March: Movement

This month we focus on the many great ways we can move our bodies, and why we need to! As we dive into why movement is so critical for wellness, we'll explore different types of movements so that you can choose the ones that work best for you. Let's get moving! -Lona We hear regularly how movement should be a part of our daily experience. And while we may agree, sometimes it can be a challenge to know how to add more movement to our lives. Does movement always need to look like exercise? Which movements are best for us? How much is enough? Fortunately, movement comes in many shapes and sizes, as do we. Let's take some time to look at what movement does for us, and fun ways we can add more of

To Salt or Not?

Does the salt you have on in your kitchen add to your nutrition, or take away from it? With all the choices available, how do you know which salt to use? Do we even need salt in our diets? These are just a few of the questions that often arise when the topic of salt comes up. Let's dig into some answers. We begin with ordinary table salt, which is mined from ancient seabeds or evaporated from sea water, then processed. This processing strips many existing minerals, leaving behind only sodium and chloride. Once processed, aluminum and chemicals (anti-caking agents) are added to keep individual salt grains from sticking together. Additionally, non-organic (not from food) iodine (in the form of

February: Detoxification

As we move into February, we keep what we've learned of healthy hydration and explore the world of detoxification. Each month of Twelve Months to Wellness builds upon the previous months' learning. And detoxification is a prime example of this: it is impossible without water, among many other substances. There's a lot to learn this month. Enjoy! -Lona p.s. We'd love to hear your experiences and thoughts on healthy detoxification support - you can visit our Twelve Months to Wellness Facebook page to leave a comment! "Detoxing" has become a buzzword in our society, and there are many approaches and opinions out there. In fact, they can be quite confusing, as each one has it's own rules and reg

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