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Eating for Energy - Prevention Magazine

Prevention Magazine recently posted a video featuring Floradix Iron + Herbs (US/CA) as a key supplement to increase energy stores. Iron is an essential element for the body. It combines with copper and protein to make hemoglobin, a major component of red blood cells which transports oxygen from the lungs to all the tissues of the body. Iron is also needed throughout the body for adenosine triphosphate production (ATP), which is required for cellul...

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Children's Health for the School Year

Dr. Cathy Carlson-Rink is a licensed Naturopathic Physician and Registered Midwife in general family practice in Vancouver, British Columbia. She specializes in women and children's health. She is also an instructor of Obstetrics and Pediatrics at the Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine. Additionally, she provides continuing education for health care providers in natural treatments in the areas of obstetrics and pediatrics. Children’s Health...

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Rob Krar - Athlete Spotlight

Rob Krar - Photo Credit: Ken Etzel Flora Ambassador, Rob Krar, shares some fun facts with us for this month's athlete spotlight. Rob has been a Flora ambassador for several years now and has seen much success in his trail running adventures. Some notable first place finishes include: Western States 100 miler, The Canyons Endurance Run 100k, Bootlegger 50k, Run Rabbit Run 100 miler, Leadville 100 miler, UROC 100k, and the Leona Divide 50 miler. A pr...

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Athlete Spotlight: Anna Frost

Many are aware of our roster of Flora ambassadors and their accomplishments, but we thought it would be fun to share some interesting facts and tidbits, too! Below is our athlete spotlight for Anna Frost. Full Name: Anna Frost Nickname: Frosty Birthday: November 1st, 1981 Age I am: 34 Age I feel: 24 My occupation: Lover of life, adventurer, passionate mountain and trail runner What I do for a living: Run and make jewelry Resident of: NZ, USA, and t...

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Super Mom

Super Mom
We have all been there. Burning the candle at both ends, multitasking until your head spins, and running from work to kid’s activities and falling exhausted into bed at night saying to yourself you have survived another day. Then the exhaustion gets worse and you are dragging yourself out of bed each day, every task feels like you are climbing a mountain, and getting off the couch to play with your children takes monumental effort. You think, “I am...

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Bump Week!

Bump Week!
Written by guest blogger: Jill Anenberg Lawrence www.jillanenberg.com It doesn’t matter if it’s Wednesday anymore, I can wish you a “Happy Hump Day” for many months to come! Let’s rename it Bump Day for all our pregnant sisters out there. The good news about being pregnant, you don’t have to hold in your stomach or squeeze into that little black number for a while. No more waiting for that meal where you eat too much to unbutton your pants, go ahe...

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Ironing Out a Solution for PMS

Ironing Out a Solution for PMS
Many women around the world face an internal battle: their breasts swell, skin breaks out, they feel bloated and suffer aches and pains, food cravings intensify, and mood swings take hold, varying from mild irritability to full-on depression. Often, it’s a battle with no end in sight, returning monthly, wreaking havoc, leaving discomfort and frustration in its wake. For some, premenstrual syndrome (PMS) can ebb and flow for up to two weeks before t...

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Period Week

Period Week
Written by guest blogger: Jill Anenberg Lawrence, Holistic Health and Nutrition Coach Blood. Sweat. Tears. That combo means one thing, it’s period week! We can also include random yelling, laughing, and binging on chocolate and episodes of The Housewives because somehow, all their drama calms the drama in our uterus. You’re not alone while riding the cotton cowboy and often we match cycles with friends. So sweet and so scary! So how do we save the ...

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