More Great Classes from Simplistic Wholistic!

April 16, 2014

Gina Reig of Simplistic Wholistic has lots of new and healthy classes coming up in April and May. Whole Food Probiotics & Ferments 101 in Catonsville, MD Condiments, Sauces & Dips – Oh My! Cooking Class in Columbia, MD Homemade Probiotics – Fermenting FUNdamentals in Ellicott City, MD Medicine Cabinet Makeover: Essential Oils 101 in […]

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Easing Arthritis Pain

April 9, 2014

You have arthritis; it’s painful, it’s annoying, and it’s getting in the way of your daily life.  But is it something that you must endure, simply because others have suffered with it in the past?  Is it a natural part of aging?  Not necessarily.  There are many new treatments to relieve the pain of arthritis, […]

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New Classes by Simplistic Wholistic!

April 2, 2014

Gina Reig of Simplistic Wholistic has such wonderful classes that we decided to share them with you here! Gina is a Health & Nutrition Coach and guides her clients and students to be aware of what is really in the food we eat. Take a class from her, and you’ll enjoy cooking demonstrations, tasting samples, […]

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Get Up!

March 12, 2014

by Lauren Swanger, holistic health enthusiast and research journalist We’re built to run, climb, and lift! Our ancestors spent most of their time traveling on foot, hunting for food, fleeing predators, looking for better sources of food, etc. When they sat down, they certainly deserved the rest. In contemporary times, however, the we spend much […]

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New Classes by Simplistic Wholistic!

March 10, 2014

Gina Reig of Simplistic Wholistic has such wonderful classes that we decided to share them with you here! Gina is a Health & Nutrition Coach and guides her clients and students to be aware of what is really in the food we eat. Take a class from her, and you’ll enjoy cooking demonstrations, tasting samples, […]

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Nature and Nutrition

March 5, 2014

by Lauren Swanger, holistic health enthusiast and research journalist It’s been said that you are what you eat, and it’s becoming more evident that what you eat is what you are. To explain… There are many things in nature which we do not understand, but one thing is abundantly clear: food, in its most natural […]

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Streeeeetch!

February 26, 2014

The idea of stretching before or after exercise may seem redundant, but the advantages far outweigh the “inconvenience” of spending that time warming up the muscles and increasing blood flow. Stretching reduces stress, increases flexibility, and should be made a part of everyone’s exercise routine. But, it should be done slowly and safely. Stretching can […]

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Hey, Honey!

February 19, 2014

Hey honey! Yes, you. That innocent looking little bottle in the pantry… Who knew you could do so much? Honey has been used in Ayurveda medicine for at least 4,000 years and is considered to be useful in improving eyesight, aiding in weight loss, curing bronchial asthma, and even nausea. Honey contains flavonoids, those antioxidants […]

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Love…

February 14, 2014
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Cold Explained by Chinese Medicine

February 5, 2014

by Chris Hammond M.Ac.,L.Ac. With the cold weather upon us, I thought it would be useful to talk a bit about the effects of cold. Cold has the quality of contracting muscles and slowing down qi and metabolic function in the body. Cold in the body means that there is an absence of qi as […]

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