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Turquoise: The Lucky Stone

Written By Allison Prater | For thousands of years, Turquoise spanned all cultures, prized as a symbol… [read more]

Turquoise: The Lucky Stone Turquoise: The Lucky Stone


It Has Amazing Things to Say Written By June Milligan, M.Ed., CCHt, PLR | When you’re experiencing… [read more]


Understanding Synchronicity

Written By Andy Drymalski, EdD | Synchronicity is a concept developed by the Swiss psychiatrist, Carl… [read more]

Understanding Synchronicity Understanding Synchronicity

Enhancing Your Immune System For Better Health

Written By Dr. Tony Jensen It’s that time of the year, when your immune system is kicking into overdrive.… [read more]

Enhancing Your Immune System For Better Health Enhancing Your Immune System For Better Health

Dangerous Virus Defense

Written By Michael Gerber, MD, HMD | Ebola and Others With Ebola virus in the news, along with… [read more]

Dangerous Virus Defense Dangerous Virus Defense

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Written By Allison Prater | Petroselinum crispum, or Parsley, is a member of the family Apiaceae. It is native to the central Mediterranean region of southern Italy, Algeria and Tunisia. It has … [Read More...]

Book Reviews


The Science Behind The Secret

Decoding the Law of Attraction By Travis S. Taylor, Ph.D. Reviewed for Healthy Beginnings by June Milligan, M.Ed., CCHt, PLR | If you’ve been reading about and following the Law of … [Read More...]

Our Popular Articles


Wild Garlic Salad

Submitted by Marie-Claire Hermans – Ravishing Raw | Wild garlic is one of spring’s most delicious gifts. A true delicacy in the pricy suggestions of fancy restaurants, now on your plate for free. If you pick your own that is. Ransom or wood garlic is very easy to grow in a shady corner of your garden […]



By Lauren Birtwhistle and Carole Bucher The holiday season is over now and everyone is rushing back to our everyday stresses again. This is the perfect time to start planning your next vacation. Hawaii is a popular vacation destination and it offers a warm and wonderful image to hold in your mind; and if you’re […]


Are Your Hidden Beliefs About Money Sabotaging You?

by June Milligan, M.Ed., CCHt | It is so important to become aware of our financial mental programming, those beliefs around money, which may be subconscious, but keep surfacing in our lives in dysfunctional ways. What are your beliefs about money? It‘s vital to become consciously aware of them, because until we do, they can […]


Colon Hydrotherapy, It’s Not As Scary As You Think

by Shelby Molchan, Certified Colon Hydrotherapist | Many people agree that bowel cleansing is a good idea, yet they may have many pre-conceived notions about receiving Colon Hydrotherapy. One misconception is that Colon Hydrotherapy is painful, smelly and just plain gross. And although the procedure can be uncomfortable at times during the treatment, when done […]

Take Charge with Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT)

A Personal Health Choice By Pat Holland Conner, MA, MFCC, EFT Practitioner Good news! You have the power of your own physical and emotional well-being in your hands. Every year more and more people get involved in learning about Emotional Freedom Techniques as a tool for health and happiness. Although EFT has been around for […]

You didn’t deplete your adrenal glands overnight, so you need to give them time to heal.

Adrenal Fatigue | Part 2

Treating Adrenal Fatigue You didn’t deplete your adrenal glands overnight, so it is important to remember that you need to give them time to heal. You often will see the first signs of relief from adrenal fatigue within 30 days, but for those with severe adrenal fatigue, it may take up to two years to […]


Hypnosis Myths

By Tonda Adams, JD, CCHT Imagine a pendulum moving slowly in front of your eyes. Keep your focus on the pendulum…slowly moving back and forth…back and forth…Maybe you are experiencing something…Perhaps a feeling… or nothing at all… Eyes getting tired and heavy… so heavy… eyes wanting to close and it is okay to resist….Perhaps it’s […]

Healthy Recipes

From the Healthy Beginnings test kitchen of Lois Ehlers Orzo Spring Salad Ingredients: 1 lb. Barilla orzo 1/3-cup olive oil (your favorite brand) 1 tsp. salt 1/2 tsp. fresh ground pepper 1/2 tsp. paprika (sweet Hungary) 1/2 cup each: red, yellow, orange and green pepper diced about 1/4 of an inch 2 cloves of garlic, […]



I began my healthy adventures in 1990. By combining bicycling, kayaking and hiking, I would eventually travel four times around the earth. I am 70 years old and have not been sick since 1972. It is never too late to live a healthy, active and adventuresome life, as you will read in this series of […]



Written by Kallie Wilbourn | Nettle is the common name for dozens of flowering plants of the genus Urtica, of which the stinging nettle, Urtica Dioica, is the most common. Native to Europe, North Africa, and Asia, it was brought to the United States by the English. Lore has it that Roman soldiers introduced nettle […]