Hanna’s Remedies for Fungus and Fungal Infections

Sara Beth

October 9th, 2014 · Hanna Remedies, healthy gut, Healthy Living, Herbs for

Did you know your body is covered in tiny fungal ecosystems? True and completely normal and natural though that doesn’t change the fact that it’s a bit creepy. The presence of fungus in and on the body is kept in check through our body’s healthy antibodies and bacteria though sometimes the balance is tipped towards the fungus and an infection can result. You’re probably aware of the usual suspects: Athlete’s foot, jock itch, yeast infections, or diaper rash and cradle cap but what about the maladies that result from fungus overstaying its welcome and overtaking our healthy bodies? Keeping fungus in check and ridding our systems of the toxins resulting from fungus is a topic Hanna discussed extensively and while that image to the left looks lovely, it’s actually fungus that lives on our skin and nails… read on for Hanna’s tips and remedies! [Read more →]

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Are You in the 80%? How to Address Magnesium Deficiency

Sara Beth

August 28th, 2014 · Hanna Kroeger, Hanna Remedies, Healthy Living

Pop Quiz! What does your body need in order to support a healthy immune system, regulate blood sugar levels, support regular heart rhythm, maintain normal muscle function and perform about 300 other processes? imgres

Magnesium! It’s the little mineral that can; unfortunately, an estimated 80% of Americans are deficient. Because magnesium is vitally important in all cellular functions and processes, it is important to understand not only its function in the body but also how best to ensure depleted levels aren’t impacting your health. [Read more →]

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Decline of Testosterone in Men – Symptoms and Natural Treatment of Andropause

Sara Beth

July 23rd, 2014 · Healthy Living, Herbs for

200443793-001Hey men! If you learned you were diabetic, would you keep the information to yourself and not seek help or would you choose to find answers, modify your diet and move on with your life in a healthier way? We hope you’d choose the latter. What if you had a toothache that bothered you day in and day out… would you keep that to yourself or get some relief by visiting your dentist? Again, we’re hoping you’d seek help. There is an unfortunate and culturally encouraged stigma for men surrounding health and wellness and has impacted the comfort men feel in seeking advice or treatment for a number of complaints. While it’s perfectly acceptable for women to discuss hormonal imbalances and the changes of the body associated with menopause, most men do not feel comfortable exploring the topic of male menopause, andropause. We’ve got information to get you on the right track for assessing andropause and reducing the symptoms but it’s up to you to act! [Read more →]

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Estrogen Deficiencies – Combat Menopause with Plants

Sara Beth

July 15th, 2014 · Conscious Living, Hanna Kroeger, Hanna Remedies, Healthy Living, Herbs for

Woman suffering from fatigueExperiencing the symptoms of estrogen deficiency and want a natural way to find balance? We’ve got you covered. Menopause is often referred to as “the big change” and that’s for a BIG reason. Hot flashes, night sweats, depression, insomnia, decreased libido and fatigue are only a sampling of the common complaints from women who are entering menopause. These symptoms are greatly due to the fact that there is a hormonal imbalance in the body, namely estrogen. Menopausal difficulties are a reality that women have been aware of for centuries! In ancient China, menopausal women would drink the urine of pregnant women to treat their symptoms as the concentration of estrogen in the urine was so high. Thank goodness we have moved on from this ancient practice and now know there are easier (and perhaps more appetizing) ways to treat hormonal imbalances. [Read more →]

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Combat Depression Naturally with Vitamin D

Sara Beth

July 2nd, 2014 · Healthy Living, Herbs for

fieldWe’ve all experienced those glorious moments of putting your face to the sun to absorb its rays of goodness and your whole body says “ahhh”.  You relax and feel a sense of wellbeing, but that’s not just because of the warmth and feelings of being nurtured, it’s also because it activates our body’s production of Vitamin D, something it can’t do without sunlight.  Pretty amazing right?  This vitamin’s effect on the body is impressive and there is a direct correlation between depression and Vitamin D deficiency.  If you or someone you love struggles with depression, take a closer look at supplementing with Vitamin D and some of these other natural options. [Read more →]

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The Nutritional Efficacy of CELLFOOD – Remineralize & Oxygenate Your Body

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June 23rd, 2014 · Anti-aging, Disease Prevention, Healthy Living

Clinical Observations on the Nutritional Efficacy of CELLFOOD Utilizing Live Blood Analysis and Dry Blood Analysis Microscopic Evaluation Procedures

Cellfood will purify standard tap water and will often stop a cold or flu if applied at the first signs.

