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Natural Ways to Relieve Uterine Fibroids

Relieve Uterine Fibroids Naturally With Acupuncture According to the Mayo Clinic, for women between the ages of 19-60, uterine fibroids may be a reality of life. These noncancerous growths can wreak havoc on menstruation and daily life. Being fairly common and affecting upwards of 75% of women at some stage in life does not make having fibroids any easier. With no known cause for the development of uterine fibroids, there
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The Reality of Food Labels: Gluten Free, Natural, Grass Fed

The Reality of Gluten Free, Natural, Grass Fed Food Labels Welcome back to part two of our article series on Food Labels. Our first article looked at the organic and non-gmo food labeling. Now we examine the ubiquitous ‘gluten-free,’ the ambiguous ‘natural,’ and other nutritious seals with varying degrees of certified definitions. Gluten-Free & Celiacs Did you know that Gluten-Free is a voluntary label for manufacturers to denote that their
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The Reality of Food Labels: Organic and Non GMO

The Reality of Organic and Non GMO Food Labels With the plethora of food label insignias we see at the grocery store, it can be confusing to navigate through the aisles and make an informed choice that aligns to our personal values. Here, we endeavor to cut through the fog of labeling standards and uncover the truth of what it means to be ‘organic’ or ‘non-gmo’ or ‘gluten-free,’ and the
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Make the Common Cold Uncommon This Season

Make the Common Cold Uncommon This Season ’Tis the season for runny noses and sniffles. As the weather begins to turn, it’s nice to know that there are ways to prevent catching a cold. And if you do begin to feel ill, there are many solutions that Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) offers to get well again. Wind Carries Pathogens In TCM, Wind is a cause of disease. Think about it,
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3 Ways for Weathering the Storm of Emotions

Healing Trauma: Weathering the Storm of Emotions Recently along the Gulf coast of the United States, two historic hurricanes touched ashore and touched many lives. The twin hurricanes accumulated an estimated damage of $150 to $200 billion in total. Flooded homes, evacuees, casualties. Many people lost everything and that resonates throughout their families, loved ones, and communities. Our hearts and thoughts are with those who survived and those that did
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5 Myths of Back Pain

5 Myths of Back Pain Pop quiz, what do you think is the leading cause of disability worldwide? If you thought low back pain, bingo! In the United States, we spend over $50 billion annually on just back pain. Ouch. Since it is so ubiquitous and many are touched by pains in the back, there are some common misconceptions floating around. Lets lift the veil of back pain and show
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The History of Acupuncture

The Concise History of Acupuncture Chinese Medicine is comprised of numerous healing modalities. The nutritional sciences of herbal medicine and dietetics utilize ingested and topical medicaments. The bodywork arts of cupping, tui na, and gua sha work exteriorly to treat patterns of disharmony (i.e. disease). Still, the most popular and well-known aspect of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is Acupuncture. Even so, the precise origination of acupuncture is a bit vague.
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Adrenal Fatigue and the Acupuncture Fix

Adrenal Fatigue and the Acupuncture Fix Adrenal Fatigue, Burnout, or Hypoadrenia are used interchangeably to describe a similar phenomenon. That is, the deleterious effects of distress. In academia and clinical practice, the powers that be do not recognize adrenal fatigue, or its other names, as a clinical diagnosis. Adrenal fatigue was initially termed by James Wilson, DC, ND, PhD at the end of the last century. Since then, no medical
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