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Kick Your Autoimmune Disorder to the Curb With Yoga and Mindfulness

For Sheryl Utal, she never truly felt well. Throughout her childhood and into college, she struggled with muscle and joint pain, dry skin, constipation and fatigue. Doctors always told her to simply “toughen up” and dismissed her symptoms. It wasn’t until she was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s — an autoimmune disorder of the thyroid gland — at the age of 25 — that the pieces of the puzzle finally began to fit together.

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Maintaining Healthy Boundaries When Being of Service

Being of service to others and the world can bring immense joy, inspiration and fulfillment. But, when offering service, maintaining healthy boundaries is essential if we are to remain aligned and in balance. It’s so easy to become exhausted, depleted or resentful through giving too much of ourselves. In this article we explore what it means to have healthy boundaries and how this enhances our lives and that of those around us.

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Sage Boosts Moods, Memory and Multitasking

Sage belongs to the Salvia plant family – derived from the Latin word salvere which means, “to heal.” To heal, indeed. Sage (Salvia officinalis and Salvia lavandulaefolia) is a delicious cooking and culinary herb but it has also been used for thousands of years for a variety of ailments.

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  Reverse the effects of a fatty diet with fish oil supplements  

Reverse the effects of a fatty diet with fish oil supplements

Fish oil has been held in high regard for its myriad of health benefits for a number of years now. Hearing it is good for youis really no surprise, but we are really just beginning to understand how beneficial it truly is.

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  Ginkgo Biloba Treats Children with ADHD  

Ginkgo Biloba Treats Children with ADHD

Ginkgo biloba has been utilised to treat brain and neurological conditions for centuries in traditional medicine. Now we find it can help children with ADHD.

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