Tips

A Secret for Better Sleep

Massage is amazing for reducing insomnia, and has been shown to improve both the ability to fall asleep and the duration of sleep.

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Tip to Cure Your Phone Addiction

Put your phone on airplane mode for one hour each day. Then try working up to two hours each day. We don’t need to be constantly available, and spending time without Internet access will help you overcome this false belief.

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Tip for Naturally Consuming Selenium This Thanksgiving

In addition to being an amazing source of lean protein, did you know that turkey is also an excellent source of selenium? This antioxidant aids in glutathione synthesis and in expelling toxins from your liver!

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Tip for Naturally Consuming Iron

Iron is important, because it helps transport oxygen in your blood. If you’re looking to get enough iron in your diet, you might want to add pumpkin seeds, eggs, nuts, whole grains, dried fruit, or more dark green vegetables to your grocery list. Note: Those with a compromised liver should be careful about additional iron intake.

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Tip to Stay Active in Autumn

You can stay active this season by raking leaves or taking a hike!

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Tip to Lower Inflammation

If you want to reduce the acidity in your body and decrease inflammation, start snacking on celery today! Celery is an antioxidant and has anti-inflammatory properties.

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Tip to Detoxify Your Body

Try adding 1-3 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar to your daily regime. The acetic acid in apple cider vinegar binds to toxins and aids in eliminating them from your body. Moreover, it stimulates circulation to your liver and kidneys and provides protection from oxidative stress, allowing these organs to better function – and do their jobs of cleansing your body.

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Tip to Alleviate Symptoms of Stress and Anxiety

Fall in love with knitting! This craft has multiple benefits, including the ability to reduce symptoms of stress, anxiety and depression. The rhythmic motions of knitting distract you from thoughts that may trigger and perpetuate your anxiety, and the quiet of sitting still helps lower your heart rate and blood pressure.

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Tip to Avoid Blood Sugar Spikes

White bread, bagels and rice – though they taste delicious – can lead to blood sugar spikes. Try replacing white bread and rice with breads and pastas not made from wheat. One excellent alternative is flaxseed, because it is high in omega-3 fatty acids and fiber.

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Tip to Make Your Autumn Sparkle

Instead of displaying blank pumpkins and squash this Fall – try adding some pizazz by adding some shiny, colorful rhinestones to your gourds!

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