Adopting a pet is beneficial for more than just a healthy, happy home. It’s good for your health, can help you with social anxiety, and is great for your quality of life. From your physical self to your emotional self, having a pet in your home is great for your whole well-being.
When I was a little girl growing up, my Daddy used to buy a watermelon and a loaf of Italian bread. He would sit down at the table and have his favorite thing—watermelon and bread with a little salt on it. I would say ugh! How could you eat that Daddy? That was, until I tried it! Yummy!!!
In this issue, I will address the magic sauce that Whole Body Cryotherapy (WBC) activates in the brain to release a collection of wonderful chemicals inside the human body to help rejuvenate and heal.
The delicious truth is that strawberries provide a number of health benefits: proper eye care and brain function and relief from high blood pressure, arthritis, gout and heart disease.
Vibro Acoustic Therapy (VAT) uses sound to produce vibrations that are applied directly to the body. During the Vibro Acoustic Therapy process, a person lies down on a plush bed that vibrates very lightly to music played through head phones. After a 30-minute session, the body receives an internal message…
Native to Europe and Asia, with the highest species diversity in the Mediterranean region, mullein plants have been a part of the American landscape for over two centuries. In fact, one species, Verbascum thapsus (Great mullein), has been used for generations by the Catawba Tribe of North and South Carolina as a herbal remedy for sore throat, cough and lung diseases. The root is boiled …
The Magnolia Tree is just a beautiful tree. One cannot help but look admiringly upon the deep bronze and rich green colors of its firm, medium-sized leaves and its gorgeous creamy flowers that smell like creamy citrus. As we walk through a variety of gardens, the Magnolia Tree always stands apart in its rich grandeur. Only recently did we discover that its beauty goes just a bit deeper than its looks.
Herb garden enthusiasts here in Florida have a lot to contend with when we grow our gardens. Not only do we occasionally see freezes and frosts, we have the harsh sun—and in south Florida—the tropical humid climate with which to work.
Perhaps we have all heard at some point that Iceberg is just not as healthy as Romaine. Is there truth to that? What do the facts show? There are a lot of studies out there, but we found some common themes we’d like to share.