Category Archive: Blog

Mar 18

What foods should you avoid if you have GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease)?

What foods should you avoid if you have GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease)? You will want to avoid foods that are either acidic, fatty, or spicy. You should also avoid carbonated beverages. Here is a list of specific foods to avoid: Dairy: Cottage Cheese Ice Cream Sour Cream Drinks: Alcohol Cranberry Juice Coffee Tea Grapefruit Juice …

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Mar 16

Metabolic Dysfunction and the Microbiome

We’ve come to think that our bodies are our own, but science has recently shown that our bodies are shared vessels with trillions of bacteria that call our bodies home. This might come as a shock if you haven’t heard of the microbiome. The microbiome is the collective genes of 100 trillion bacteria that live …

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Feb 27

4 Ways You Can Make an Infused Oil

Infusing your own oil doesn’t have to be complicated. These four short videos show you a variety of ways to make an infused oil. Method 1: • Cover dry herb with Olive, sesame or sweet almond oil, etc. • Add oil until covered with 1/2 inch oil. • Stir/shake daily for 14 – 30 days …

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Feb 23

CardioxLDL™ : Winning the Fight for Heart and Cholesterol Health

Forget what you think you know about cholesterol…that LDL and HDL levels are the most important indicators of heart wellness. Recent discoveries show that oxidized cholesterol is the true offender. Cholesterol becomes oxidized as it is exposed to free radicals within the body, and this altered cholesterol can negatively impact the healthy function and flow …

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Feb 22

Where Can I Buy Essential Oils?

Essential oils are a big deal these days – and for good reason. They provide numerous health benefits, can easily clean your home, and perhaps best of all, they remove the need for harsh cleaning chemicals and other harmful products that pose a threat to the health of you and your family. With the popularity …

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Feb 19

3 Options for Addicted PTSD Sufferers

Studies have shown that roughly one in three people seeking addiction treatment have symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). These statistics reveal an alarming rate of self-medication among sufferers of PTSD. Though treating PTSD symptoms with drugs and alcohol is common, self-medication in this manner actually aggravates the symptoms by increasing depression, anxiety, and physical …

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Feb 02

How to Become a Wellness Coach

  During the last couple of years, wellness coaching, or health coaching, has become a growing field. With perks like being self-employed and having flexible hours and the overall goal of helping people set and achieve health, nutrition and fitness goals, it’s easy to see why. But what exactly is a wellness coach? And how …

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Jan 18

5 Nature’s Sunshine Supplements for Nervous System Support

SAM-e is a natural compound manufactured by the body and present in all living cells. It is required in over 40 biochemical reactions, helping with a variety of functions, including mood regulation, cognitive function, general nerve conditions, a healthy inflammation response, and liver and heart health. People who are deficient in this nutrient or who …

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Jan 11

IN.FORM Recipe: Power House Protein Muffins

This recipe was submitted by SARAH HILL, CNHP. Mix together wet ingredients: 2 eggs 1 T vanilla (or more to taste preference) ½ c. Almond/Coconut/Chia Blend milk (Unsweetened) 1/2 c. oil (I like to use a combination of grass-fed butter, coconut oil, & MCT oil) In separate bowl – dry ingredients: ½ c. NSP’s Vanilla Nutri-Burn …

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Jan 10

Food Cravings – What Your Body Really Needs

Listen to Your Body If you are craving something your body is speaking to you. Listen to it! For example, if you are craving sweets, your body may need chromium, phosphorus, sulfur, or tryptophan. Instead of going for a sweet you can take a supplement or find the chromium, phosphorus, sulfur, or tryptophan in the foods …

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