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April 2018

April 2018

When touring pet food aisles at the pet store or the supermarket, pet owners may become overwhelmed by the options at their disposal. Many pet owners choose to replicate their own diets when choosing foods for their pets, and a popular trend is to avoid grain when selecting pet foods.…
For years, the troubling trend of consumers spending more and insurance paying less for everyday health care expenses has continued. The health care consumer feels bound to the traditional health care model, with no choice but to stomach the increased costs. This trend, however, can only go so far before…
These F-words (fat and fiber) are truly magic, and your mom won’t wash your mouth with soap either! You want to lose weight and keep it off this time. See, I can read your mind. Reading your mind is not that hard because losing weight and keeping it off is…
Did you ever wonder how much of your income you should save for retirement? Financial advisors may offer some general guidelines, although there are so many different recommendations that this can be confusing and discouraging. For years many advisers suggested using an 80-10-10 ratio, living on 80 percent, saving 10…
This is my story about discovering and living with allergies. Read on to discover how completing several detoxification programs in later years helped me to reduce and eventually eliminate my hay fever symptoms. This may not be true for everyone, but for those seeking natural allergy remedies, it can be…
Tai chi and qi gong classes are becoming more popular and available to people in Northeast Wisconsin. Six years ago, a doctor introduced me to qi gong, and I began tai chi during my time in the LIVESTRONG® cancer survivor program. I started the practice to help build back my…
For some people, the word organic is synonymous with the word expensive, but it doesn’t have to be. Sure, a dozen eggs that say they are organic tend to be double the price of the regular, non-organic variety, but why is that? Do the chickens know they are organic? The…
Until recently, there was little that could be done to reverse Alzheimer’s disease. Now that Dr. Dale Bredesen and the Institute for Functional have teamed up, the prognosis for an individual with Alzheimer’s disease or mild cognitive impairment is about to change. My article last month focused on the three…
Today in our hectic world people need to relax more than ever. As adults we have so much responsibility balancing careers and family. Many of the younger generation are very homebound and get crowd anxiety even when making a simple but necessary trip to the grocery store. Even the children…
Conventional wisdom says that what goes up, must come down. But even if you view market volatility as a normal occurrence, it can be tough to handle when it’s your money at stake. Though there’s no foolproof way to handle the ups and downs of the stock market, the following…
Homeowners often aspire to have attractive backyards that look like they belong in a magazine. While these can be picturesque and functional for adults, they may not be entirely practical for homeowners who have young children, especially when the majority of the yard is covered with paving stones or concrete.…
Bruce*, as a younger version of himself, never really felt comfortable in his own body. He always seemed to have difficulty with flexibility and balance. After a diagnosis with scoliosis in his early teens, his discomfort within his body only seemed to worsen. To cope, he became an avid practitioner…
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