Benefits of Camping
Camping seems to have regained popularity this year with restrictions on travel that have left people rethinking their typical vacation. The desire to escape into the great outdoors is not only an appealing break from daily life but also for the health benefits a night (or several) under the stars can bring us. If you are already an avid camper or have been considering it, these health benefits will have you ready to book your next camping trip!
Eating with the Seasons
Fresh lettuce and tomatoes in the summer, squash soup and apple crisp in the fall - seasonal eating is already built into our diets and culture without us even consciously considering it. But what if seasonal eating had more benefits than adding a festive taste to our menu.
Think Outside The House
Don't let these fleeting summer days go to waste! Get outside with these adventurous activities:
The Ultimate Guide to Blue Blockers
Light is critical in shaping life, acting as both energy and information for critical biological functions.
The NeuFit Approach:
Reprogramming Your Nervous System to Help You: Heal Faster, Get out of Pain, Perform Better, and Optimize Your Health!
Summer Reading List
There has never been a better time to dive into a good book! Summer is here yet many people are choosing to hold off on the get-aways. Whether you are staying put or vacationing in your local area, we encourage you to escape into a book this summer! Below are some of our favorite reads that are not only a breeze, but offer insightful content on varying aspects of this wholistic lifestyle we are all pursuing. Happy reading!
We've Been Wearing Sunglasses Wrong
Summer is in full swing, which means long sun-filled days. After winter in New England, most of us rejoice at the opportunity to step outside without a jacket. Yet we often swap our protective winter layers for summer ones: sunscreen and sunglasses.
Is Organic Really Better?
At it's roots, naturopathic medicine is about treating the whole person. Naturopathic medicine does not just look at select symptoms, but rather dives into the root cause of how those symptoms came to be.