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Monthly Archives: April 2015


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Happy Wednesday to all my WELLNESS Warriors!

I believe that JOY is a spiritual practice!  How can you cultivate JOY in your life?  How do you currently make JOY included in your daily ritual?

The dictionary defines JOY as a noun with 3 definitions:

a feeling of great happiness
a source or cause of great happiness : something or someone that gives joy to someone
success in doing, finding, or getting something Read More

Breathe in Peppermint for Energy & to Fight Fatigue

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Breathe in some peppermint, Breathe in ENERGY! For hundreds or, in many cases, thousands of years, people have regularly applied different essential oils for purposes of health and well-being. But did you know that inhaling certain scents could actually help boost mental clarity? Newer research has suggested that inhaling essential oils, such as peppermint, may reduce the perceived level of mental fatigue or burnout.Peppermint has a strong and clean aroma – making it a pleasant smell to breathe in, but you can also try applying it to the back of your neck and shoulders to help support your energy over a longer stretch of time. Keeping a bottle at work as a go-to (instead of more coffee) serves as a great strategy for enhancing energy and a great tool to keep your breath fresh.

For the best quality peppermint oil visit Meg’s virtual store: www.wellconsulting.org

More Addictive than Cocaine? YIKES!

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Are you addicted to sugar? You’re not alone. In 2007 a group of researchers found that sugar surpasses what is called “cocaine reward” in most mammals, including rats and humans. The frightening result of this study is the conclusion that sugar is more addictive than cocaine.

Although sugar does not contain opiates (like other addictive substances such as heroin) it does stimulate the release of endogenous opiates. Opiates and their receptors have largely been attributed to what is known as “reward.” When the opiate receptor is filled over and over again, we feel a sense of pleasure and reward. No matter how harmful a food or substance may be to the body, this sensation of pleasure keeps us coming back for more, while at the same time altering our brain chemistry. Read More

Skin & Bones SYNERGY

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Eczema patients beware: A recent study from Northwestern University showed that those who experienced the sensitive skin condition of eczema and psoriasis in the past year had a 53% higher chance of bone and joint injuries compared to those of non-sufferers.  Chronic inflammation leads to brittle bones (as can oral steroids) and also fatigue.  As Meg your best options for treating eczema and how to get to the ROOT of the condition so that you be your healthiest self!


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The Honest to GUT Truth   

~How to Unlock Vibrant Health by Looking at the Gut~

Written By Meg Landis, W.H.E. & C.N.P.

We have all heard the saying, “listen to your gut.” And while that advice often refers to our intuition, it should also speak to our digestion. Your gut guides your overall well-being. Quite literally, your gut is the epicenter of your mental and physical health. Yet it is all too common to experience lots of digestive issues that make a huge impact on our strength and vitality. If you want better immunity, efficient digestion, improved clarity and balance, focus on rebuilding your gut health.  By supporting this mighty system, you’ll see chronic health issues such as, fatigue, brain fogginess, colds, aches and pains, diminish. Furthermore, you will feel abundant energy return. In the article you will learn what your gut does and why it’s so important to keep it healthy. Then, we will cover how to care for your wonderful gut so that it continues to take care of glorious you! Read More

POTTY TALK: A great tip for your “office” visits.

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Warning this BLOG contains potty talk, and a new way to drastically improve your HEALTH!  Are you prone to constipation, hemorrhoids, irritable bowel, or bloating? Did you know that people in cultures that squat instead of using toilets rarely have these symptoms? Rather than putting a hole in your floor, try elevating your feet in the bathroom. I figured this out when I was a young child and have used various devices including stacked phone books, a small box and a step stool. There are also devices like the ‘squatty potty.’   I LOVE mine- what difference it does make, and the children use it also. Try out this easy trick and great product to make your bathroom trips faster and easier. http://www.squattypotty.com/

Cheers to This Wellness Warriors!

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Happy Wednesday Wellness Warriors! 

Fun Fact of the Day:   There is a 30% drop in likelihood that three-cup-a day (4-6 ounces each cup) coffee drinkers will develop malignant melanoma.  Astonishing, right?  Caffeine, consumed or applied (see Meg’s tip at the bottom for how to apply topically), has been proven to absorb UV rays.  Hence this caffeine intake actually acts as a functioning sunscreen to the body! Read More

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