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How We Heal

Written By Laura Peppard | Dis-ease is part of wellness. When things go “wrong” with your body,… [read more]

How We Heal How We Heal

How Do You Define Happiness?

Written By Jack Elliott | I was recently asked to respond to five questions pertaining to happiness.… [read more]

How Do You Define Happiness? How Do You Define Happiness?

Journey into Healing with Dr. Jayanath Abeywickrama

Written By Sharelle Fiori | Renowned Ayurvedic Physician, Dr. Jayanath Abeywickrama, (affectionately… [read more]

Journey into Healing with Dr. Jayanath Abeywickrama Journey into Healing with Dr. Jayanath Abeywickrama

Gluten Sensitivity: Pearls of Wisdom

Submitted By Power Health | As little as five years ago when we advised a patient to remove gluten… [read more]

Gluten Sensitivity: Pearls of Wisdom Gluten Sensitivity: Pearls of Wisdom

Respect the Psyche and Become Whole

Written By Andy Drymalski, EdD | Analytical thinking is the backbone of science and a key attribute… [read more]

Respect the Psyche and Become Whole Respect the Psyche and Become Whole

April Issue

Featured Articles

Provider Profile: Ruth Gentry Ph.D.

After having a wonderful experience with a counselor as a child, I knew I wanted to help people feel the same way by helping them make positive changes in their lives. This led me down my long journey … [Read More...]

Book Reviews


Know Youself, Forget Yourself

Five Truths to Transform Your Work, Relationships and Everyday Life By Marc Lesser Reviewed for Healthy Beginnings By June Milligan, M.Ed., CCHt, PLR |  The author of this book is a Zen Buddhist … [Read More...]

Our Popular Articles

Common Ingredients in Lotions – Buyer Beware!

Common Ingredients in Lotions – Buyer Beware! As winter rolls in, our skin seems to become drier with the drop in temperature. Considering skin is the body’s armor, it is important to protect and enrich the skin to ensure its youth and longevity. With such a variety of products on the market, and in the [...]


THE HEALING CODE: Six Minutes to Heal the Source of Any Health, Success or Relationship Issue

By Alexander Loyd, Ph.D., ND and Ben Johnson, M.D., DO, NMD Reviewed for Healthy Beginnings by June Milligan, M.Ed., CCHt  | If you could spend six minutes, three times a day focusing energy toward specific healing centers on your own face and neck, knowing that your physical or emotional issues would be healed, would you do [...]


Life’s Simple, but Important, Health Decisions

Written By Michael Gerber, MD, HMD | Healthy Oils Eating bad oils, especially Trans fats such as margarine and commercial cooking oils, cause inflammation and depletion of good anti-inflammatory oils. Trans fats are shaped like railroad tracks and were developed by the Germans in WWII by bubbling hydrogen through fat to give it a longer [...]


Ingredient Watch: Sniffing out the truth about perfumes

Written by Lissie Lyles | Perfumery is an art form that dates back more than 4,000 years. The first civilizations known to develop the art were ancient Mesopotamians and Egyptians. The Romans and Persians further refined the process. In ancient times popular perfume ingredients included flowers, herbs, spices, and resins from coniferous trees. Almond, coriander, [...]


Eczema: The Itch That Won’t Go Away

TOP 10 Past Article Written by Jennifer Gray, Pharmacist | Eczema comes in many shapes and sizes; but one thing is constant, the ITCH. It is always there taunting its victims, urging them to abandon all control and scratch. “It feels so good to scratch that I keep on doing it even though I know [...]



From the kitchen of Dawn Gowery | INGREDIENTS: 4 to 6 medium to large organic beets, cut into quarters 1 medium organic yellow onion, diced 1 bag of organic baby carrots Add a variety of vegetables of your liking (broccoli, green beans, etc) 1 to 2 Tbs. minced garlic (add more if you like) 32 [...]


Discouragement: The Other Silent Killer

  Written By Andy Drymalski, EdD | Over the years, heart disease has been dubbed “the silent killer.” But there is another disease of the heart which can be just as deadly, and just as subtle. It’s called discouragement. Discouragement is a slow but methodical killer that feeds upon the unresolved disappointments of your life. [...]


Using Food to Flourish

by Lynn Slovak, Certified Nutritionist and Food Educator | If you were asked to name your most important asset, what would you say?  ‘My spouse,’ ‘my friends,’ ‘my house,’ ‘my business’ all would be possible answers; although every single one of these can play a huge part in making our lives richer and more meaningful, [...]


Cover Story

Written By Ffjorren Zolfaghar | The radishes on our cover add color and flavor to many salads and sides. The bulbs are generally eaten raw, and the leaves and stems are sometimes used as a leaf vegetable. Radishes have a fairly quick life cycle. The summer variety has a germination period of three to seven days, [...]


Microchipping | It’s always sad to see a flyer stapled to a signpost or on a bulletin board at the grocery store with a picture of a lost pet. You imagine a child waiting for the phone to ring, hoping that some kind person happens to find his kitty and see his flyer. Sadly, once [...]