How Diabetes Affects Various Parts Of The Body

  Photo via Pixabay by Geralt Diabetes affects an estimated 29 million people in the United States, and although the disease can be caused by many factors and can come in different forms, the symptoms are usually very similar. Some people are diagnosed with it at a very early age; this is usually called Type 1[…]

5 Tips For Healthy, Radiant Skin

By Rosemary A. Fotheringham, NTP Good skin comes from the inside-out! As the weather changes, our skin care needs change, as well. Here are some tips from a nutritional therapy practitioner for caring for your skin as the weather gets colder. Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate. Make a hydrating drink with the electrolyte concentrate E-Lyte diluted in water, and[…]

Help For Gluten Sensitivity

Getting glutened can feel just like the flu:  you might feel achy, fatigued, depressed, headachy, have gastrointestinal distress, get a rash, experience swelling or joint pain, or other not-so-fun experiences. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to help get over getting “glutened”―and there’s even now something you can do to prevent getting[…]

Fitting in Fitness for Telecommuters

by Grace T. DeSimone, B.A. It is 3 P.M. and you are in your pajamas pecking away at your keyboard, when you realize you have not brushed your teeth or even looked in a mirror. Yup, you are a tele­commuter. Telecommuting (AKA working from home) is be­coming common place as more companies embrace the trend.[…]