Category: Week 4

Make Your Own Terrarium

Now that things are in full bloom and green again, it’s the perfect time to plant a summer terrarium with your kids. You can get everything you need for this project from your local nursery or hardware store, but you’ll have more fun if you find it from what you already have in your house…
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Superfood Tacos

This is the ultimate, tasty, vegetarian taco. The ingredients of these tacos make them very attractive, bright colored, and inviting. These sweet potato tacos will be a pleasant surprise to your family or guests. Sweet potatoes help prevent disease and are very beneficial to your overall health. Sweet potatoes help prevent heart disease and maintains…
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Forest Therapy: Being in Forest is Healing

Connecting with nature has always been beneficial for our lives. Now, a new type of treatment, forest therapy, is examining the ways in which massive green spaces can heal us. Shinrin Yoku (Forest Bathing) Last year, Outside Magazine featured an article on shinrin yoku or “forest bathing,” a growing health trend in Japan since 1982.…
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3 Natural Soil Boosters

Is it a struggle to keep your garden alive? It takes more than the right balance of sunlight and water to keep your greenery thriving nutrient-filled, well-balanced soil is also important. Adding a few organic materials to your soil can improve the nutrient issues and turn a brown gardening thumb green. Here are few natural…
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Add Some Color to Your Life

Color is a language that affects your mind, body, and soul. Color can trigger emotions, memories and change your mood. Color is a very powerful tool to shift your life to greater energy, power, and happiness. Spring is a time for color updates, transformation, and innovation so add some color to your life. Do a…
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Full Body Workout in 20 Minutes

Here’s a great full body workout that can do whenever and wherever you like. Plus, you don’t need any equipment or weights!! No more excuses! This full body workout targets the muscles of your whole body and gives you a fast, quick sweat! The video is in full length which means you can just follow…
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Delay Aging with Strength Training

You’re never too old for strength training, and now it appears that working out actually can address the changes of aging, at least in muscle cells. Researchers at Canada’s McMaster University published a report on how exercise reverses the aging of human skeletal muscles. The researchers from the study recruited a group of 51 men…
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Spring Clean the Green Way

This year make your spring cleaning as green as possible. There are eco-friendly options for every cleaning technique, tool, and product. These changes require little energy, are cost-efficient, and are good for the environment. Eco-cleaning solutions can be also found in your kitchen and won’t cause indoor air pollution like bleach or ammonia. Listed below…
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5 Running Tips for Beginners

Have you recently started running? Here are 5 running tips for beginners that you may not know and might help you with your fitness goals. Running can sound like a walk in the park, but it can also sound incredibly daunting. Some people have been running for years, and it still doesn’t feel like a…
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Colorectal Cancer Awareness

March is Colon Cancer Awareness (or Colorectal Cancer Awareness) Month. I have been a gastroenterologist for many decades. In this time I have experienced dynamic changes in the growth of our field.  We have developed incredible diagnostic tools to find cancers and now use numerous innovative treatments for colon cancer. One in twenty people will be…
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