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Aging Gracefully,Food,Goal Setting,Motivation,News,Nutrition,Purium Nutrition,Purium Products,Research,Weight Loss11 Jan , 2017

The Skinny Hormone

The “H” word, aka hormone, gets a bad wrap. It’s infamy as the number one cause for teenage antics and new moms feeling a flood of emotions has made a lot of people use the word in a negative way. However, these chemical messengers of our bodies can actually work more in our favor as opposed to against us. […]

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Athletic Performance,Family,Greens,Kids,Motivation,News,Nutrition,Purium Products,Sports,Success Stories,Success Stories4 Jan , 2017

Success Story: Health Pro turned Mom Pro

Former body builder (figure competitor), Marissa Rollo, has always leaned towards “healthy” nutrition. While those around her consumed protein shakes filled with hard metals, Marissa prided herself (and her body) on reading labels and making pure decisions. However, in her search for pure products, she not only felt frustrated by the lack of options, but also the ploys.   […]

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Family,Food,Motivation,News21 Dec , 2016

Green Living: Holiday Edition

Mountains of gift wrap, food and actual trees can be found on lots of curbs come December 26th. If this is your holiday season, it’s a time for some unfortunate waste. In fact, according to Recycle Works, about 2.6 billion holiday cards are sold in the U.S. every year, enough to fill a football field 10 […]

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Family,Motivation,News21 Dec , 2016

DIY Holiday Gift Ideas

No matter what holiday you celebrate this weekend, there is usually some sort of gift giving with family, friends, coworkers and your kids teachers. If you were ahead of the game and made or bought your gifts months ago, congratulations. But, if you haven’t had the chance to go shopping yet or don’t know what to get your loved […]

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Advocacy,Family,Food,Greens,Motivation,News,Nutrition,Plant Power,Purium Products,Research,Weight Loss23 Nov , 2016

The Price of Diabetes

Americans are paying $322 billion per year for treatment of Diabetes, according to the American Diabetes Association. Between the 29.1 million Americans with Type 1 and 2 diabetes and the 86 million with prediabetes, chances are you or someone close to you falls into this category. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention concluded that, in 2011, nearly 81% of adults with diagnosed […]

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Family,Food,News9 Nov , 2016

Healthy Habits for Happy Couples

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Relationships are complicated, unique and personal. It doesn’t matter if your closest relationship is with a spouse, friend or relative, they can all be strong allies in your commitment to living a healthy life. Here are a few tips to creating and maintaining healthy bonds. Agree to Disagree. This is a cliche because it is the absolute […]

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Anti-Aging,Athletic Performance,Cooking Tips,Family,Kids,News,Nutrition,This Not That,Weight Loss2 Nov , 2016

The Sweet Truth

Welcome to November 1st, you survived the sugar holiday. Did you stay strong and fight off the temptations? Or do you have a blood sugar hangover or an upset stomach? Regardless, you’ve come to the right place to seek some refuge from the candy storm. Whether you are aware of the sad sweet truths or not, it’s always helpful to review the […]

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Advocacy,Featured,Food,News,Research,This Not That19 Oct , 2016

Toxic Isn’t Tasty – Eco Activism Alert

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Could you be eating produce that was grown in waste water?! When we buy fresh fruits and vegetables, we often think that we are providing our bodies with a wholesome nutrition and as long as it’s organic, then you are! But if they aren’t organic then you don’t really know what has happened to them. According to […]

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Food,News,Nutrition,Plant Power,Purium Products19 Oct , 2016

From Their Farm To Your Doorstep: Mushrooms

It’s a fairly common misconception that the mushrooms we consume are found underneath logs, in enchanting, damp forests. While those scenes make for beautiful photos, they don’t make for high-quality consistency. Some people still rely on the traditional forest method of drilling holes in logs, filling it with mycelium, sealing the hole and…waiting. However, this method can’t guarantee […]

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Aging Gracefully,Anti-Aging,News12 Oct , 2016

5 Facts About Women’s Health

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Health statistics can be depressing, but they can also be motivating. While not all of these facts about women’s health are the perkiest bits of information, they are meant to inspire change. Keep you and those wonderful women around you, healthy and happy with whole foods, good fats, exercise and high-quality supplements. Her Favorite Color Is Genetic: […]

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Advocacy,Challenges,Food,Greens,Motivation,News,Nutrition,Plant Power5 Oct , 2016

The Fight To Save Ourselves and Our Planet

Many of you out there are fueling yourself with green goodness that has come, gratefully, from our beautiful, vibrant Earth. These plants have helped regenerate, energize and empower your body to live life to its fullest. There isn’t a doubt that consuming greens on a regular basis does a body good. However, what about the other […]

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Cooking Tips,Kids,Meal Planning,News,Nutrition,Recipes21 Sep , 2016

“Naturally” Unhealthy for Kids

It’s a sad fact that many brands market kid friendly products as natural or organic, while masking ingredients that may not be healthy at all. An “all-natural” snack could in fact contain xanthan gum, a bacteria produced sugar “slime” that comes from corn, soy or wheat. Even an organic juice can be loaded with too […]

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Dave Sandoval,Featured,News,Plant Power,Purium Products14 Sep , 2016

Ginseng: Red Vs. White American

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Ginseng is often assumed to be a symbol that is representative of Asian culture. However, there are actually two very different kinds of ginseng. Grown in the northeast United States, one in fondly called White American Ginseng or, scientifically, panax quinquefolius and in Chinese, xi yang shen. The other, grown in Korea and China, is […]

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Cooking Tips,Food,News,Nutrition,Recipes7 Sep , 2016

Gluten: Myths, Facts and More

Even though the gluten-free movement has made mainstream waves, there are still a lot of misconceptions floating around in its wake. To help smooth the ripples, we did some research on the myths, facts and deliciousness of being gluten free. According to the Celiac Disease Foundation, “Gluten is a general name for the proteins found […]

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Motivation,News,Nutrition,Sleep31 Aug , 2016

Secret Tips from Olympic Athletes

While many of us may already know these things, it never hurts to receive real validation from the experts. Since some of us are still flying high on the enthusiasm from this year’s Olympics in Rio, we thought it would be inspiring to hear how these incredible athletes manage to “bring it” on a daily […]

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