While change can be difficult for many people to deal with we want to share with you that it really doesn’t have to be so hard.  In fact, it can be pretty exciting when to learn to embrace life and all the chaos that comes with it when changes occur.   Since we made the…

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What Are Digestive Enzymes and What Do They Do? Digestion doesn’t just take place in your stomach. The pancreas produces a large portion of your digestive enzymes, as do the small intestine, stomach lining, liver, and salivary glands[i] (digestion begins in the mouth, after all).   These enzymes do not digest food -they digest nutrients.…

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We are really enjoying these first days of Spring.  I took this photo the other day on one of our walks. I just love the beautiful shade of purple.   We set alarms throughout the day to get up and take short walks and do a few stretches. It’s been amazing to see the daily…

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Hearing the word “stress” creates an image in all of our minds and for most of us it isn’t pleasant. Let’s face it, stress has a very negative connotation, but it actually can have some surprising benefits. Today we’d like to ask you to consider stress from a different perspective. We all know that extreme…

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Since 2003, while we’ve been improving our lives and the lives of thousands of individuals, we have come to learn and see firsthand that unmanaged stress has a radically ill effect on peoples’ health and happiness and in them reaching their goals in every area of their life. Stress can yield a predictably negative effect on your…

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If there was ever a call for “digestive health,” this is it! Yes, it’s true. Your gut is considered your “second brain.” There is no denying it anymore. In fact, we just resurfaced one of our “Get Fit Radio Shows” podcast from August 2008 with Dr. Allen Logan who wrote the best selling book, The…

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Recent headlines show that awareness is growing about the connection between chronic inflammation and many serious health conditions. In fact, it appears that chronic inflammation may be the cause – rather than a symptom – of these conditions. Medical experts now believe that your diet and other lifestyle strategies can play a major role in…

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How often have you told yourself, “I just can’t cope” or “I just don’t have the strength to deal with this” or similar versions of a self-doubting declaration?   It’s so natural to succumb to the stress and frustrations of life that you start to believe that you’re incapable of passing over life’s challenging hurdles.…

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Hearing the word “stress” creates an image in all of our minds and for most of us it isn’t pleasant. Let’s face it, stress has a very negative connotation, but it actually can have some surprising benefits. Today we’d like to ask you to consider stress from a different perspective. We all know that extreme…

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