Cellfood will purify standard tap water and will often stop a cold or flu if applied at the first signs.

By Michel Coyle
Director of Research and Education
NuLife Sciences 9/2002

Blood: The Perfect Mirror of Health

Based on the observed efficacy of CELLFOOD in clinical application at NuLife Sciences over a fifteen (15) year period, the following compilation of research results utilizing darkfield and brightfield microscopy has been compiled.

The purpose of this talk is to elucidate the efficacy of using CELLFOOD as a terrain
balancer, oxygenator and hydrogen ion donor. The effects of terrain therapy— especially the balancing effect of re-mineralization on the hormonal, enzymatic, digestive, structural and eliminative systems of the overall physiology— have been verified over and over again in the darkfield and brightfield blood studies conducted at NuLife Sciences. I propose this question: Since minerals are just colloidal metals, and those metals are the all-important ‘electrical wiring’—or physiological communication— of the entire body, how can the human body function optimally if the minerals are deficient? It is like trying to power a 300 watt halogen light with a micro-thin wire that also has numerous breaks in it! In other words, it is not a viable proposition. [Read more →]

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Elevated Triglycerides: How They’re Elevating Your Risk of Cardiovascular Disease

Sara Beth

June 15th, 2014 · Healthy Living, Heart Health

HeartIf you did a search in Google for “biggest risk factors for cardiovascular disease” you will find a variety of answers including: cigarette and tobacco smoke, high blood cholesterol, high blood pressure, physical inactivity, obesity and diabetes.

This list of six independent risk factors that can be modified or controlled are considered to be the major causes of cardiovascular disease. They have been the accepted reasons for the last few decades but leave out one major factor that has only recently been given mainstream attention: elevated triglycerides. Why has there been such a delay in getting the word out that elevated triglycerides are far more common in heart disease than high cholesterol and what can be done to improve your own health? Take a look. [Read more →]

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A-Z of Healthy Skin : Our Top Picks for Products and Remedies!

Sara Beth

May 26th, 2014 · Anti-aging, Antioxidant, Healthy Living

woman enjoying early springFluctuations in temperature and moisture have you wondering if it’s winter or if we really are heading into summer? Imagine how confused your skin is feeling! Winter is a thief of moisture and often we do not fully heal our skin before welcoming the sun and wind of spring and summer. What can you do? Plenty. Check out our A-Z for improving the look and feel of your skin not only naturally but easily too! Hello, gorgeous! [Read more →]

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Omegas for Kids & Adults (giveaway is now closed)

Sara Beth

April 16th, 2014 · Healthy Living, Heart Health

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This giveaway is now closed, thanks to everyone who entered! The winner will be announced soon!

It’s no secret we love a healthy heart, sharply functioning brain and joints that are properly supported but did you know that there’s a way to achieve these benefits with omega supplementation? It’s true! Our brains, joints, heart, eyes, skin, hair, nails, digestive tract and even mood can benefit from the inclusion of omega supplements in your day and, we have good news: [Read more →]

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Correcting the Omega-3 Deficiency

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March 31st, 2014 · Disease Prevention, Heart Health

This is a guest blog from Nordic Naturals.  We are happy to have such an informative blog from a company so well known for quality fish oils! Thank you Nordic Naturals!

“Brain and heart disorders resulting from long-chain omega-3 EPA and DHA deficiency are the biggest challenge to the future of humanity”

            -Global Summit on Nutrition Health and Human Behaviour

The quote above indicates the severe consequences a deficiency in omega-3 EPA and DHA will present to the world — both in the short and long term future.  EPA and DHA are the two most critical omega-3 fats required for neurological development and performance, cardiovascular function, and cellular communication.  Just like our bodies starve without vitamin C and develop scurvy, much of the developed world is starving without omega-3s. This poses a serious threat to our health and the generations that will follow. [Read more →]

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