NaturAlley Highlights

The NaturAlley blog features short health and wellness articles contributed by health professionals and published authors to help keep you informed and be inspired when it comes to living a healthy lifestyle. From nutrition and fitness to spiritual and mental health, our blog will continue to add useful information to help boost your well-being.

Live Fit – Live Active

Dieting and exercise go hand in hand. Age is just a mindset. If you thought that only dieting burns your belly fat, you are wrong. If you really want to lose weight, you need to include an hour of daily exercise that targets and reduces belly fat.

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Three Signs You May Be Experiencing Permacrisis

Collins Dictionary named “Permacrisis” as the word of the year for 2022. By definition, permacrisis is “an extended period of instability and insecurity, especially one resulting from a series of catastrophic events.” It is common for people to live their life stuck in crisis mode, continuously unhappy but it does not have to be that way. As someone who has overcome a lifetime of trauma, I would not wish permacrisis on anyone. But I also know there are ways around and through it.

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Basil Is an Herb for All Seasons

The use of exotic herbs in everyday cooking has become the norm rath​er than the exception. One reason for this is the discovery of the therapeutic value of herbs. Basil is one such herb and is characterized by its minty flavor. This aromatic herb is especially popular with chefs. So easy is it to grow that cooks would rather have fresh basil and grow it in their herb garden. The added fact that it doesn’t cost a great deal has ensured its popularity.

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In 2003, the Genome Project was completed, and it allowed us to be able to read our genetic blueprint. Like any blueprint, however, the final outcome can be modified. The blueprint of our genes can not only be altered from within, but more importantly, from other sources – our thoughts, our interpretation of our experiences, our actions and the environment.

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Best Vegetables to Juice

If you’ve never tried vegetable juice before, a favorite beginner’s juice is made from carrots. However, it is important to note that not all carrots taste the same and it is no different for the juice they produce. Across the board, most people enjoy the sweet juice rendered by carrots grown in California.

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