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Ingredient Watch: Glow Sticks

Written By Lissie Lyles | A glow stick is a self-contained, short-term light-source. It consists of… [read more]

Ingredient Watch: Glow Sticks Ingredient Watch: Glow Sticks

Raw 5 Seed Bread

Submitted By Marie-Claire Hermans – Ravishing Raw | Each country has its specialties. In Belgium… [read more]

Raw 5 Seed Bread Raw 5 Seed Bread

Stretch to Success

Written By Jack Elliott | What is success to you? Whenever I’ve been asked that question, I often… [read more]

Stretch to Success Stretch to Success

Concussion: The Cause and the Solution

Written By Martin Rutherford, D.C., C.C.S.T., C.F.M.P. and Randall Gates, D.C., D.A.C.N.B. | Concussions… [read more]

Concussion: The Cause and the Solution Concussion: The Cause and the Solution

Recharge with Light

Written By Michael Gerber, MD, HMD | Candle Meditation With the seasons changing and our sun exposure… [read more]

Recharge with Light Recharge with Light

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Ingredient Watch: Glow Sticks

Written By Lissie Lyles | A glow stick is a self-contained, short-term light-source. It consists of a translucent plastic tube containing isolated substances that, when combined, make light through … [Read More...]

Book Reviews


Napoleon Hill’s Golden Rules

The Lost Writings Reviewed for Healthy Beginnings by June Milligan, M.Ed., CCHt, PLR | Napoleon Hill is the author of Think and Grow Rich, a well-known book published in 1937. This is probably … [Read More...]

Our Popular Articles

What is “The Secret”?

We Become What We Think A documovie review by June Milligan | When Rhonda Byrne of Melbourne, Australia was given a copy of an old book entitled “The Science of Getting Rich”, she was amazed at the type of information it contained. The book had been written almost a hundred years ago by an American […]

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The Buzzz About Bees

By Linda Vegazo, CNC | Most people know that honey comes from bees, but bees are also responsible for some uniquely useful and healing products. Bees gather nectar from flowers and carry it back to the hive in a honey sac in their throats. The nectar is “ripened” into honey by the addition of secretions […]


Mixed Beds

“A Rough Patch” Written By Teresa Howell | The year: 1908, or thereabouts. The place: Watauga, a soon-to-be born town at the end of the railroad line in South Dakota. The actors: Fred, John and Art Nehl, my great grandfather and his brothers. The task before them: sow the garden they’d tilled out of virgin […]


Our Wounds are a Portal to God, Part One

“A terrifying symptom is usually your greatest dream trying to come through.”—Arnold Mindell, PhD When people draw a connection between their wounds/illnesses and God, it is often by viewing their physical ailments as a form of punishment for real or imagined sins and failings. Much more rarely are wounds and illnesses seen as constructive events […]


A Steamboat In The Desert

The Early History of Steamboat Hot Springs, Nevada “Behold! A Steamboat in the desert!” (Mark Twain, 1861). The natural geothermal waters of Steamboat Hot Springs a few miles south of Reno, Nevada have attracted people for ages, including famous author Mark Twain. Prior to 1900, the site featured the third largest geyser in the United […]


A Natural Energy Boost

Written By Dr. Daniel S. Smith, D.C.  | The dilemma: that afternoon slump at work when your energy hits an all-time low; the inability to muster enough energy to get through your typical workout, or that all too familiar nagging lack of energy when you’re only half-way through your to-do list. The quick answer: an artificial […]

Progesterone is new to the war on anxiety.

Improving Anxiety Relief

Progesterone to the Rescue A new player has been revealed to us for the war on anxiety. It is an old friend employed in a powerful new way. Dr. Michael Platt, MD in his book, The Miracle of Bio-identical Hormones not only reviews the great effects of progesterone for the customary female ills (PMS, infertility, […]


Chronic Dehydration Part 8 – Water Can Prevent Heart Attack & Stroke

Written By JeanAnn Fitzgerald | Exercise Doesn’t Prevent Heart Attacks For years the medical community has touted exercise as a preventative for heart disease. Jim Fixx had a father who died at age 43 of a heart attack, and Jim had a congenitally enlarged heart. At the age of 36, Jim became a marathon runner believing […]



“A Rough Patch” Written By Teresa Howell | After a swing through the garden early this summer, Becky and I were relaxing on the porch with our coffee. One of the newest additions to the garden décor was an old autoclave that Mom bought at a yard sale for five dollars. She thought I might be […]

Look as Young as You Feel: Optimizing Your Skin Health

by Rebecca Gelber, MD | You are eating healthy, exercising and feeling great, but the age of the face in your mirror is closer to what’s on your driver’s license than the way you feel. Don’t give up! Microdermabrasion, peels and anti-oxidants such as vitamin C and Retin-A can help increase cellular turnover – reducing […]