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A Pet to Love: Having a Pet Helps You Live Longer

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Over 60 percent of households in the United States have a pet, and this is with good reason. Pets provide families with countless hours of cuddles and laughter. Owning a dog or a cat, whether that pet is a rescue or straight from a reputable breeder,... Read full article

All Natural Remedies for Dry Skin

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Winter is coming! The chilly weather brings a beautiful change in scenery, family gatherings, and cozy nights by the fire. Unfortunately, the cold air can also lead to dry itchy skin. Many moisturizers on the market contain parabens, phalates and oth... Read full article

Natural Dandruff Remedies

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Despite the negative social stigma about dandruff, at least 50 percent of people struggle with a flaky scalp. So, if you have dandruff, you are not alone. An itchy, flaky scalp is a widespread issue caused by a variety of factors ranging from diet an... Read full article

Restore Thinning Hair with Biotin

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Thinning hair doesn’t have to be the norm for you. Hair “thinning” is actually hair loss. It’s important to know why your hair is falling out and what you can do to address the problem, but boosting your diet by adding foods with biotin, iodine, iron... Read full article



Paleo Strawberry Shortcake

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Love is in the air! With so many love-inspired dishes out there, incorporating strawberries is a must. Since one of my little ones has a gluten intolerance, I had to start building my recipe box back up with things he could enjoy. These straw... Read full article

Banana Mocha Ice Cream

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Wake Up, Coffee, Lunchbox

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You know how it goes…you wake up, have your coffee, get the kids up and dressed, and you realize, “Oh my gosh, I forgot to pack lunches!” Since they eat a lot, we would like the snacks and lunches to be somewhat healthy. Also the food should be with... Read full article

5 Ways to go Green at Home

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The average American generates nearly five pounds of garbage per day. That’s almost a ton of garbage per person per year. These numbers are twice what they were 50 years ago. And 75 percent of that waste is eligible for recycling, but only 30 percent... Read full article