Easy Fire Cider Recipe to Fortify Against Flu & Colds
Fire cider is a traditional method of supporting immunity in the fall and winter season. Fire Cider Benefits Here are just a few of the benefits of each included ingredient: Garlic -- Allicin is one of the key immune-stimulating nutrients in
What an MD Wants You to Know About Taking Bee Pollen for Allergies
JANUARY 29, 2019 by DR. HEATHER MODAY, MD Ever wonder what all the “buzz” is around bee-pollen? Sorry, I had to! Check out Dr. Moday’s most recent article on Well and Good talking all about what makes these tiny-nutrient packed particles a super-food for lowering inflammation
The Real Science Behind the Flu Shot (And Effective Alternatives)
OCTOBER 23, 2018 by DR. HEATHER MODAY, MD What is the ”flu” ? The “flu” as we call it is usually caused by the influenza virus, although there are likely many other viruses that cause similar symptoms. Symptoms can be mild to severe. The
Is It A Cold — Or Could You Just Have Fall Allergies?
OCTOBER 17, 2017 by DR. HEATHER MODAY, MD Why am I sniffling and sneezing in the fall? It must be a cold. Allergies happen in the spring, right? Actually, fall and winter allergies are really common and often get confused with a viral
11 Tips On Taking Care Of Yourself When It’s Most Important But Most Difficult
UNE 16, 2017 by OLIVIA NEELY, RDN, LD Stress. It appears in our lives in too many ways to count. Some stress is needed: there are studies proving it’s healthy to some degree. THAT is the key – “to some degree.” I could
It Happened. I’m Sick. Now What?
JANUARY 16, 2017 by OLIVIA NEELY, RDN, LD If you’re anything like me you may sometimes think you are somehow immune to cold and flu season. You know the whole train of thought that goes something like this – I eat well, I