Managing Your Health Is A Choice

Managing Your Health Is A Choice
Do you believe you have the ability to be in charge of your health? It’s a personal choice to take better care of your body in order to prevent or reverse the effects of certain ailments or diseases. You have the ability to eat a healthy diet, exercise, develop a positive mindset, and strive for balance in your life.

If you aren’t sure what to do or how to go about implementing strategies to improve your health and wellness find someone to help you. Find a natural wellness consultant, coach, nutritionist, or personal trainer. Enlist a family member, friend, or colleague. Who you get to help depends on what your goal is.



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5 Ways to Enjoy a Plentiful Harvest

Take advantage of the abundance of local fruits and vegetables when they’re in season. There’s only so much you can eat fresh but there are are a few quick and easy things you can do to enjoy produce well after the season has ended.

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Tips For Spectacular Summer Travel Part 1

Does Summer mean vacation and long weekends away for you? Me too! But it can lead to a break from healthy habits and routines and that may not be in the best interest of your health and well-being. Think ahead and plan ways to stay on track with your wellness regime while traveling.

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Thrive Outdoors This Summer With These Tips


Summer is almost here. Yippee! Many people look forward to it especially “up North” as we say around here. It does come with it’s own challenges so it’s a good idea to be prepared.

Soak in the summer sunshine while you spend time in the garden, at the pool or the lake, hiking, or just enjoying a walk through the neighborhood. Exposure to sunlight is good for the soul and your health!

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The Importance of Washing Fruits and Vegetables


It’s Farmer’s Market season. Eating fruits and vegetables is a great way to support good health. However, the fresh produce you purchase may be covered with pesticide residue, if it’s not certified organic.

Produce grown in the United States may actually have more pesticide residue than produce grown in other parts of the world. Buying organic vegetables and fruit reduces the exposure but does not eliminate it. Cross contamination could come from neighboring fields, continued presence of persistent pesticides in the soil, or the accidental or fraudulent use of pesticides.

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