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Nutmeg Aspirin – Wellbeing Starts Here On a mission to feel, get and be better. We crowdsource and share tips based on real experiences, from real humans, for real wellbeing.

  • Drink water first thing in the morning to have more energy & hydrate
    by Susan on August 21, 2018 at 10:00 pm

    I just finished reading the book “Quench” by Dr.Dana Cohen, a functional medicine doctor in NYC. You can probably guess the topic of the book - almost 200 pages devoted to water and as it says on the book’s jacket, it is not about how much water you drink as it is when you drink it... […]

  • Is All Sugar The Devil?
    by Nicole Re on August 11, 2018 at 7:59 pm

    There are so many dietary theories these days on reducing or eliminating sugar from your diet. While I am a huge advocate for unprocessed sugar there is some gray area I wanted to dive into to see how I would feel if I eliminated close to all sugar and here is what happened... […]

  • Healing Lyme
    by Nicole Re on August 11, 2018 at 12:10 am

    This has been a very long and challenging road. With all challenge comes great wisdom and appreciation for the things we take for granted. Lyme has been my teacher in every way. I must insist that you be patient with your own journey... […]

  • 5 Foods for a Strong Immune System
    by RebeccaWinik on August 9, 2018 at 5:42 pm

    While I have read that vitamins B6, C & E, magnesium, and zinc are the key micronutrients needed to keep an immune system strong, I’m much more focused on eating the actual foods that have high amounts of these micronutrients to stave off illness... […]

  • Today’s Beauty Industry Standards- What You Can Do About It
    by Renee Tavoularis on July 31, 2018 at 11:08 pm

    Every one of us has a goal to properly support our health and well-being. Our efforts may be doing the reverse, though. In an attempt to cleanse, soften, moisturize, and protect our skin with countless mainstream personal care products, we have been exposing ourselves to hundreds of harmful toxins... […]

  • Four Plants That Help Remove Toxins From Your Home
    by Lauren Rashap on July 28, 2018 at 12:34 am

    Peace Lily: This flowering plant is NASA’s number-one pick for removing formaldehyde, trichloroethylene and benzene from the air and loves a shady area, which makes it a great pick to keep in your bedroom... […]

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