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Top 10 Herbs to Boost & Strengthen Your Immune System

Immune system is the resistance power of our body protection from illness and disease. A person with strong immune system is easily to combat with organism and infections that may result into further ailments and problematic disease. There are some methods that you can do to boost immune system naturally including healthy nutrition, restorative sleep and the use of herbs ...

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The Colours That Heal You – Eat a Rainbow

Tom Sokolowski | BANT (The British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy) have released some generalised food advice that is far more up to date than the antiquated government Eatwell Plate. This chart makes the recommendation to eat vegetables and a small amount of fruit from each of the colour groups – not quite corresponding to a rainbow. The ...

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15 Things to start doing for yourself

by Joe Martino | Start Spending Time With The “Right” People – Spend time with people you enjoy -who bring you up instead of push you down. Sure there are always lessons we can learn from others but you don’t need to continue hanging around with and associating with people who you know bring in an offsetting vibe. Learn what you ...

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Remedies For Removing Dark Eye Circles

At a certain age, your morning mirror gazing may begin to cause you some stress as you come to the abrupt realization that your youthful supply of collagen has, yes, begun depleting. Unfortunately, one of the first signs appears around the delicate skin of your under eyes. Our under eye skin is about 1/10th the thickness compared to the rest ...

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Why Not Now? Stop Putting Off The Thing That Can Bring You Peace

by Rita Romine-Black | “Why not now?” is about living in the moment. RIGHT NOW! I found myself dreaming of Italy and what it would be like to go there. I thought, when I go I will eat every seductive dish laid before me guiltlessly. Enjoying each bite and mystery wrapped in untried delicacies. And, do it without guilt, concern over ...

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8 Easy Ways To Make Today A Good Day

Nira Lall | One question I’m constantly asked is “Nira, you’re a Life Coach, how I can be happier?” Over the years, I’ve worked to help many eager people find great success by seeing the greatness in their daily lives. My modality is consistently  based around seeing where someone is in their life in that exact moment, and then helping them to realize how ...

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Social Science Says Lasting Relationships Come Down To 2 Basic Traits

by Derek Lovell | In her article, “Master of Love” author Emily Smith states that of all the couples that get married, only 3 in 10 remain in healthy, happy marriages, as psychologist Ty Tashiro points out in his book “The Science of Happily Ever After.” Every day in June, the most popular wedding month of the year, about 13,000 American couples ...

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The Difference Between Healthy Love & Unhealthy Love

by Joe Martino | “What is love?” is perhaps one of the most pondered about questions of our existence. Is it a feeling? An emotion? Is it who we are? Is it something we all feel? Love can make us feel and do many different things in our lives and today we’re going to explore the idea that there may be ...

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Woman Replaces 40 Medications With Raw Cannabis Juice

More and more we are beginning to understand that marijuana is far more than a street-level ‘drug’. In fact, research shows that it’s a healing plant — and it doesn’t have to get you high. And as we learn more about this healing plant, we learn there are really a multitude of uses and methods to obtaining its benefits. One of the latest ...

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Where Do Our Emotional Responses Come From? Are They Truly Ours?

 by Danielle Fagan | Last night, my sister and I drove our separate ways. She went to spend the night at my parents’ house that I recently moved from and I continued driving to my new home. I thought how the parting of ways was symbolic and said to myself, “Wow, this is sad.” But when I tried to feel the ...

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