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Mind Body

The Healing Power of Every Day Magic

What on earth am I talking about? I decided a few weeks ago to spend more time in my garden and it has been an amazing adventure watching the unfolding magic world of growing flowers, vegetables and even trees.

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Chronic Disease

Nature Nourishes Health and Well-Being

Are you aware of the important impact exposure to nature can have on your health? I have come to appreciate the critical role nature plays in the maintenance of our health and well-being Not only does daily contact with nature improve quality of life, a walk in the woods may reduce a your self-criticism!

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A Surprising Source of Anti-inflammatory Chemicals Discovered!

Inflammation is a leading contributor to the development of all diseases: from life’s daily aches and pains, colds, flu, infections, muscles injuries, joint pain to cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, heart disease, depression, anxiety, Parkinson’s, ulcerative colitis, etc., and the vast majority of all disorders.

Your body naturally produces anti-inflammatory chemicals to counter this process, as does a healthy diet. A recent study, found a unique source of anti-inflammatory chemicals.

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Nature Linked to Happiness

Research suggests that contact with nature can be beneficial, for example leading to improvements in mood, cognition, and health. A distinct but related idea is the personality construct of subjective nature connectedness, a stable individual difference in cognitive, affective, and experiential connection with the natural environment.

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Mother Nature’s Amazing Healing Powers

It’s summertime!! Yes!! Seems like I was just writing about New Year’s resolutions and now we’re into the second half of the year. It’s hard for me to believe that the long, seemingly unending winter is truly over, and summer is here!

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Nature’s Hidden Health Benefits

Spring is finally here! It was a long, challenging winter. I honestly do not remember one filled with as much snow. I’ve often heard people describe mountains as cathedrals and use other religious metaphors to describe the spiritual awe they feel in the presence of a majestic canyon or a waterfall.

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