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The miracle of exercise…

We know that regular physical activity lifts the spirits, helps with inflammation and lowers cardiovascular risks, but according to the latest research exercise reduces the risk of seven different types of cancer. In the latest study, the Journal of Clinical Oncology sought to look at how exercise affects the immune system, specifically as related to different types of cancer. They

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The calming power of CBD for dogs!

CBD, cannabidiol, is a substance found in cannabis and hemp. It’s sort of all the rage now for a variety of health problems in humans, but according to Dr. Jerry Klein, the American Kennel Club’s Chief Veterinary Officer, it is growing in popularity when it comes to naturally treating various ailments in dogs. First and very importantly, CBD, or cannabidiol,

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Strength training and acupuncture–an ideal combo!

If you’re reading this blog, we know you have health goals! It’s widely know that an abundance of research over the. last couple of decades proves that one of the best ways to enhance your health is to add strength training to your workout regimen. Research posted on Harvard Health celebrates the power of weight training to build bone mass,

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The power of chocolate to you!

So, the power of laughter to heal is well known…But a simple and sweet smile has some astonishing superpowers, too. Researchers in Britain used MRIs to examine the power of smiling–and they found that when we lift those corners of our mouth, that our brains have the same chemical high that we’d get from 2000 bars of chocolate! Or, amazingly,

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Laugh (snort, chuckle, guffaw, chortle, giggle) for your health!

“Remember laughing? Laughter enhances the blood flow to the body’s extremities and improves cardiovascular function. Laughter releases endorphins and other natural mood elevating and pain-killing chemicals, improves the transfer of oxygen and nutrients to internal organs. Laughter boosts the immune system and helps the body fight off disease, cancer cells as well as viral, bacterial and other infections. Being happy

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Drinking Tea Is Good For Your Brain

Tea has been shown to positively impact our health, but a new study has come out that links drinking tea with better brain health. “Upon analysing the participants’ cognitive performance and imaging results, the research team found that individuals who consumed either green tea, oolong tea, or black tea at least four times a week for about 25 years had

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So What Does CBD Oil Treat?

Now that you’ve learned a little about the difference between full-spectrum, broad-spectrum, and the isolate forms of CBD oil, let’s talk about what CBD oil is commonly used for. Keep in mind that researchers are still in the early stages of determining the various ways CBD oil interacts with the human body. Much more work needs to be done to

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CBD Isolate vs. Broad-Spectrum vs. Full-Spectrum

We have recently started carrying CBD products, and we know you’ll have questions, so here’s a primer. CBD refers to cannabinoids, which are the natural phytochemical found in the cannabis plant. There are over 113 different cannabinoids (CBD and THC have been researched the most), and they interact with our endocannabinoid system (ECS) in a variety of ways. The ECS

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Optimism Is Good For Your Health

Research studies so often focus on the risk factors for various diseases and shortened life spans, but they rarely focus on what makes us more likely to be health and live a long life. “After decades of research, a new study links optimism and prolonged life. Researchers have found that individuals with greater optimism are more likely to live longer

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Is Grounding/Earthing Beneficial To Your Health?

A study from the National Institutes of Health showed that “grounding” or “earthing” might actually have a beneficial impact on health. The study states: “Emerging evidence shows that contact with the Earth—whether being outside barefoot or indoors connected to grounded conductive systems—may be a simple, natural, and yet profoundly effective environmental strategy against chronic stress, ANS dysfunction, inflammation, pain, poor

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