The Link Between Probiotics and Optimal Health (Video)

May 13, 2014
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Don’t know why you should be taking probiotics? Here, Dr. Tori Hudson talks about the importance of probiotics for people of all ages. In children, probiotics can be helpful for reducing allergies, asthma, eczema and digestive problems; for adults, different strains can help reduce bowel diseases, bladder infections, vaginal infections and to bring gut...

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Exercise: Your Best Friend in Health

May 10, 2014
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Exercise: Your Best Friend in Health

If you really want to improve your life, maintain muscle tone and bodyweight, keep your bones strong, lift your mood, protect your brain and reduce your risk for diabetes, heart disease and cancer—look no further than your workout clothes and walking shoes. That’s right: Exercise has been shown to do all of these things...

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Natural Ways to Battle Heartburn

May 6, 2014
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Did you know? Many natural remedies are available for reducing symptoms of acid reflux, GERD or heartburn. Here, Dr. Brad Jacobs talks about strategies for reducing acid reflux, as well as supplements that can coat the stomach and increase tightening of the esophageal sphincter, including marshmallow root, DGL, d-Limonene and melatonin. Acid reflux (otherwise...

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On Trend for Spring: Radiant Orchid

May 1, 2014
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On Trend for Spring: Radiant Orchid

Pink, fuchsia and purple all come together in this year’s Color of the Year, Radiant Orchid. Pantone, the color experts, choose a new “it” color each year that influences everything from fashion to makeup to home furnishings. According to the folks at Pantone, this year’s color inspires creativity, imagination and joy. What better way...

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Why Multivitamins Are Vital to Good Health (Video)

April 30, 2014
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If you’re wondering whether multivitamins are necessary in your diet, learn from Dr. Tieraona Low Dog about recent research that has shown them to be instrumental in reducing cancer risk, reducing mortality rates for cancer survivors and much more.

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Better Breast Health (Video)

April 23, 2014
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If you’re concerned about breast health, listen to Dr. Tori Hudson, ND, discuss risk factors for breast cancer and recommendations for better breast health. She talks about research that shows that increased risk for breast cancer can come from consuming more than 7 servings of alcohol per week, being overweight (especially in their 50s)...

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