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Essential Oils for Gardening AND the Gardener

Ahhhhh, summer. If you live in a temperate climate, you are familiar with the necessary limits imposed by the annual cycle of planting, growing, and harvesting. There are certainly some crops that can be planted throughout the summer for continuous and/or fall...

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8 Benefits of Essential Oils

This week’s post is unusual in that it was written by a staff member of the independent group consumersadvocate.org. Here at Wellness Made Simple, we are delighted to present fair and balanced treatment of the essential oil industry, and we hope that you...

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Roses in December

An important part of wellness is being able to cope with grief in a way that allows life to continue and healing to come at whatever pace it is meant to come. For this week’s post, I have invited Kristina Risinger, an accomplished grief counselor and author, to give...

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Garlic

One of the most powerful foods on earth is the humble garlic. It is a member of the allium (onion) family and is closely related to onions, shallots, and leeks. Used by cuisines throughout history and around the globe, garlic is easy to grow and prepare...

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Personalized Nutrition for Health and Wellness

Have you ever wondered why some diets and so-called “superfoods” work so well for some people and not at all - or even cause problems - for others? Have you ever noticed that certain foods always make you feel great while others make you feel tired, sluggish, bloated,...

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Hungry

While there are pockets of true hunger in the U.S., most people I talk to or read about have access to adequate nutritional food. So why are so many people hungry much of the time? And why do any of us eat more – or more frequently – than is good for our...

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