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As a person who prefers to eat meat for at least two meals of the day, I never really cared about veganism or vegetarian diets. Several months back a colleague of mine named Sarah kept emphasizing her shift towards the ‘vegan’ lifestyle, and started preaching about abandoning ‘animal cruelty’. I[...]
For many of us, anxiety makes holidays harder, and in turn, holidays make anxiety worse. But you can’t simply avoid every family gathering, which means you need to find ways to cope. Rather than suffering in silence, use these tips to keep your anxiety under control this holiday season:  [...]
It’s a well-established fact that nutrient-rich whole foods like fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and healthy fats are good for your skin. But some foods are better for our skin than others. Which nutrients, in particular, should you be on the lookout for? Here, we take a look at some of the most[...]

While nobody would ever choose to be unhappy or unhealthy, sometimes it feels like there isn’t much say in how age takes a toll. While we can’t control everything, there are many choices we can make to help ensure we enjoy the best possible situation as we grow older. Thankfully,[...]

The post Top Tips for Making the Most of Your Golden Years appeared first on Psinergy Natural Health & Holistic Wellness.

The old saying about “You are what you eat” helps us remember that we should eat healthy food. Could a catchy saying help us remember that our physical bodies are affected by our emotional experiences, especially when it comes to stress?   The connection between stress and back pain Maybe[...]

The post Stress, Posture, and Back Pain, Are they Linked? appeared first on Psinergy Natural Health & Holistic Wellness.

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March Equinox
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Lyrids Meteor Shower
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