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Wellness Mama Provides Simple Answers for Healthier Families
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Many people think Herbs de Provence is a rarely-useable spice, but it's actually quite versatile. It can be described as bold, woodsy, and a little bit floral.

It pairs well with almost any cut of meat (especially chicken and pork) and really complements most seafood. I often add it to homemade soups and broths too.

We love to pre-mix a little into grass-fed butter and keep it at the ready for topping veggies or cauliflower rice.

Here's how to make your own ->

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Easy Ways to Use Montessori At Home

These simple principles can help you incorporate Montessori at home for child-led learning with scaled furniture, workstations and resources.

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Ever come down with a terrible migraine headache but just don't like taking conventional pain killers? Me either. That's why this herbal migraine tincture is so great!

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Really interesting way to mix up salad.

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This is a very simple and delicious weeknight meal that our kids love. It regularly makes the rounds in our house!

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Get the scoop on the invisible but real health impact of EMFs (electromagnetic fields). Dan DeBaun tells us how to manage the risks in simple steps.

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Yerba mate has an impressive host of health benefits and can satisfy in much the same way that coffee does. It has a unique, rich flavor that’s similar to black or green tea. Would you try this as a replacement for coffee?

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Fertility monitors are a great way to use the body's natural hormone shifts to pinpoint ovulation and fertility to avoid or achieve pregnancy.

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Echinacea Benefits: A Potent Natural Remedy (+ a Caution!)

Echinacea is a great herb for immune support, illness recovery and acute illness but it should not be used by some people like those with thyroid disease.

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Seems pretty intuitive, but glad to see more information and research about this.
Interesting. Could a few minutes of movement every hour at school help kids become better learners? A 2013 report from the Institute of Medicine concluded: “children who are more active show greater attention, have faster cognitive processing speed and perform better on standardized academic tests than children who are less active.” And a study released in January by Lund University in Sweden shows “that students, especially boys, who had daily physical education, did better in school.”
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