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3 Essential Oils for Sleep

You can admit it. There’s nothing better than a delicious night’s sleep, right? I mean, how great do you feel when you wake up actually feeling refreshed, recharged, and ready to take on the day? Now admit this – you’ve forgotten what that truly feels like, because it feels like you haven’t gotten a delicious night’s sleep… Read This Entry »

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How to Sleep Better

    If you’ve been trying to figure out how to sleep better, you came to the right place. Confession: I’m super guilty of not taking care of my sleep when things get stressful (hey, I work on my pillars, too!). But I do know the things I should be doing when things get crazy,… Read This Entry »

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Mask Your Sleepless Summer Nights

Tossing and turning making for some very restless nights? Losing precious hours of sleep can make even the most bright-eyed and bushy-tailed of us feel groggy, unfocused and just flat out cranky the next day. According to the National Sleep Foundation, more than 60 percent of adults report having sleep problems at least a few… Read This Entry »

Keri Glassman Nutritious Life Drink Up

8 Pillars of a Nutritious Life

Have you ever wondered what Nutritious Life really is? “Nutritious Life” is a new way of looking at nutrition.  It reaches beyond a good diet and takes a whole person approach to health, wellness and beauty.  We teach people to listen to their bodies and empower them with the support and tools they need to… Read This Entry »

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JULY 2011: SLEEP DEEP

Do you sleep with your iPhone? We’re all guilty of being attached to one electronic device or another, but we need to give it a rest–literally! The National Sleep Foundation’s annual Sleep in America poll suggests that 95% of Americans use electronics before bed and 63% of those surveyed said they are not getting adequate… Read This Entry »

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JUNE 2011: SLEEP DEEP

Good news: staying in bed longer can actually keep the weight off!  Here’s proof: As Dr. James Maas writes in “Sleep for Success,” Cornell researchers found that with every additional hour of sleep, a child’s risk of obesity decreases by 9 percent!  Multiple studies found that lack of sleep is inversely related to diabetes, weight… Read This Entry »