Sick Less

We’re in the thick of it — right smack dab in the middle of cold and flu (and, well, other viruses) season. It happens every year. We’re not surprised. And, of course, by now, we know the drill: Get plenty of rest.  Drink lots of fluids.  Load up on zinc, vitamin D3, and elderberry. But…

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Why You Are Cold

Ever argue over the “correct” temperature for the house? Next time, you can use evolution to back you up.  Scientists have discovered female members of species are naturally drawn to warmer temperatures because of a built-in ‘evolutionary difference.’ Researchers in Israel studied 13 species of birds and 18 bat species to determine if the animals…

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Heart Attacks & Cold

Winter is in full swing, and most of the US has been battered by a fierce winter storm. As of right now, a record-breaking 73% of America is snow-covered. Even though it’s beautiful, it can be deadly. Research is showing that frigid conditions can be dangerous to our hearts.  In a nationwide, 16 year, observational…

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That’s Not Covid-19

It’s finally Spring! Yes, real Spring!  Not the hide-n-seek, fooled-you-again early Spring that makes us think we’re in the clear and then slaps us in the face with another wintry mix, cold spell. And with the flowers in full bloom, the trees newly painted green leaves dancing in the breeze, and the birds singing their…

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Don’t Get Sick!

  If you’re into immunity boosters, you’re going to be into Liposomal Glutathione. Why? Because glutathione is one of the most powerful antioxidants naturally produced in the body, protecting virtually every tissue. It’s unique in that the body is able to make it in the liver, which is not true of most antioxidants. The functions…

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5 Rules: Skip Cold & Flu Season

Do you want the good news or bad news first? We’ll start with the good news: It’s officially the Christmas Season! Time for snowball fights and some sledding; For hot cocoa and cozy fires and maybe indulging yourself a little with sweet treats and long naps.   And now for the bad news: It’s cold…

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