With the introduction of sunscreen in a can, on-the-go sun worshippers delighted in a new, easy-to-apply product that allowed them to put it on quickly and easily. But do the potential health hazards of this modern convenience outweigh its benefits?
If you pay attention to the natural health community, then you’ve probably heard that echinacea benefits your health in a variety of ways.
Consider taking multivitamins as a way to help fill the nutritional gap.
Determining the triggers that can cause allergies or asthma isn’t always easy. In this blog post, we’ll identify some of the more common triggers, and what you can do to – if not eliminate them – curtail their affect on your air quality and health.
You need cleaning products you can trust to do the job, without toxic chemicals. Well we found them!
If you’re looking to manage your weight better this year, then remember: Step one is good nutrition. Reach your goal of a healthier you! First, for optimal all-around health, eat a variety of fruits and vegetables of various colours. Each colour family — from purple eggplants to red apples — offers phytonutrients with important health benefits. Then, to support your specific weight management efforts, you may want to add a nutritional supplement…. Read More
We’re already three months into the new year! There are no more excuses not to get outside, get active and get healthy! Use this opportunity as a way to “Spring Clean” up your health. Here are some wellness ideas to get your body and health up and moving along.
Quality of life can be affected when drinking water travels through distribution systems that aren’t properly maintained. That includes home plumbing.
More and more people are becoming aware of the water contaminants that come from human activities and naturally occurring circumstances. And they’re looking for ways to make their water safer, right at home.
Your home is a busy place. People are always working, playing, cooking, washing, cleaning, and moving things around. These daily activities can release small particles and chemicals that build up in the air you breathe. Whether your home is large or small, old or new, the air inside may be causing breathing problems, especially for people with allergies and asthma.