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Category Archives for Seasonal

Cold or Flu – What to Do!

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How to Prevent – or Beat – a Common Cold and Stay WellThe Flu season is here, and so many people are sniffling. While there are many options to prevent a cold and even treat it with natural means, often it is too late when you feel it coming on.Here is my Go-to for this situation!I get asked […]

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Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) – Worries and Regret (Part 6)

Seasonal Affective Disorder – “Holiday Depression”?Part 6 – Worries and Regrets In the northern hemisphere, the days get shorter and the darkness seems to win towards the holiday season around November-December.In this 6-part series I will talk about possible causes of SAD – and what we can do to help! Missed Part 4 ? Click […]

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Holiday Eating: The Honest Guide

5 Tips How to Indulge Well during the Holidays! Let’s be real for a minute here.  The holiday’s are truly the most wonderful time of the year and so is the food!   And there will be plenty of it! — So for someone to tell you to avoid it and to drink wine spritzers (as I […]

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Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) – Lack of Exercise (Part 5)

Seasonal Affective Disorder – “Holiday Depression”?Part 5 – Lack of Exercise In the northern hemisphere, the days get shorter and the darkness seems to win towards the holiday season around November-December.In this 6-part series I will talk about possible causes of SAD – and what we can do to help! Missed Part 4 ? Click […]

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Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) – Part 4 – Too Much Stress…

Seasonal Affective Disorder – “Holiday Depression”?Part 4 – Too Much Stress In the northern hemisphere, the days get shorter and the darkness seems to win towards the holiday season around November-December.In this 6-part series I will talk about possible causes of SAD – and what we can do to help! Missed Part 3 ? Click […]

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Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) – Part 3 – Lack of Nutrients

Seasonal Affective Disorder – “Holiday Depression”?Part 3 – Lack of Nutrients In the northern hemisphere, the days get shorter and the darkness seems to win towards the holiday season around November-December.In this 6-part series I will talk about possible causes of SAD – and what we can do to help! Missed Part 2 ? Click […]

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Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) – Part 2 – Holiday Treats

Seasonal Affective Disorder – “Holiday Depression”?Part 2 – Nutrition and Holiday Treats In the northern hemisphere, the days get shorter and the darkness seems to win towards the holiday season around November-December.In this 6-part series I will talk about possible causes of SAD – and what we can do to help! Missed Part 1? Click […]

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Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) – Part 1- Lack of Sunlight

Seasonal Affective Disorder – “Holiday Depression”? In the northern hemisphere, the days get shorter and the darkness seems to win towards the holiday season around November-December.In this 6-part series I will talk about possible causes of SAD – and what we can do to help!Do you feel tired a lot? Sluggish? Check out my FREE […]

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Back to School or University? – Here’s 10 Healthy Snacks!

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Tips For the Top 10 Healthy Snacks for Studying   Eat a Well-Balanced Snack For an energy enhancing snack, eat two slices of lean deli turkey and a dozen grapes. This well-balanced snack is high in protein and antioxidants and should tide you over until your next meal. Eat More Edamame Replace finger foods like […]

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Flu or Cold: 5 Top Foods to Eat When You Feel Sick!

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5 Top Foods you Must Eat When You Have a Cold or Flu! Do you easily get a cold or flu? Watch this short  video on Natural Remedies for Cold and Flus! 1. Onion Family (Red, White and Yellow Onions, Garlic, Leeks and Shallots) and Horseradish Combined, they contain many broad-spectrum antimicrobial and immunity-boosting compounds, […]

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