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Wellness is more than just feeling healthy. It’s about making conscious decisions on a daily basis that empower you to live a healthy, happy, and fulfilling life. From nutrition and fitness, to spiritual and mental health, join me and learn how to boost your overall wellness naturally. We will cover a wide range of topics, including acupuncture, nutrition, exercise, fertility, self-care, and everything in between. Take your wellness to the next level today!

Spring Parsley Pesto

With March comes the promise of sunnier, warmer days, inspiring many people to get outside and into the woods, parks or whatever green spaces their town has to offer. Unfortunately, for many people the arrival of spring also means another round of seasonal allergies...

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5 Reasons To Get Acupuncture For Allergies

Allergies, seasonal or otherwise, are one of the biggest health issues people deal with in the United States. And the numbers are rising every year. Part of this is because our agricultural practices have changed drastically in the past 40 years and our bodies are not...

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Garlic Hijiki with Mung Bean Sprouts

Garlic Hijiki with Mung Bean Sprouts - - hijiki, olive oil, garlic, minced, tamari, water, mung bean sprouts, Wash and soak hijiki, about 20 minutes.; Heat oil with garlic and tamari for 2 minutes.; Add hijiki and saute for 2 more minutes.;...

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Hijiki Salad

Hijiki Salad - - hijiki, carrot, grated, purple cabbage, grated, ginger, grated, umeboshi vinegar, toasted sesame oil, Soak hijiki in water for 30 minutes, then rinse.; Place carrots, cabbage, and ginger in a large bowl.; Add hijiki, vinegar,...

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Seaweed Salad

Seaweed Salad - - seaweed (combine 2-3 varieties), agave syrup, rice wine vinegar, sesame oil, sesame seeds, Combine all ingredients in a bowl.; Marinate at least 30 minutes before serving. ; - - Sea Vegetables - Salads - Sea...

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Kung-Fu Hijiki Salad

Kung-Fu Hijiki Salad - - hijiki, water, yellow or red pepper, chopped, scallions, chopped, carrot, chopped, corn kernels, fresh off the cob, cherry tomatoes, chopped in half ((optional)), sesame oil, umeboshi vinegar, shredded garlic, fresh...

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Wakami with Greens

Wakami with Greens - - wakami, soaked and chopped, leafy green vegetables ((collards, kale, mustard)), olive oil, Dash of sea salt, lemon, juiced, sesame seeds, toasted, Wash, soak, and chop wakami into small pieces.; Wash and chop greens into...

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Quick Nori Soup

Quick Nori Soup - - nori , daikon (grated), ginger, umeboshi past, boiling water, In a dry skillet, toast each nori sheet for 1-2 minutes on each side.; Tear or cut nori into bite sized pieces.; Add nori, daikon, ginger, and umeboshi to a pot...

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Dulse Dressing

Dulse Dressing - - water, tahini ((sesame paste)), umeboshi paste, dulse flakes, scallions, finely chopped ((optional)), Warm the water. Add the tahini and stir until creamy.; Stir or blend in umeboshi paste. Mix thoroughly. ; Stir in dulse...

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Arame Saute

Arame Saute - - arame, water, Shoyu, mirin, sesame oil, shallots (diced), button mushrooms (thinly sliced), carrot (chopped into match stick size pieces), broccoli (florets and stems diced), sunflower seeds (lightly toasted), Rinse arame well...

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TCM For Acid Reflux

Acid reflux is very common in today’s world. Statistics show 60 percent of the adult population in the United States will experience some type of gastroesophageal reflux disease or GERD at some point in their lives. Currently there are seven million people in the U.S....

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What is a “Health Halo”?

  If you’re trying to eat healthier, you already know you should be including lots of lean protein, vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and healthy fats. . But things get a lot more complicated when you step into the grocery store. The majority of store...

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Millet Crockpot Congee

Millet Crockpot Congee - - millet, water, dried goji, dried mullberry, Ghee to taste, Stevia ((optional)), , For a richer flavor, toast millet in a hot, dry pan for 3 minutes. Make sure to stir frequently, as the millet can burn...

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Cooling Mint Tea

Cooling Mint Tea - - fresh mint, , Steep in boiling water for 10-15 minutes and then add cool water.; Chill for at least one hour.; One chilled you can add watermelon and/or pear (or the juice of each) for flavor and even more...

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