June 6, 2017

For people who suffer from conditions like Rheumatoid Arthritis or chronic injuries, joint pain can be agonizing and can seriously affect their quality of life. Joint pain and inflammation can affect the knees, hips, ankles, shoulders, and more and can be truly debilitating. Let’s take a closer look at this condition and what you can do to help yourself if you are suffering.

Causes of Joint Pain

Injuries that affect the tendons or ligaments that surround the bones in the body can cause joint inflammation which in turn can ca...

October 25, 2016

Cinnamon is commonly known as a sweet spice that adds powerful flavor to desserts, teas and other dishes. For thousands of years, it’s been prized for its ability to add a significant amount of flavor to food and for its surprisingly numerous health benefits. There are scientific studies that demonstrate that cinnamon is a potent source of antioxidants, has antibacterial properties, and has been shown to lower blood glucose levels in people who take it. Here are some benefits of cinnamon that might make you seriously think...

March 23, 2016


The harsh environmental elements of the winter and spring seasons can wreak havoc on your skin. The dry air of winter can leave your skin starved for moisture and can cause symptoms like scaly, rough, and itchy skin. Couple that with the pollens and allergens of the spring air and your skin can start getting rashy and red fast. Wind, air and sun can also cause premature aging and skin irritations too. Here are some tips for nourishing your skin this season:

● Choose skincare that has soothing elements. Body washes and lot...

February 11, 2016

Essential oils are pure natural oils that tend to take on the characteristic and smell of the plant that they are extracted from. And although they tend to smell simply divine, they are more than just a “pretty face” (or rather, a pretty smell). Essential oils can be powerful allies when it comes to your beauty regimen, extending the life and lushness of damaged hair. Here is a quick primer of six essential oils that can dramatically improve your hair:

  1. Lemongrass: Aside from having a lovely scent, lemongrass offers a nu...

January 15, 2016

It may be no surprise that green tea is healthy. In the past ten years, this beverage has experienced a surge in popularity thanks to the number of studies that have been conducted that show its astounding health benefits. Green tea, which can be sipped as part of a warm beverage or taken in a supplement form, or as part of a blended supplement, boasts ample benefits to both the mind and body.

Green tea has been used as a medicine for thousands of years in Eastern countries like China and has been known to help conditions r...

December 9, 2015

There are so many vitamins that are necessary for the vitality of your body systems that it’s difficult to keep them all straight but some are extremely essential to overall wellness. One vitamin that is on the “must have” list for healthy living is vitamin B2. Also known as riboflavin, vitamin B2 is an essential nutrient that can be found in vitamin B rich foods such as nuts, milk, meats, eggs and many green veggies. Frequently used in combination with other B vitamins like thiamine (B1), niacin (B3), pantothenic acid (B5...

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