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Rosemary Ferguson
3 Day Juice Fast with Rosemary Ferguson

3 Day Juice Fast with Rosemary Ferguson

Juice fasting has become a popular way for people to detoxify their body and lose weight, provided they do it in a healthy way, and for a limited time. I would suggest 3 days, any longer and it can become difficult, as you may find yourself over-tired and lacking energy (the opposite of what you should be feeling!) Juice fasting consists of cutting out all solid food for a period of time and replacing your entire food intake with various fruit and vegetable juices. Since low-sugar fruits and vegetables contain high concentrations of nutrients and antioxidants, low levels of calories,...

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Five Nail Conditions—And What They Say About Our Health

Five Nail Conditions—And What They Say About Our Health

When most of us think of nails, we think of picking a manicure color. But to doctors, the nails can reveal tons about our internal health. We spoke to a host of experts about what our nails are trying to tell us—and how to listen. According to integrative medicine doctor, Dr. Taz Bhatia, “the key health signs of your nails include overall nail strength—i.e. do they break or split easily, and their color.” Our nails can send clues not just about how we’ve been treating them (one too many gel manicures) but sometimes also hint at our internal health as...

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Rosemary Ferguson
Healthy Keto by Rosemary Ferguson

Healthy Keto by Rosemary Ferguson

High fat, low carb - NourishAlso known as the Keto diet, it is based on 3 main principles: high fat, low carb, and moderate protein intake. The point is not to get too hung up on percentages, and don’t count your calories. I tend not to get bogged down with the nitty gritty, just be roughly aware of your intake.

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Our Mental Health - Anxiety & Stress

Our Mental Health - Anxiety & Stress

Navigating the modern world is tough enough, but add in the first global pandemic to happen in the last hundred years, and you have yourself a recipe for full-blown, full-time anxiety. As most have traded offices for a cramped corner at home (the place we've built as a sanctuary), we're forced to work where we play, deeming it a separation-free zone. It's a situation only rivaled by those who've had to step in as both parent and teacher to homeschool their children with limited support. And it's not as if you can step out for an escape, which only enhances...

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