Clear Choice Natural Healthcare Blog

Sprouts! Year-Round Freshness with High Nutrition

    Sprouts are exactly what they sound like: sprouted seeds for consumption. Common edible sprouts include alfalfa, red clover, radish, beans, peas, kale and broccoli sprouts. Microgreens get a lot of press these days, and while they are also great, they tend to be a bit more involved than sprouts, requiring dirt or a growing medium. Sprouts only require water and a well drained container, such as a mason jar topped with cheesecloth. Simple! You … [Read More...]

Steps to Obtaining a Healthy Mind and Body in the New Year

    Obtaining a healthy mind and body depends on how you feel and how you care for your body. Make progress towards a healthier body and happier mind in 2021 by doing a few things.   1. Begin with positivity in mindset. So much of having a healthy mind and body depends on how you feel. Beginning with a positive attitude is the best way to feel good about yourself, even if results seem to be slow in coming. Whether you’re dieting, exercising … [Read More...]

Relax During the Holidays

  Many people report increased stress during the holidays due to extra obligations, financial pressure, and family drama. If you’re feeling overwhelmed and stressed this time of year, it’s time to put the following relaxation plan into action. Once you’re feeling relaxed, it will help you find greater happiness and purpose as you go about your day.   Ideally, don’t wait until stress becomes all-consuming… make it a habit to use these relaxation … [Read More...]

10 Harmful Health Effects Caused by Excessive Sugar Consumption

Foods taste sweet because they contain sugars which can be naturally occurring or added. What’s the main difference between the two?Naturally occurring sugars are the sugars found in whole foods like fruit, milk, vegetables, and some grains. Fructose and lactose in fruit and milk products, respectively, are naturally occurring sugars. On the other hand, sugars and syrups added to foods … [Read More...]

The Benefits of Blocking Blue Light

  The electromagnetic spectrum spans from gamma rays—which can be deadly—to the radio waves that flow in the air all around us without any effect. Between the ultraviolet and infrared sections of the spectrum is the most important wavelength for our eyes: visible light. But research indicates that blue light can be problematic in high doses—especially with our increasing use of electronic devices. Both the sun and incandescent bulbs … [Read More...]