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  • Keto Biscuits Recipe
    Eating keto can be challenging especially if you love bread products. One of the first things you tend to notice about bread is that it is really not about the Read more
  • Can Food Reduce Your Stress? Part F
    Part F is for Fish: Fishing is considered a fun hobby or pastime and even just sitting on a boat for most of a day even if you don’t catch anything Read more
  • Can Food Reduce Your Stress? Part C
    Part C is for Chocolate: Different foods have been used over the years by many to help with healing and improving one’s stress levels. What are some foods that you can Read more
  • Magnesium
    Magnesium is an important mineral in the human body and has many important functions and uses including development of bones, DNA, RNA as well as helping calcium and potassium ions Read more
  • Vitamin C and Immunity
    Is it really all that important? These days it seems there are all these much fancier vitamins; Elderberry, CoQ10 to name a few but could Vitamin C actually be more Read more
  • Will Sleep Help your Immune System? COVID-19?
    Decreased sleep has long been known to increase a number of risk factors, including heart attack, stroke, asthma, cancer, depression and many more (1). The CDC estimates that around 35% of Read more
  • Vitamin D, Immunity & Your Nervous System
    Keeping your immune system strong is important in fighting off viruses and diseases. There are many things one can do to help with this. A very important Vitamin, D, will Read more
  • Can Zinc help you fight the Coronavirus?
    Zinc is an essential mineral that can be found in numerous food sources. It has long been known to be linked to decreased immune function when you are deficient (1,2). It Read more
  • Are You in Hot Water?
    Due to recent events related to the Covid-19 virus there have been lots of recommendations provided by numerous Public Health Organizations including the CDC. One of the biggest ways you Read more
  • Fall Football
    Fall has come and one of the great pastimes many partake in with that is football. Often we will gather ‘round our televisions with family and friends all cozied up Read more
  • Coffee - Getting to the Grind of the Matter
    Coffee is something beloved by most, some call it life blood and need it to stay awake, get awake or they just like the taste. Coffee has been around since Read more
  • Sleeping and Coffee
    Coffee, especially in the Northwest is a way of life and sometimes much needed to get a jump on the darkness in the early mornings, but what kind of effect Read more
  • Sleeping Habits - Part 2: Alcohol and Sleeping
    Another possible sleep disturber is alcohol. An article review has found they all mention that there are irregular sleeping patterns when one is drinking alcohol[1,2,3,4]. These articles also go on Read more
  • Sleeping Habits - Part 1: Smoking and Sleeping
    How does smoking affect one’s sleeping habits? More people seem to be going to electronic cigarettes and with that smoking indoors is easier and less of a burden on one’s Read more
  • Spines and Book Spines
    It’s back to school and with that come backpacks. Often times schools do not allow lockers for students and many are therefore forced to carry their books, binders even lunch Read more
  • Fighting to Remember
    What to do to help prevent Alzheimer's, dementia and memory loss One of the things most prevalent in our society is an increased amount of those suffering with memory loss. It Read more

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