by Marie Villeza elderimpact.org Photo by Pixabay When your elderly loved one is in need of extra help, it can be a frightening and frustrating time — for both of you. But when that loved one lives far away, it’s even more difficult. You need to find a place to take care of your
The liver is the most important organ in the body when it comes to getting rid of toxins! Since the liver is responsible for whole-body detoxification, you’re actually detoxifying your entire body when you support optimal liver function. The liver, known as the master organ of detoxification, needs to be supported on a daily basis.
I don’t normally share with kind of thing but I recently stumbled across truly heart-breaking information regarding animal testing. I personally switched most of my makeup and cleaning products to nontoxic, cruelty-free brands years ago but left it at that. Out of sight – out of mind, so to speak. But when I came across
Do you suffer from candida or digestive problems such as heartburn, gas, bloating, constipation or loose stools?
The best way to achieve and maintain vibrant health is if we can each learn to be our own holistic health expert. Nobody knows your body as well as you do. You just need the tools to help you understand what is going on inside your body and the knowledge of how to correct it!
Most of us in North America have heard about the importance of vitamin D, but do you know the signs and symptoms of deficiency, and when to know if it’s something you should be supplementing with? Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin and while a small amount can be found in the diet, most of
Winter weather can wreak havoc on our skin and as a natural health and wellness consultant, I’ve been hearing many people complain about dry skin lately so I thought I’d share some of my favourite winter skin care tips. It so important not to just care for our skin from the outside, but did you
How Much Fiber Do We Really Need? According to statistics, the average adult consumes roughly 15 grams of fiber each day, yet in order to prevent digestive and intestinal tract related health concerns and avoid constipation, the Institute of Medicine advises the average adult to consume between 25-38g of fiber every day. It is important