Thyroid Health: What Is It & Why Should You Care?

Thyroid Health: What Is It & Why Should You Care?

You’ve heard of the butterflies in your stomach…but did you know you have one in your neck? The thyroid is a butterfly-shaped endocrine gland located at the base of your neck. It is formed by two lobes. A small bridge connects the two lobes located on respective sides...
Iodine: Tiny But Mighty

Iodine: Tiny But Mighty

Is it true that some of the most substantive minerals in our bodies function in the smallest doses? Well…YES! The amount needed does not reflect importance. Trace minerals support wellness. The trace mineral—Iodine—shows their vitality. What Is Iodine? It is an...
Migraines & Nutrition: Support Your Noggin’

Migraines & Nutrition: Support Your Noggin’

Migraines are common. And whether they happen intermittently or chronically, they are a pain—literally. They promote varied pains throughout the head and neck alongside other symptoms. If you have ever experienced one, then you know the discomfort they may cause....
Daily Practices: Mental, Physical & Spiritual Wellness

Daily Practices: Mental, Physical & Spiritual Wellness

We often associate health—as a concept—with our physical health and wellness. However, our health prospers when we foster our wellness holistically via mental, physical and spiritual practices. How we ought to support each element varies—what it looks like to foster...
Calcium Magnesium Ratio: Tom & Jerry Minerals

Calcium Magnesium Ratio: Tom & Jerry Minerals

What did Calcium do when Magnesium knocked on his door? Vitamin! Today we are looking at how calcium and magnesium work together to maintain body health. What Is Calcium? Calcium is a major mineral. This mineral is often referenced in conjunction with bone health. But...
What Is Zinc? Tiny But Mighty

What Is Zinc? Tiny But Mighty

Is it true that some of the most substantive minerals in our bodies function on the smallest doses? Well…YES! The amount needed does not reflect importance. Trace minerals support wellness. The second most abundant trace mineral—Zinc—shows their vitality.  What Is...

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