Foods for Sex Life
Foods for The Sex Life You’ve Always Wanted
By: Pura | June 15, 2018 | No Comments

Anyone in a long-term relationship will tell you that keeping the flames alive in the bedroom is work. Stress, lack of sleep, children, and changing hormones all can contribute to a lower sex drive. Sometimes medication or visits with a professional is needed but sometimes a change in diet can...

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Coffee Leaf Tea
Time to Start Brewing Coffee Leaf Tea!
By: Pura | June 07, 2018 | No Comments

Tried giving up coffee and just can't quite give it the boot? Coffee Leaf Tea has been around for hundred's of years but today it's making a comeback and providing year-round work for coffee farmer's around the world. It has the subtle kick of caffeine you love from coffee with...

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What is Kefir
Make Room in Your Fridge for Kefir (The New ‘It’ Food)
By: Pura | June 01, 2018 | No Comments

Kefir water, yogurt, and probiotic drinks have started hitting your natural food store shelves. You may have heard of it before but why is it gaining popularity now?And should you be eating it? Kefir is a cultured, fermented food that tastes like if yogurt was a drink. It is made using...

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Pegan Diet
What is the Pegan Diet?
By: Pura | May 25, 2018 | No Comments

There are large groups of communities that feel very strongly about vegan and paleo diets. Advocates of both of these diets feel these ways of eating provide a variety of health benefits and some will argue that they may be the most 'natural' way us humans should be eating. We're...

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alfalfa facts
6 Facts about Alfalfa That Will Surprise You
By: Pura | May 17, 2018 | No Comments

Alfalfa is often added as a delicious and light ingredient in salads, sandwiches, or even in noodle wraps but it is so much more than fancy grass. Alfalfa is packed with nutrition and the potential to help strengthen and heal our bodies. Alfalfa is able to grow as far as 60...

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Leaky Gut
So You Have a Leaky Gut
By: Pura | May 11, 2018 | No Comments

You've realized you have a leaky gut. You've either been diagnosed by a professional or done enough research online to do a self-diagnosis (although we do recommend seeing your health professional). A leaky gut means the lining of your small intestine is damaged, causing undigested food particles, toxic waste products...

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