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    Treat Chronic Itch

    When you are literally itching to feel better, what product do you reach for? Do you know the underlying causes of this condition—and that it is a legitimate and increasingly serious health condition? Click here to discover answers to some of the most common questions about the prevalence of chronic itch.

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    Five Ways to Put the "Thanks" Back in Thanksgiving

    As Thanksgiving approaches, you may be feeling the stress of the holiday season. Fortunately, there are five things you can do to ease tensions, enhance the gratitude of your experience, and enjoy the day—and research shows it's important that you do so. Click here to read the full story.

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    You Are Good Enough

    “Sherly, I got the part!” my client, Mary (not her real name), exclaimed on the phone, as she excitedly recounted the result of her audition for the pilot of a new show. I could almost see the tears of joy in her eyes.

    These tears were quite different from the tears of frustration she shed only a few weeks earlier while lamenting her “dying career” and how she was a “failure” and hated her life.

    Read the article.

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    Make Time for (a Healthy) Dinnertime

    Preparing a healthy meal doesn't have to consume your entire evening--and choosing to cook your own meals will benefit both your waistline and your wallet.

    Read on for our quick dinner tips and some of our favorite recipes.


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    Slice Holiday Calories

    Avoid holiday weight gain by making some simple swaps to your favorite high-calorie dishes. Read our tips for a healthier holiday.

    Plus, find our latest collection of holiday recipes--with a healthier twist--here.



  • Guest Blogger
    Looking to indulge in some chocolate goodies this holiday season? Seventh-generation cacao farmer Joseph Montgomery reminds us to be smart when choosing our treats. He partners with small farmers in South America to harvest all-natural, non-GMO cacao to create Suavva, juicy superfood smoothies that feature cacao as the main ingredient. Before deciding what to treats to eat this season, consider the different health factors of cacao, cocoa, and chocolate.  We have all seen, heard, or read something about cacao being a superfood laden with health benefits. But what’s the difference between cacao beans, cocoa, and chocolate?...
  • Naturally Healthy
    dbenson's picture
    My blog this month has very little to do with health. Rather I am fascinated by how much influence Thanksgiving has on our American culture. I am not talking about the economic impact of black Friday kicking off the holiday shopping season, I am talking about Thanksgiving. According to the US Census bureau over 230 million turkeys will be raised in the US in 2014, with about 20% of them consumed on Thanksgiving. Over 850 million pounds of cranberries will be produced in 2014, with about 20% of them consumed on Thanksgiving. Nearly 2.5 billion pounds of sweet potatoes will be grown in the US in 2014, this growing superfood is a staple for...
  • Sam I Am
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    Every year, many Americans fill their homes with the savory smells of a roasted turkey, yams, green beans, stuffing—and I haven’t even gotten to the pie. But when you’re walking up and down the aisles of the grocery store trying to select which products will best suit you and your family, do you stop at the sight of a USDA-Certified Organic label? Or do you go straight for the 15-pounder priced at $12.99? You may be asking yourself if it’s worth it to buy an organic or free-range turkey, or organic produce, so I’m here to tell you: it is. Let me explain. Although an organic, free-range turkey can often be more...
  • The Natural Suite
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    Last month, I shared a circuit routine to tone your chest, butt, and core. To shake things up, I’ve created a total-body toning routine that incorporates both cardio and strength-training supersets—in three separate circuits—because I know you didn’t have just one piece of pumpkin pie on Thanksgiving, and because of course you had to have a second helping of sweet potatoes. Disclaimer: I’m not judging, I’m just glad I’m not the only one experiencing this well-deserved food coma. Although I performed this routine on Tuesday—as part of the holiday prep, if you will—it’s also a great...
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