Electrosmog The concept of electrosmog is relatively new though not one to be ignored. More research is being released advising us against the dangers of products many of us use and rely on daily – think cell phones,… Read More

Ten dangerous everyday things in your home

Ten Dangerous Everyday Things in Your Home Adapted from: Dr. Mercola Household cleaning products may seem essential for a tidy home, but did you know they can be detrimental to your health?  In fact, 33.1 million individuals encounter incidences… Read More

It’s Alive! Fermented Foods

Due to their health benefits, fermented foods have become increasingly popular over the last few years. You’ve probably seen bottles of kombucha lining shelves and those fabulous jars of pickled veggies at your local farmer’s market. These foods… Read More

How to Cook from Scratch and Keep Your Day Job

  Eating fresh whole foods is essential for health, no matter who you are. Whole foods like vegetables, fruits and high quality meats are nutrient dense. When consumed together, their synergistic effect provides total nourishment for the body…. Read More

Share the Care

At The Spring, we believe a personal referral is the highest  compliment you can pay us and as an appreciation of your trust and your support, we are happy to offer you our Share the Care referral rewards… Read More

These Bugs May Improve Your Mood “Psychobiotics”

By Dr. David Perlmutter These Bugs May Improve Your Mood You’ve heard of the term probiotics, and likely prebiotics as well, but now we are hearing about “psychobiotics.” These have been defined as: living organisms that, when ingested in… Read More

Holiday Hours

December 2, 2015 We hope that this holiday season brings relaxing time at home and with your family and friends. We know that schedules quickly fill up, but don’t forget to take care of yourself too!   Elke will be… Read More

Limiting Antibiotics in our Meat Supply

September 23, 2015 Why is it important to limit the use of antibiotics in our meat supply? When chickens, cows, and other animals are routinely given antibiotics, bacteria have the ability to develop resistance to those antibiotics. The… Read More

Diabetes Ages Your Brain Five Years Faster Than Normal

September 2, 2015 One in four people in the US are diagnosed with diabetes, and those in their fifties are at a significantly heightened risk for mental decline by the time they are 70. It’s becoming quite clear that to protect… Read More

Metabolism Boosting Tips to Optimize Your Weight

August 25, 2015 Dr. Mercola unveils some of  the reasons why we just cannot seem to lose weight, and how solid nutrition science can help you tweak some of your daily habits to boost your metabolism. Is your metabolism… Read More