- November 11th, 2014
Picture the perfect week in wine country: farm-to-table restaurants, award-winning wine, art, music, and luxurious lodging. That may sound like any week in Napa—and it certainly could be—but there’s one event in particular that brings out the best of the valley: Festival del Sole.Why You Should Experience Festival del SoleBy Jennifer Boden
I guess you could say I’m obsessed with books. Not the seemingly ubiquitous e-books and e-readers and anything else e-related. Like, actual books. The ones with crisp pages that you hold delicately in your hands and maybe (probably) smell.
Last week I had the pleasure of interviewing actress Julie Benz for a feature story in the July/August issue of Natural Solutions. Spoiler alert: She’s on the cover! You might know her as Dexter’s wife, or the sexy lesbian from Desperate Housewives, or Mayor Amanda Rosewater in Syfy’s futuristic series Defiance.
- July 1st, 2013
Though the word “chronic” is often associated with illness, it simply means anything that lasts a long time. Many people battling long-term illnesses—like diabetes, arthritis, high blood pressure, or chronic fatigue syndrome—haven’t felt the energy and vitality that comes from good health in years.By Tom Sult, MD
- June 1st, 2013
Food Safety 411
Is this meat cooked? Chow mein still good? Find out with the “Is My Food Safe?” app from the Home Food Safety program.
Am I Fertile?
- September 1st, 2012
Many people associate massages with vacations or spas, and consider them something of a luxury. But research is beginning to suggest this ancient form of hands-on healing may be more than an indulgence—it may actually improve your health.
- September 1st, 2012
For many of us, getting comfortable is often the subject of daydreams or relegated to weekends or vacations. Common signs of discomfort, such as stiffness, insomnia, depression, chronic pains, and early signs of aging, are ways our bodies communicate the need for action to support our health and wellness.Are you comfortable? If not, your body may be trying to tell you something.By Letha Hadady, DAc
- January 1st, 2012
When lives burst at the seams with activity and present many conflicting priorities, multi-tasking lets us compress more events, more decisions, and more outcomes into each precious hour. And although clearing our to-do list feels good, there is a price we pay for living continuously on overload.The key is not so much about what you breathe in as what you breathe out.Sussanna Czeranko, ND, BBE