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Chasteberry (also known as chaste-tree berry, vitex or monk’s pepper) is the fruit of the chaste tree, a small shrub-like tree native to central Asia and the Mediterranean region. The name is thought to come from a belief that the plant promoted chastity — it is reported that monks in…
Ingredients One package Mudd Creek Gluten Free Pasta Mix (prepare according to package directions for Spinach Pasta) Two chicken breasts, cooked and shredded ⅓ cup olive oil 3 tablespoons pesto 3 teaspoons Mudd Creek Whole Lotta Garlic Butter Spice/Rub 1-8 ounces goat cheese, crumbled (you may substitute feta) 2 cups…
It’s rare to find a life coach who can open the window to your soul by looking at your hands. That’s the unique ability of Kathy Clegg, owner of MP Possibilities Coaching. She cuts straight to the heart of who you really are by tapping into your life blueprint through…
We have been convinced as a society that our bodies are of the physical world only. We are made up of simple building blocks — flesh, blood and cells — that all work independently. The mechanistic paradigm describes these parts as similar to those of a machine; they will inevitably…
Holistic health, as an alternative approach to wellness, does not function in competition with the American Medical Association but rather works in conjunction with it, aiming to present safe, common-sense, tried-and-true tools for self-maintenance, prevention and health on all levels — physical, emotional and spiritual. Holistic health sees the body,…
Warrior Pose 1, 2 and 3 — or Virabhadrasana 1, 2 and 3 — can instill fear or boredom. But why? It is a very strength-related asana and it is incorporated into many yoga classes, but do we know why we do it? And what is it all about? The…
Often I am asked about how to find love, express love or receive love. The whole world seems to be starving for love and even those “in love” desire their love to be deeper and more meaningful. The answer I give people always surprises them. I tell them that love…
Have you heard the expression “throw the kitchen sink at them”? In my veterinary practice, I commonly use this phrase to explain one of my treatment options. Conventional-minded practitioners would be appalled at this approach, yet science produces evidence every day that this is the best approach to medicine and…
“Can I tell you how it feels here?” she asked on her first visit to my home. “Sure,” I replied, “I’m open to feedback.” “It feels old.” That’s all she needed to say. Of course it does, I thought. I’ve known it for a while but not actually admitted it…
Iodine is one of nature’s most amazing minerals. Unfortunately for our health, it is one that has been largely forgotten. But it wasn’t always that way. Before the widespread use of synthetic drugs, iodine was recommended for everything: healing wounds and disease, destroying bacteria and viruses, and possibly even preventing…
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