Health

Having a positive and high energy outlook on life will aid in moving one towards good health. Find out how to live mindfully, more vibrantly and take your health into your own hands with whole foods and good vibes.

Vitamin A – Benefits, Sources and Toxicity

By Kenko
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In Nutrition
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Updated October 13, 2017
Vitamin A Vitamin A is fat soluble, which means it is stored in the body. It is naturally found in the tissues of plants and animals. In plant life it occurs as carotenoids, a plant secondary metabolite that is one of the most abundant pigments found in organisms. It is most abundant in plant tissues […]

Better Sleep with a Herbal Nightcap

By Kenko
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In Herbal Remedies
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Updated October 1, 2017
Sleep is incredibly important for ones health and when you don’t get enough your whole body suffers – from your mind to your cells and genes. Getting good quality sleep can be hard in a society that is fast paced and and stimulating. It is essential to take time out of your busy day to […]

Tarragon – The King of Herbs

By Kenko
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In Nutrition
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Updated September 11, 2017
Tarragon is the loveliest addition to a cream sauce. That is what I was hooked on making for the longest time, a bit of cream, tarragon, lion’s mane, some free run chicken and a sprinkling of pepper, salt and parmigiano reggiano. When I first used it I was a little frightened, odd to say so […]

LASIK and Eye Health

By Kenko
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Updated August 16, 2017

Vision is a wonderful thing! The first time I put on glasses in the seventh grade I never knew before that the trees with their leaves could look so lovely. Glasses and contacts alike can be expensive

Lion’s Mane – Brain Superfood

By Kenko
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In Nutrition
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Updated August 7, 2017
Yamabushitake – A look into Lion’s Mane  Yamabushitake, as Lion’s Mane is known in Japan, is a white, hairy, edible and medicinal mushroom or fungus. Scientifically known as Hericium erinaceus is native to Eastern Asia, where it has a long culinary and medicinal history in both China and Japan. In the wild they grow on logs […]
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