Exposure to bacteria and viruses along with mental and physical stressors can take a toll on our bodies, making us susceptible to illness. While we cannot always prevent the cold and flu, having a strong immune system is one of the best protections against these pathogens, and get us back to feeling ourselves quicker.
<strong>Dr. Alison Chen</strong>, Naturopathic doctor (inactive) is the founder of <a href="http://www.MummyCare.org" rel="nofollow">MummyCare</a>, co-founder of the Naturopathic Doctor Development Center, and the author of “ <a href="http://www.dralisonchen.com/poobook" rel="nofollow"><em>What Your Poo Says About You</em></a>”. <br> <br> Her background in competitive gymnastics, personal training, volunteer work in Africa, and honors degree in biology give her a well-rounded view to living well. <br> <br> Originally from Toronto, Alison travels the world with her husband, Jonathan Goodman, and family.
Being busy is great, but not if it lacks direction, passion, and makes your health suffer. Finding easy, productive health solutions that fit your life can be the difference between living and living well and there are easy things that you can incorporate into your routine without having you spinning your wheels.
03/11/2016 10:54 EST
While not as therapeutic, an alcoholic drink may actually be healthy for you in moderation. Depending on your health status, the concentration of alcohol and what it's mixed with, a moderate amount of alcohol can benefit a healthy body in various ways.
03/10/2016 01:38 EST
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