations. Some fall apart over the tiniest conflict, becoming defensive and frustrated. My friend kept her cool, joking about needing an ATM machine ASAP.

How you respond to the numerous obstacles life […]

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Discover A Millionaire’s Simple Secret to Radically Transformed Health

By Danica Collins

If you are like half of all American adults, you are probably trying to protect your health and boost your longevity with a daily multivitamin. Well, some new research shows that you could be harming your health more than helping it by taking these vitamins. This shocking research, that you need to know […]

3 Facts About High Blood Pressure That’ll Keep You Up At Night

By Joe Barton

Sally, an entrepreneur with a small company in Portland, Oregon, was stunned to discover she had high blood pressure.

“I was only 38 at the time,” she says, “I thought I was in fairly good shape, and felt absolutely fine. How could I have high blood pressure?”

Many women would agree with Sally. We usually […]

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Obesity is a Global Pandemic: Is This Your Fault?

By Dougal Macdonald

It’s easy to apportion blame for the ever-increasing global body size onto the fast food manufacturers, but we are the ones responsible for buying food from them. Ronald McDonald isn’t holding you ransom, and Colonel Sanders isn’t forcing you to pick up one of his finger lickin’ good bargain buckets.  YOU make that […]

3 Easy Ways to Get Fit with High Intensity Interval Training

By Lacy Arnold

One of my biggest struggles after adding my third baby, Molly, to our growing family, was how to fit in exercise time while working and having three little kids. If you’re a mom, I’m sure you can you relate to this! You barely have time to take a shower, let alone get in […]

Catching Up is a Two Way Street

By MaryEllen Tribby

“So what’s going on, tell me everything.”

I can’t tell you how many times I heard those exact words last week while speaking at Yanik Silver’s Underground event in Washington, DC. This was from friends and colleagues I have not seen for a bit.

Those simple words made me think of all the wonderful emails […]

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