The debate continues over whether genetically modified organisms are out to save the world or destroy it. But the argument for either side is far from cut-and-dry.

We always recommend the consumption of non-GMO whole foods; GMOs have only been around for the last two decades and the longstanding social and medical effects of GMO production and consumption is yet to be seen.

Learn a little about the history of GMOs. Should their labeling be required in the United States?


Yoga is defined as a Hindu spiritual and ascetic discipline, a part of which, including breath control, simple meditation, and the adoption of specific bodily postures, is widely practiced for health and relaxation.

Studies have shown that yoga does in fact benefit the human body, helping ease discomfort, lowering stress levels, and strengthening bones among a myriad of other health benefits.

Get started today to see what your body is capable of.



A Guide to Fall Food

The cooler weather, the falling leaves… it must me Fall! While we’ll miss the exciting flavors of summer, we’re stoked to see autumn produce hitting our local groceries. Squashes and tubers and even pomegranates – and with all their nutrients, to boot!

Take a look at this list of fall favorites along with their incredible health benefits. Let us know: which is your favorite?



Diabetes Globally

It’s the day after Halloween and here’s hoping you’re not stuffed full of candy!

Ironically, it’s also the first official day of American Diabetes Month and we want to bring you information all month long that can not only help you prevent the development of the disease, but help you deal with the effects if you already have. Remember: a healthy, balanced diet free of processed junk food is the first step toward your better health.

Let us know: What information would you like to see us publish this Diabetes Month? Drop us a note below and we’ll do our best to cater content to you.



Vitamin D Deficiency

Who doesn’t need a little sunshine?! The benefits of vitamin D are without end – and, as important as a good diet may be to your health, so is a healthy lifestyle, plenty of laughter, and a few rays of sun now and then. Check out the benefits in this infographic and then head outside for some rays.