August 7, 2018

Get in Shape Without being Perfect

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by DON SALADINO Now that summer is here, it’s difficult not to think about being a bit more exposed than any other time of year—barbecues, pool time or maybe just not having to wear extra layers because of the weather. The problem is that most of us feel like we must go “all in” with […]

July 18, 2018

10 Chain Restaurants You Should Never Eat At

  by Dr Josh Axe Fast food restaurants get a bad reputation and for good reason — have you seen what’s in a chicken nugget? But casual dining chain restaurants often get a free pass from customers. Perhaps it’s because there are no drive-thru’s and the food doesn’t come in a paper bag, but consumers […]

November 11, 2017

Damaging Health Effect of Gluten and Wheat

by Dr Don Colbert It is a known fact by now that the human digestion system was not built to accommodate the amount of wheat and gluten that we eat on an everyday basis. Gluten-grains, including wheat, barley and rye, can be damaging to our health by causing autoimmune diseases. Top Reasons to Pass on […]

November 2, 2017

Proven Benefits of Papaya

By Dr. Mercola Once believed to be native only to Southern Mexico and Central America, papayas are now commonly found in every tropical and subtropical country. Although they have exacting climate conditions for growth and fruit production, they do make good plants for container gardens when the moisture and temperature levels can be controlled. The […]

October 17, 2017

The Link Between Cartoons and Obesity

Beware of Saturday Morning Cartoons: There is a strong link between marketing junk to our kids and childhood obesity by Jordan Rubin The influence of media is nothing new, and most of us could not imagine life without today’s technology. There’s a down side, though, and perhaps the greatest negative impact is that the media […]

October 7, 2017

Exercise Myths

There are many myths surrounding exercise, but some of them surface more than others.  Here’s a quick look at three myths you absolutely MUST know: Myth #1:  “I don’t have time to exercise.” This one is probably the most common myth.  While it’s true that we live in a culture that goes nonstop, we still […]

June 21, 2017

Detoxing – How and Why

by Dr Don Colbert The long days of Summer are often filled with more activities than the cold and dark days of winter. This year you want to be feeling and looking your best so you can fully enjoy all that the season has to offer. That’s why you need to detox for the Summer! […]

April 15, 2016

Quinoa Kaleidoscope Salad

By Dr Gwen Eager in Extraordinary Health Magazine 27 Quinoa Salad INGREDIENTS: (USE ORGANIC) DRESSING: 1⁄4 cup olive oil 11⁄2 Tablespoons apricot preserves 1 teaspoon dijon 1 garlic clove, minced SALAD: 1 cup quinoa 1 cup water 2 cups vegetable broth 1 Tablespoon Garden of Life coconut oil 1⁄2 cup chopped walnuts 1 cup chopped […]

December 15, 2015

Power Up the RAW Way with Raw Meal

By Rhonda Price in Extraordinary Health Magazine Vol 17 Deciphering one of Toni Lee’s business cards can be either interesting or confusing. Her titles include: Fitness Model, Athlete, Bodybuilder, TV/Film Producer, Comedian, TV Host, Fitness Trainer, Motivational Speaker, Bikini Competitor, Actress. It’s a long description for the multi-talented, petite woman who captured our attention when she […]

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