Having started on social media, so-called “unicorn food” is a trend that’s spreading like wildfire. So far there’s been unicorn lattes, unicorn ice cream, unicorn yogurt bark, sprinkle-encrusted unicorn toast, and other vivid delights. Although some of these magical morsels are created with healthy, natural ingredients like beets and matcha, many contain dairy, refined sugar, and synthetic dyes. Fun food doesn’t have to be unhealthy! There are so many natural, delicious flavors and bright colors; it’s easy to whip up something that’s both gorgeous and good for you. With that […]

Bacillus coagulans is a beneficial probiotic strain that helps to promote digestive health, reduce diarrhea caused by antibiotics, encourage a healthy immune system, normalize nutrient absorption in the body, and help balance gut flora. Similar to the Lactobacillus bacterium, Bacillus coagulans produces lactic acid inside the digestive tract. Lactic acid is helpful because it encourages the growth of healthy bacteria while inhibiting the growth of harmful bacteria. Bacillus coagulans is available in fermented foods like kimchi or kombucha and some probiotic supplements.

With one out of every 10 American adults actively taking an antidepressant, the need to promote mental health through natural means has never been greater.[1] A healthy, organic diet and regular exercise are critical for laying the foundation of healthy living. Herbs like St. John’s wort (Hypericum perforatum) are a source of antioxidants and other specialized nutrients that encourage physical and mental wellness. In fact, for centuries, people have turned to St. John’s wort as a natural remedy for an array of health concerns. Let’s take a closer look at […]

April 22 is Earth Day—a day to generate appreciation for the Earth. As individuals, it’s an opportunity to reflect on our environmental impact and explore new and creative ways to conserve. On a larger scale, Earth Day reminds us of our collective need to protect the environment, the Earth, and its resources for future generations. That mindset has directed the development of Global Healing Center as a company and shaped our offerings to our customers.

Energy drinks are popular among gamers, students, athletes, professionals, and anyone who has to drive overnight from Milwaukee to St. Louis. They’re big business, too. Americans spent $12.5 billion on energy drinks in 2012. Market experts predict that number to climb to $21.5 billion in 2017.[1] It’s clear that these drinks are only growing in popularity. With so many people guzzling them down every day, can energy drinks really be that bad? The short answer is yes.

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