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Feel Better This Spring!

• Swap your sugar for honey! It's loaded with B vitamins (great for mental health) and it's much less refined- buy unpasteurized if possible! Research supports wisdom of the ages that honey is full of anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effects, helping boost immunity.

• Feel positive about life, make a conscious effort to think positive thoughts. No one affects what you believe more than yourself. Think it, become it! It's proven a bright outlook helps contribute to better health and longevity.

• Spice it up baby! Sprinkle those herbs and spices more often, they're loaded with antioxidants that protect from disease.

• Stay hydrated! We hear it all the time, but it's true. Ditch the pop and drink water (regular or carbonated is great), herbal teas, and real juices!

• Go outside! We're blessed with an amazing landscape, soak it up, get active, and enjoy!


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