04
Jan 2021

The 4 Best Adaptogens for Managing Stress 

We’ve all experienced the pressure and stress that comes with modern life (especially before, during, and after the holidays). A quick power nap and a cup of coffee are commonly used options that combat a busy schedule. While those are okay options here or there, if they are implemented every day, they can mess up our natural circadian rhythm and possibly cause more harm than good. Yikes. Before resorting to stimulants like excessive caffeine or energy drinks, what about incorporating some rejuvenating herbs into the mix?
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07
Dec 2020

Holiday Gift Guide

Every year the question of “what do I get so and so for the holidays?” daunts us all. This year, I hope that my Healthy & Ethical & Fun Holiday Gift Guide gives you some ideas for yourself and others. Happy shopping my friends!
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06
Oct 2020

What’s Causing Your Migraines?

A migraine is the number one cause of disability in the world and is defined as a brain disorder that involves a number of abnormal neuronal networks that interact at numerous levels of the nervous system [R]. That sounds pretty complex and rather scary, doesn’t it? And we often downplay migraines because they´re “normal” and everybody gets them. While they are common, it's important to understand what causes them and therefore, how we can possibly prevent such debilitating times. Unfortunately, most migraines are labelled as having no identifiable underlying cause, but there are certainly some pathophysiological occurrences that have been shown to trigger the onset of a migraine.
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20
Jul 2020

The PCOS and Liver Connection

You wouldn’t imagine that a condition in women’s ovaries could be related to the liver. But actually, significant research including a recent study done in 2018 found that women with a hormonal condition called polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) were twice as likely to develop a liver disease known as non-alcoholic fatty liver [R]. Sounds wild, right? Let’s delve into this.
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