On the Road to Reinvention with a Baby Alpaca

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Recently my husband and I purchased a cria, which is a baby alpaca. We didn't actually buy it outright. We are taking part in a program that our friend, Cindy Harris, the owner of Alpacas at Windy Hill, put together. The program gives us the opportunity to pay for the board and care of a pregnant alpaca and when the baby is born, we will own it. Our "Baby Mama" is named Alope … [Read more...]

7 Ways Gardening is Good for Your Health

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Do you enjoy working in the garden? Many people do, as it provides solace from the hustle and bustle of daily life. But did you know that gardening can be great for your health as well? It’s true! Take a look below at 7 ways gardening is good for your health and can help you lead a happier, healthier life! You may never look at gardening the same way again. 1. It tones … [Read more...]

Muay Thai Training in Thailand – The Perfect Way to Excellent Health

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This is a sponsored post on behalf of Suwit Muay Thai. All views and opinions are honest and of my own. Muay Thai is a combat sport and martial art that includes punching and kicking in which the participants need to stay on their feet if they don’t want to lose the match. Recently, Muay Thai has become a very popular form of exercise. It is included in many fitness and … [Read more...]

Best Ways to Keep Your Health Intact


This is a sponsored post on behalf of Youdrugstore.com.  All views and opinions are honest and of my own. Nothing lasts forever. Everything that we know will eventually perish. Even some structures that were built when we were kids are bound to be replaced and renewed with something else. Our entire life works in cycles. Similarly, to our life, our body also has cycles of … [Read more...]

Our World Before Birth


The evolution of our understanding the development of the baby prior to birth is a fascinating and ongoing story in obstetrics. It is fair to say that during the first half of the 20th century, the general consensus was that the pregnant uterus was protective and inviolable. What we knew about the fetus was minimal and much of it was wrong. The advent of the amniocentesis in … [Read more...]

National Wear Red Day

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Celebrate National Wear Red Day with Go Red For Women on Friday, Feb. 6, 2015 to help save women’s lives. Heart disease is not just a man’s disease. Each year, 1 in 3 women die of heart disease and stroke. We can change that because 80 percent of cardiac events can be prevented with education and lifestyle changes. FACTS ABOUT CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES Cardiovascular … [Read more...]

How to Become a Vegetarian

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You want to stop eating meat, improve your health, and feel better about the food you're putting in your body? Maybe you want to cut back on eating meat, or maybe you want to go full-on vegan. Whatever the case may be, these tips for going vegetarian will help! Find your reason. Whether it's compassion for animals, your desire to improve your overall health, or something … [Read more...]

Healthy Living with a Little Help From a “Delightful” Bread

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In February of 2014 I was diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes. I was tired, overweight and had out of control diabetes. I knew nothing about the disease, what caused it or how to treat it. After attending nutritional classes and meeting privately with a dietitian, I knew my lifestyle had to change. Number one, I had to change how I ate and what I ate and bring my high blood sugar … [Read more...]

Natural Germ Prevention for Cold and Flu Season

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As we move into the germ ridden cold and flu season, it is time to start thinking prevention. These tips for natural germ prevention for the cold and flu season are great for keeping you and your family healthy this year. Extra Vitamin C: Whether you take a multi-vitamin or you make sure to take a vitamin c supplement, a few added vitamins can go a long way toward good … [Read more...]

How Sweet It Is ~ “I Am A Number!”

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Life threw Pam Burbey a curve ball this past winter when she found out she had a life changing diagnosis of Diabetes. Not a stranger to the “curve balls” dealt in life she drew from past experience and recognized that although you can’t control what pops up in life, you can control how you react to it. In just a few short months she has gained control back of her health and she … [Read more...]