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Health Challenge Day 12: Plant Something

Platinum Health Challenge Day 12: Plant Something Is it still raining!?! Looks like we are in store for a lush and green spring time in northern California. To help out, for Day 12 your challenge is to Plant Something! But it is cold and rainy out you say? You in luck, we have supplies in …

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Movement Deficiency Syndrome

Dr. James Chestnut, who we had the opportunity to see present this weekend, coined the term ‘Movement Deficiency Syndrome’ to identify the necessity of both physical activity and exercise on human physiology, function, and health. Physical activity and exercise are necessary components to keeping our bodies in working order, via supporting our genetic requirement for sufficient and pure …

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Health Challenge Day 11: Gratitude

Platinum Health Challenge Day 11: Gratitude Did you know that writing down 5 things you’re grateful for everyday can have significant beneficial affects on your brain and health? Let’s try it out! For Day 11, List 5 Things You are Grateful For. The science is pretty solid, being grateful for the good things in your …

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Health Challenge Day 10: Shoulder Mobility

Platinum Health Challenge Day 10: Shoulder Mobility Now that our hips are all feeling great from yesterday’s challenge, it is time to give our shoulders some love. Day 10 is Shoulder Mobility! Check out this video from Dr. Karo showing some flexion and extension mobility for your shoulders. Accumulate 10 minutes throughout the day. How …

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Vitamin D

Vitamin D is a profoundly important nutrient that provides a vast array of health benefits. The question is, do we really need to supplement? And if we do, what’s the proper dosage? It is estimated that up to 85% of people have insufficient levels of vitamin D and are unaware of their deficient state. While …

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