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Fireworks Safety 2020

  Independence Day is a great time of year for celebrations but every year. thousands of people are injured in fireworks accidents, including fires, burns and eye injuries. The National

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Danica Johnson

Farmer’s Market Tips & Tricks

Check out these tips to get the most out of the farmer’s market this season! For readers who live in Boulder, the farmer’s markets are help Wednesdays and Saturdays on

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Danica Johnson

Safe Gifts for the Kids

The holidays are upon us and for many (minus you Christmas Eve procrastinators), gift buying efforts are officially underway. December is Safe Toys & Gifts Month and according to Safe

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Turkey Trots

One of the best ways to celebrate Thanksgiving is by getting active with your family and friends. Turkey Trots can be a great way to get out before the big

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Golden Milk Recipe

Golden milk has some great health benefits including cleansing the liver and reducing inflammation. It may also help to build immunity and gives relief to coughs and colds. Make some

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Nutrients from Food

From researching and analyzing purity levels, to assessing adequate doses, to combatting interactions with medications, the world of nutrition, so much time is spent discussing how to adequately manage your

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Renewal Review: 3 Years Later

Renewals are never easy and they have become more and more difficult, as companies are facing renewal rate increases of 60%, 70%, or more. When we first opened our doors and began

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David Perlmutter’s BRAIN MAKER

Chapter 2 of David Perlmutter’s Brain Maker focuses on inflammation. Calor, dolor, rubor, and tumor (heat, pain, redness, and swelling) are the four classic signs of inflammation. In our bodies, inflammation serves an important

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The Microbiome in Brain Maker Chapter 1

DAVID PERLMUTTER’S BRAIN MAKEROur knowledge of nutritional science and the complexity of the human body is constantly evolving. For example, it was only in 1905 that vitamins in food were discovered as

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CHA-CHA-CHA-CHIA SEEDS

These tiny black seeds were eaten frequently in Ancient Aztec and Mayan cultures. In fact, “chia” is the ancient Mayan word for strength.  This is likely because these tiny seeds

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THE OCCASIONAL RED WINE

THE OCCASIONAL RED WINE The ancient Egyptians and Greeks considered wine to be “good for health” and used it as a form of medicine. Today, we are certain that the

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EAT QUINOA!

Not only is quinoa tasty and good in a variety of dishes from a  breakfast quinoa “oatmeal” to a great salad topper, but it is one of few plant-based complete

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A MATTER OF THE HEART

Because it’s Valentine’s Day and because February is National Heart Disease Awareness Month, we think it’s time we talk about matters of the heart. Over the course of the next

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