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Tips to Keep your Heart HOPing: Healthy, ‘Open’, and at Peace

Tips to Keep your Heart HOPing: Healthy, ‘Open’, and at Peace

Heart Healthy — Physically & Spiritually: 1. Walk, bike, run, rollerblade, snowshoe, or make love to your partner surrounded by nature, in the woods, by water. Take in your environment. Be present! 2. Eat less sugar and low fatty foods, choosing bread made of sourdough for example, instead of whole wheat. 3. Quit smoking. 4. […]

About the writer: Faith Bower

Faith Brower is an Early Childhood Educator and Director, She has her Bachelors in English and Masters in Early Childhood Leadership. She has served in various roles at Unity Churches in Chicago and the Greater Detroit area. Faith is currently writing books for children and adults to help support them in maneuvering through divorce and death experiences.

Unearthing Our Health

Unearthing Our Health

Unearthing Our Healthby Chef Deborah Lieder There is an air of silence that fills this time of year. The hustle and bustle of the holidays are over and we are tucked warmly away in our homes. It’s a time of contemplation, going within. And generally, because it’s the New Year, we have the opportunity to […]

Magnesium For Life

Approximately eight out of ten Americans are deficient in magnesium. Sadly, they probably don’t realize the extent of health conditions caused by this deficiency. Cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, migraine headaches, ADD, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, chronic pain, gastrointestinal disorders, insomnia, obesity, depression, diabetes, and metabolic syndrome, among others, are linked to magnesium deficiency. I’m passionate about sharing […]

About the writer: Dr. William H. Karl, D.C.

Dr. William H. Karl, D.C., is a Certified Wellness Doctor with over 30 years of experience helping people become well and achieve optimal health.  With an extensive knowledge of the human body and a keen interest in applying new and advanced techniques, he is able to provide the finest care possible for each and every one of his patients! Visit his website to sign up for a free monthly newsletter, or call (734) 425-8220 to find out how you can start getting healthier!

Inner Harmony

Inner Harmony

By Chef Deborah Lieder We are in the season of Libra, and as many of you know, it is the season of the scales, the balance, and harmony that we find within. Much of this pursuit in our lives must be approached with mindfulness of the whole of our bodies; if one area is out […]

The Shapes We Take

The Shapes We Take

The Shapes We TakeBy Chef Deborah Lieder As the days begin to get shorter and the air a little cooler, it is the friendly reminder a new season is upon us, change and transformation once again. This is the one constant in life, that things must change. Which, in a way, provides the freedom to […]

Finding Fall

Finding Fall

Finding Fallby Walt Gajewski September harkens the changing seasons in southeast Michigan as the farmers market here in downtown Farmington casts a reflection of the coming fall. Root vegetables, cool season crops and a full complement of winter squash including all sizes and shapes of pumpkins will have our market tables groaning. Let’s also not […]

Changing Your Hard-Wired Eating Habits

Changing Your Hard-Wired Eating Habits

Changing Your Hard-Wired Eating Habits People have all kinds of excuses for overeating. Have you heard the one that blames it on our ancestors? This one isn’t so far-fetched when you stop to think about it. We have reason to believe that our ancestors gorged on food whenever it was available. And those with the […]

About the writer: Dr. William H. Karl, D.C.

Dr. William H. Karl, D.C., is a Certified Wellness Doctor with over 30 years of experience helping people become well and achieve optimal health.  With an extensive knowledge of the human body and a keen interest in applying new and advanced techniques, he is able to provide the finest care possible for each and every one of his patients! Visit his website to sign up for a free monthly newsletter, or call (734) 425-8220 to find out how you can start getting healthier!