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Feel Better Faster with Essential Oils

The Health Boosting Effects of Turmeric, and Saffron Supplements

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Thank you for visiting NutritionWise, the private practice of Nicole Meadow, MPN, RD. The connection between health and nutrition continues to grow stronger every day. People are realizing more and more that making changes to improve their diet and physical activity habits can improve their overall health. Nutrition is a life-long journey, not a final destination. Combining healthy eating habits with an effective exercise routine is extremely important to attaining a life of health and mental wellness. Good nutrition is part of a healthy lifestyle, the foundation of which is built on healthy eating habits. With a focus on disease prevention and overall health awareness, we guide you to take a more active role in managing your quality of life.

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• NutritionWise is pleased to announce the addition of a new dietitian. Deborah Turquie, MS, RD has joined our team and is a wonderful clinician fluent in English, Spanish and Hebrew. Please see "About Us" for more details about Deborah.

• 1/23/10: Nicole and Patricia present "Rethinking Pediatric Nutrition Assessment and Intervention” at Children's Hospital Los Angeles along with fellow pediatric dietitian and former colleague Hope Wills.

• Nicole is featured in an article on "Eosinophilic Esophagitis" in the December 2009 edition of ICAN (Infant, Children and Adolescent Nutrition) professional journal.

• Patricia is speaking in Las Vegas in February at Pediatric Feeding: Using the DIR®/FloortimeTM Model A Relationship-Based Approach from a Multi-Disciplinary Perspective

• Patricia is Participating in creating Standards of Practice (SOP) and Standards of Professional Performance (SOPP) for Dietititans working with Individuals with Special Needs with the American Dietetic Association

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Feel Better Faster with Essential Oils

Whats the secret to calming the itch caused by bug bites? Peppermint oil. Meanwhile, chamomile and tea tree oils relieve irritation caused by eczema and dandruff.

essential oils that treat arthritis

Although essential oils don't replace medication, they can help you feel better faster. Serious conditions should always be treated by medical professionals. But if you have a little itch that doesn't need a doctor, try these natural solutions.

To illustrate, a 2012 study tested chamomile against topical steroids. They discovered that applying chamomile twice a day reduced inflammation and itching and help the skin to heal without the side effects of the steroids.

What about arthritis? Lots of us deal with stiffness, aches, and inflamed joints. It affects our mood as well as our mobility. However, the cooling sensation brought on by peppermint oil reduces inflammation and pain. Plus, there are several other essential oils that treat arthritis.

Next, if your body isn't feeling good, it's hard to be agreeable and motivated. You could benefit from diffusing one of the best-smelling essential oils. Lavender is good for relaxing, or a little bergamot inspires cheerful thoughts.

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The Health Boosting Effects of Turmeric, and Saffron Supplements

The medicinal use of herbs and naturally occurring materials in organic form has been in great demand so far. It is important to know that when medicines are made or the supplements are formulated to treat any sort of illnesses and issues in the human body, they have to be make sure that there is no side effects caused by the medicines during the treatment process. It is only possible when the medicines are made up of organic compounds which are not harmless rather, have the power to improve the overall health conditions.

The Health Boosting Effects of Turmeric, and Saffron Supplements

Turmeric and saffron have been two of the most common ingredients of most of the Asian Ayurveda treatments because of the natural benefits and the various useful components found in these two medicinal plants.

Despite the fact that these two plants have lots of benefits for various health issues and can help in treating problems which are necessary to treat in a delicate manner, these are also used as a spice and may be sue din daily food items to add some flavor along with the usual benefits these spices offer.

There are many health boosting effects that can be experienced while taking in turmeric as a part of the food items in the form of spices or sometimes it is taken in the form of capsules or turmeric supplements as well. Turmeric has healing powers and make sure to offer quick healing of wounds when it is applied on the wounds. In case if it is taken in the form of capsules or dietary supplements, the effect of turmeric is noticeable as it promotes cell regeneration, reduces inflammation and also has an antibacterial and anti-microbial effect.

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