Tag Archives: Youngevity

Oxytocin for Heart Health and More

Oxytocin supports heart health and more.   Often referred to as the “Love Hormone,” this little molecule is best known for its effects on social behavior. When oxytocin levels are high, humans and other mammals feel drawn to one another. Social animals require healthy bonding for survival, and oxytocin has probably evolved to reinforce those bonds.   Oxytocin released during childbirth ...

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Why Keep Native Plants on Your Farm or Garden

Podcast describes Reasons for Native Plants

Reasons to include native plants are abundant. Listen to this week’s episode to learn why we include native plants on our farm.   Can you benefit from using natives in your farm or garden?   Description LINKS TO RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE Medicinal Herb eBook and Newsletter Signup USDA Plants Database (Unaffiliated Public Website) ABOUT EPISODE 8 Host Mary Lucero discusses ...

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Online Conference Connects Soil Health to Your Health

Good Nutrition Begins On Farms and In Gardens.  Hipocrates once recognized food as the best medicine.  Of course, it goes without saying that only good food is good medicine. Food that is rich in functional vitamins, minerals, and phytochemicals can support healthy body weights, combat cancer, promote sleep, and ensure a strong immune system. Today it seems like everyone is ...

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Better Health Is Yours to Reclaim

Melissa Brice of Reclaim Wellness Talks about Taking Charge of Health and Wellness

     Melissa Brice of Reclaim Wellness, a holistic health center in Las Cruces, NM, was a recent guest on Microbes, Minerals, and Mindsets.  Like so many  in the rapidly expanding area of holistic health and wellness, Melissa reached her perspectives about health through her personal struggle to get better.   In this episode, we discuss the rising cost of health ...

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Why all the Interest in Hemp and CBD?

How New Information and Chronic Pain Opened My Eyes to the Value of Hemp If you would have told me 15 or 20 years ago that I would be affiliated company that sold hemp, I would have laughed.  No really.  The idea would have been ludicrous to me.  Afterall, I spent much of my young adulthood distancing myself from the ...

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Helping Student Athletes Go, Fight, and Win

As fall sports place physical demands on student athletes and their families, it is worth thinking twice about how we replenish lost nutrients. We feed our athletes and our soccer moms and dads far too much fast food as we rush around getting them to games and practices. Then, we send them to the courts and fields where we put ...

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From International Business to Local Regenerative Farming

Health Concerns Led International Businessman Glen Schultz to Abandon Fortune 500 Sales and Start a Farm As Glen Schultz researched the cause of his son’s ailments, he became concerned about the way milk and other foods were being produced.  At first, he shopped from natural grocery stores.  But that wasn’t enough.  The more deeply he researched how food was being ...

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Episode 2: Microbes, Minerals and Nutrition

Click on the Podcast Player to hear Dr. Mary Lucero and co-host Tony Pragner discuss the interplay between microbes and minerals that is necessary for good nutrition. The components nutritionists call “minerals” are what chemists call “elements.” Mineral nutrients come from the soil, air, and water plants grow in. Even if you don’t eat plants, the minerals in the meat ...

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What Does Freedom Look Like?

Another Independence Day has passed us by.  My regular followers know that July 4th has special meaning to us as a business.  Afterall, I started this business because I recognized that our poor health and our poor economy are directly related to the freedoms that are disappearing from US society.  Freedoms that are being eroded away by so many policies ...

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