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4 Reasons to Eat Chia Seeds

Chia seeds are a small and mighty seed with a long list of nutrients and health benefits. They are also cheap and have little taste or texture, so it's easy to incorporate chia seeds into almost any meal.

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3 Beverage Alternatives to Caffeine and Alcohol (That Aren't Water)

Have you ever had those days at your desk where your morning coffee seems to turn into afternoon coffee which then turns into a glass of wine (or two) as soon as you get walk through your front door? We've all been there. We've all had the days where we forget to drink water or survive only on caffeine or have a few too many drinks after dinner. 

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Dandelion: The One Weed You Should Eat This Spring

Ah, dandelions. Does anyone else feel nostalgic when thinking back to childhood days, the ones where you'd roam the schoolyard or football field during recess and pluck a handful of the yellow, weedy flowers?

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3 Ways to Add Elderberries to Your Diet This Winter

When you feel sickness coming on, drink a cup of elderberry tea. Rich in immune-boosting magic, elderberry tea is said to alleviate symptoms associated with the flu, as well as reduce a fever. 

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Health + Wellness Tips for Surviving the Holidays

Whether your vacation time is in full swing or you are trying to get everything done before the calendar rolls over for the new year, here are ways to nourish your body and ground yourself in wellness this holiday season: 

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3 Essential Oils With Dietary Benefits

Throughout history, our ancestors have used essential oils for medicinal, aromatic, and general well-being purposes. Essential oils, while not as mainstream today, still offer these same remedies and natural benefits.

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A Health Reminder: Take Care of Yourself This Winter

Cold temperatures, too much time indoors, missed gym days, and unhealthy comfort food can all contribute to what we dread most in the winter: sick season. While studies don’t actually prove that cold temperatures make us sick, the choices we make because of the cold often lead to a weakened immune system -- and that never-ending runny nose. 

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