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Cherry Bomb Bar Recipe

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Who doesn’t love a good clean Holiday recipe?! I stumbled on this amazing one using cherries and it came out SOOO good.

First off, there are several awesome benefits that these sweet little cherries boast. They are actually a good choice for diabetics with a low glycemic index of 22.

Tart cherries can also boast cardiovascular benefits. The antho-cyanins, which are the pigments giving cherries their red color may activate PPAR which regulates genes involved in fat & glucose metabolism (can you ...

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7 Keys Steps to Help You Sleep Like a Pro

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There are few things more important than a good night’s sleep. A large body of evidence suggests that most people require seven to nine hours of sleep each night for optimal function and prevention of disease, but an increasing number of people in the industrialized world are falling far short of this ideal. According to data from the National Health Interview Survey, approximately 35 percent of US adults sleep fewer than six hours a night, and a growing body of ...

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Instant Pot Recipe for Cilantro Lime Chicken

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Instant Pot Recipe!

There aren’t many things that I enjoy more than a quick, easy AND healthy dinner! We recently ordered the Instant Pot and it has been a real hit in our household! Last night I played with a recipe that can double as a ‘Mexican flavored soup’ OR a topping for tacos!

Alex and I (of course) choose large pieces of romaine in lieu of actual taco shells. Feel free to tweak and make this recipe your own. You can ...

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A+A Wellness NOW Offers Functional Lab Testing: What It Is & Why You Need to Test

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A+A Wellness is proud to now offer our newest service to help people achieve health through  ‘Functional Lab Testing’.

As a part of A+A Wellness’ initiative to provide more Wellness options for you, we have now added brand new testing to our programs to help you lose weight, gain energy and get to the root cause of issues you are struggling with.
If you are experiencing any of the following, you could benefit from our new lab tests! 
  • Weight gain or inability to lose ...
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Online Tools to Keep Your Health on Track

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Like it or not, the world we live in is now online. It allows us to reconnect with friends we haven’t seen since high school graduation and lets us see what’s going on around the world any time of the day. And it houses several tools that can keep your health headed in the right direction.

When you start in a new health direction, it can be challenging to stay on track. You’re not sure where to begin. You don’t know ...

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How are you letting your emotions guide you?

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It’s impossible to go through the day without experiencing a myriad of emotions—positive or negative. How you respond to such emotions as they pop up is a deciding factor in how they guide your health. So be aware, and choose wisely.

Browsing through the SRP Historical Archives, I discovered the 1954 article “A Concept of Totality,” by Joe Nichols, MD. In it, he explains that it’s your emotions, more than ...

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Powerful exercises you can do anywhere, no equipment required

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There are almost as many excuses for not exercising as there are people who make them. Not enough time, you might say to yourself. Can’t find the perfect activity, you lament. And so on. We all know how it goes. But have you ever considered that it might be easier to throw in the metaphorical towel on excuses and just get your keister moving? There are a boatload of powerful exercises you ...

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6 Tips for Maintaining Your Goals This Holiday Season

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In keeping with the spirit of my favorite time of year, I wanted to do a quick post with simple ways to maintain your goals this Holiday Season. This is the time of year where parties seem endless and the food is plentiful. If you go into this Season with a PLAN you will succeed! It is that simple.

Year after year Alex and I ...

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Confused about Carbs? What the Experts Are Saying

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“Carbs” is an abbreviated slang word for carbohydrates, a critical part of the human diet. I get more questions about this subject than almost any other food item. I subscribe to many email newsletters about nutrient dense foods, and carbs came up a lot in November, along with a cornucopia of Thanksgiving recipes.

Each newsletter detailed its own version of great Thanksgiving recipes. For the most part, they all included all high-carb dishes like mashed potatoes, whole grain croutons for the ...

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The Grounding Diet

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Ever feel out of your head? Out of your body? Ever been called an airhead? Unable to concentrate? Unable to focus? Spacey? All of this is the opposite of being grounded. As the word suggests, to feel grounded is to feel stable in your body. Fully present. Able to focus and think clearly. Think of the ground, the earth beneath you. Stable. Steady.

Wouldn’t you like to feel more grounded?

Some of us don’t feel grounded because the pace of our life ...

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