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Bee Sting Remedies

I got stung by a bee the other day and requested input from my Facebook friends. Check out the remedies recommended. Do you have a remedy that’s worked for you? Post it in the comments! Post by Lucas Seipp-Williams.

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Did You Know 33% of Homeless Men Are Veterans? Interview with Michael Seipp of The Baltimore Station [audio]

Listen To The Interview: Michael Seipp is the executive director of The Baltimore Station. He explains how to best support our veterans struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder, addiction and homelessness (and why it’s a no-brainer that we do so). Did You Know… roughly 33% of all homeless men are VETERANS 500,000-700,000 men per night are […]

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Interview: Joan Norman from One Straw Farm! [audio]

   Listen To The Interview:   Listen In To Learn… How to save money buying local, “organic” produce! The many hidden benefits of being a CSA member. How + when you can party with Joan + Drew! (our favorite) What to ask and look for when choosing the farmers you support. Some of the history […]

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4 Success Strategies To Stop Overeating At Holiday Meals (Luke’s Update)

How do Holiday meals go for you? I’m checking in post-Thanksgiving 2012 and I’m very happy. I’ve come a long way from the days when I’d eat and drink myself into a bloated, gassy, moody fog that would last until my January detox. This year, I was in control with food, enjoying family, and feeling […]

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Mindless Snacking? Low Energy? Try This! [Video]

Low Energy? Crashes? Your Most Energizing “Snack” Everything is food. Think outside the box when you choose how to address energy lows: Sometimes Water, sometimes Food, sometimes Meditation, and ALWAYS… A 5 Minute High Energy Daily Dance Party (DDP)!

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Got Kids? Picky Eaters? Top 3 Tips for Raising Healthy Eaters

Top 3 Tips Raising Healthy Eaters and Supporting Picky Eaters I was one of the pickiest eaters of all time. I only ate orange foods for a time! It drove my relatives crazy and worried my parents. The pediatrician advised- “Don’t force him. He’ll expand his food choices when he is ready.” Tip #1: Don’t Force It Thankfully, my parents […]

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The #1 Nutrition Study (and how to apply the findings for health and longevity)

[jwplayer config=”640-480″ mediaid=”1374″] Basic Summary of Take-Aways Eat only whole foods. Eat no processed foods. Take care to eat the highest quality foods. (e.g. organic veggies, grass fed animals) Understand the critical role of fats and fat soluble vitamins. (e.g. Advanced Summary of Dietary Keys The 11 common characteristics of the “primitive” diets of the 14 […]

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Sun Salutation [Video]

The Sun Salutation A powerful warm up to the day and for any exercise routine. The sun salutation sequence in yoga utilizes all the major muscle groups and stimulates the “rest and relaxation” side of your nervous system. 10 sun salutations every morning is an energizing start to the day. 10 sun salutations before workouts […]

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Embracing the Changes of Motherhood [Moms]

Embracing the changes of motherhood By Heather Sobieralski, Certified Professional Health Coach Listen in on an interview with life coach and mom Heather Sobieralski www.mymamamojo.com Download the Interview Here When a woman becomes a mother, EVERYTHING CHANGES. Many of these changes are positive, as children enrich our lives, teach us how to love unconditionally and are inspirational for […]

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