Karen DeHaven

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Isn’t having osteoporosis by age 50 just normal? What can I do about it?

It’s no surprise that by our 50’s we females have osteoporosis. Too much SUGAR and highly processed foods, stress, anxiety, hormonal imbalances, fluctuations in weight, improper alignment, and lack of movement are all contributing factors, which we experienced a lot of growing up. And now we have to concern ourselves with the ramifications that come

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Remember rolling your eyes when mom told you to sit up straight?

“Sit up straight.  You’re going to have round shoulders when you grow up.”  Do you remember your mom telling you that all the time? Well, perhaps we should have listened to her instead of rolling our eyes, not because we would have prevented having rounded shoulders, but because sitting tall can help our digestion. Are

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Join me in giving thanks for a new approach to working out

“My doctor says I need to lose weight and I should be exercising more. …if I don’t, I’m at risk for atherosclerosis, a heart attack, diabetes,…” Dave S. “I am concerned about my muscle tone and excess flab. Can you help me?” Nancy B. I hear quotes like these all too often. Again, we’ve fallen

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The quick fix diet isn’t working. How about a more sustainable solution?

I bet you’d like a quick fix to slimming down and feeling fit… or to finding a solution to your chronic constipation, indigestion, back pain, seasonal allergies, autoimmune issues, or achy joints caused by inflammation and carrying a few extra pounds. You’ve explored different diets that are out there – Keto, Paleo, Whole 30, FODMAP,

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Sunlight! The purest, richest multi-vitamin available. And it’s free.

In 2014, it was estimated that approximately 12% of U.S. deaths (340,000 persons per year) could be linked to inadequate sun exposure.1 And a 2016 all-cause mortality study found that avoidance of sun exposure is a risk factor for death similar to that of smoking.2 This only makes sense. Sunlight is the primary source of

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More steps we can take to protect ourselves from Glyphosate

In my last blog, I barely scratched the surface on the topic of glyphosate (a toxic herbicide that is the active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup). Its ill effects on plants, animals and the human body seem endless. Once sprayed, it gets into our soil and water systems and eventually into our oceans, killing the healthy

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Glyphosate. Can one product cause so much harm? What can we do?

Like me, you’re concerned about what’s in and on your food. We’re doing our best to select healthy, well-raised foods. We don’t want to be feeding our families foods sprayed with toxic chemicals. But most likely we are. In the late 1990s, industry discovered they could put a bacterial gene into plants to give them

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See your generosity have a greater impact! Vote with your food dollar!

I know you like supporting charities, being involved in service projects. Likely you support or have supported a child overseas through an organization such as World Vision or Compassion International. In this vein, I want to urge you to support your local farmers.  Their livelihoods depend on it. And our lives and society depend on

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