Wellness

April 22, 2017

Say NO to GMO with Your Grocery Dollar

From farmer's markets to grocery stores, here's how to shop with confidence and avoiding GMO foods: When in doubt, Go organic. The USDA National Organic Standards prohibit the use of GMOs. Look for the Certified Organic Seal on labels for produce as well as meat, dairy, eggs, fish and all packaged foods. Look for the Non-GMO Project...Continue reading →

April 21, 2017

Genetically Modified Foods (GMOs): What You Need To Know

If you've paid even a little attention to food industry news, you know there's huge concern over Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) in our food supply. It's estimated that more than half of America's processed grocery products contain GM ingredients. Since at least the 1990's we've been consuming genetically modified ingredients primarily in breads, cheeses, sodas,...Continue reading →

April 03, 2017 Jeannie Oliver

ANTI-INFLAMMATORY TURMERIC LATTE

This is a delicious, soothing beverage and one of my favorites on a cold night when I want to sip something hot and rich without caffeine. It’s also great to drink when you aren’t feeling 100% or if you’re feeling stiff and achy. This traditional version of this drink (which uses black pepper and no vanilla)...Continue reading →

January 17, 2017 Sue Mowrer

IT’S JANUARY. HOW’S YOUR THYROID DOING?

The other day Kari brought to our attention that January is Thyroid Awareness month.  Who knew?  To which I replied, “I don’t think I even know what my thyroid does.” Kari  reminded me that her development of Kari Skin products came about as a way of dealing with her autoimmune disorder to keep her endocrine...Continue reading →

January 12, 2017 Jeannie Oliver

COLLAGEN BOOSTING FOODS FOR YOUTHFUL SKIN

After a summer of sunshine and outdoor activities, many of my clients are concerned about damage to their skin. Many of us spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars on topical creams, serums, injectables and treatments to reverse the signs of aging, but forget that our diet has a bigger impact than any of these...Continue reading →

January 06, 2017 Sue Mowrer

THIRSTY SKIN? HOW ABOUT A NICE CUPPA TEA?

When I was in 7th grade, my best friend and I became enchanted by all things English, especially Agatha Christie mysteries.  Her characters always seemed to be enjoying a restorative “cuppa tea”.  We seized on this civilized tradition and would get together after school for tea and cookies.   We drank a lot of Lipton...Continue reading →

November 22, 2016 Sue Mowrer

SPILLING THE BEANS ON CAFFEINE

Be  Kind to Your Skin …From Within!    Tip #1:  Never Have Caffeine On an Empty Stomach For years I drank my morning latte in lieu of breakfast because I was either in a hurry or just didn’t feel hungry. I didn’t realize it but my beloved morning coffee was contributing to my anxiety and...Continue reading →

November 04, 2016 Sue Mowrer

SUPRISING NEWS ON SUGAR AND FAT

With Halloween just behind us, some of us may be suffering from a sugar hangover.  I’ll confess:  I love a sweet treat.  But I also know sugar has been revealed to be one of the least healthful things we can put in our bodies.  In fact, it’s hard to think of a good reason to...Continue reading →

September 15, 2016 Sue Mowrer

VITAMINS: GIVE ME AN “A”!

Let’s stir up our bowl of alphabet soup of healthy foods and vitamins  and see what pops up.   Today it’s all about Vitamin A.   Why is it important for your skin? Vitamin A protects against UV damage , which can help slow signs of aging. It encourages healthy skin by stimulating cell production and turnover...Continue reading →

September 14, 2016 Sue Mowrer

HOLD THE SUGAR! GREEN SMOOTHIES & JUICES.

For the past few months, I’ve been on a mission to eat more protein and green vegetables.   As someone who considered a good cup of coffee my breakfast  – with  maybe a glass of juice if I wanted to be “healthier” – this has been quite a change in my morning routine. So I’ve been trying out...Continue reading →

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