Counting sheep we have the answers

Supporting the Stress Response If we only deal with the symptom of insomnia without addressing the root cause, we would be doing a huge disservice to our patients. In almost every case where insomnia is involved, there has been a history of prolonged stress. Our first thought is most likely to recommend the Adrenal Tonic to help support the adrenal system however in many cases, I have found that providing just a single bottle of Ashwaganda does a phenomenal job of reducing stress. Blood Sugar Support Low blood sugar is a common reason for interrupted sleep. If the patient reports tossing and turning during the night, inquire further into their dietary habits at dinner and during the ev

10 Healthy Foods That Calm & De-Stress

It's time to rethink your comfort foods! Instead of turning to sugars and sweets when you're feeling overwhelmed or anxious, check out these 10 power-packed foods that reduce your stress. They're also available right here in North Carolina! Asparagus These flower-like spears are high in folate, a calming B-complex vitamin known to reduce feelings stress and anxiety and produce dopamine for the brain. Enjoy cooked or raw asparagus to reap the benefits of this powerful food. Blueberries Blueberries are a great stress reducer due to their high vitamin C content. Actually, ll berries, including strawberries, raspberries, and blackberries, are rich in vitamin C. Blueberries have the added benefit

Valentine's Day = Chocolate!..........and it's not all bad for you!!!

1. Dark chocolate is nutritious: -11 grams of fiber -67% of the RDA for Iron -58% of the RDA for Magnesium -89% of the RDA for Copper -98% of the RDA for Manganese It also has plenty of potassium, phosphorus, zinc and selenium! 2. It is a powerful source of antioxidants Dark chocolate is loaded with organic compounds that are biologically active and function as antioxidants. These include polyphenols, flavanols, catechins, among others. One study showed that cocoa and dark chocolate contained more antioxidant activity, polyphenols and flavanols than other fruits they tested, which included blueberries and Acai berries. 3. Dark Chocolate is Good for Your Heart Studies show that eating

Is pink salt good for you??

Why Himalayan Salt Is Good for You Himalayan pink salt is an extremely pure, hand-mined salt that comes from ancient sea salt deposits in the Punjab region of Pakistan. It’s believed to be the purest form of salt available. As a pink salt, Himalayan salt is rich in iron, calcium, potassium, magnesium and copper. All these nutrients are actually what give Himalayan salt its pretty pink color. (10) When ingested, real Himalayan salt is said to: Makes drinking water alkaline water Provides essential minerals and trace minerals Balance the body’s pH Normalizes metabolic functions Improves hydration Helps balance blood sugar Reduces muscle cramps by improving minerals and hydration Helps balance

stop the flu before it gets you!

Immune Support It's Time For A Little Immune Support! Other Immune Support Echinacea is the obvious choice for long-term support, however it does not have as profound of an effect for acute illness as it does for enhancing long-term immune health. The Andrographis Complex contains some Echinacea so you don't have to supplement with any additional Echinacea. Additional immune options could include: Some kind of probiotic – The innate immune system has a direct interface with the gut microbiome so adding a pre- and probiotic is always a good idea. If using ProSynbiotic, I would dose it quite high. Or you can choose another probiotic supplement that has a more potent and varied profile of mi

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