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Nashville Stamp

Hot Yoga: Why I love to sweat in the middle of summer

By Cindy Lunsford

Cindy Lunsford, the owner of the studio yogasoul, explains why she loves to turn up the heat in the yoga studio, no matter what the weather outside… The dog days of summer take on a whole new meaning here in Nashville. For many of us, the sweating begins well before Memorial Day. While I admit […]

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It takes a village: The community of wellness

By Leah McGee

Leah McGee, registered dietitian and co-founder of Nourished Routes, looks at the how the wider wellness community can work together to support each of us on our health journey… Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, and other social media platforms exist to help us connect, to friends, clients, products, services, and more. Another way that we are connecting […]

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Rootine: a new option for vitamins

By H&W

A company is hoping to change the way that we consume vitamins and nutrients. Rootine, which is based in Nashville, launched earlier this year. Nashville Health & Wellness Magazine sits down with Rachel Soper-Sanders, one of the co-founders of the brand, to find out more… A new Nashville-based company hopes to shake up the vitamin […]

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Mushrooms: A weekend griller’s secret ingredient

By Josh McCrary

Local Table is a local food and farm guide. Their goal is to support a community that celebrates homegrown food, folks and farms from Tennessee. Here, writer Josh McCrary shares his ideas to shake up your grilling habits with some natural produce… Grilling is one of the most basic methods to cook hamburgers, steaks, seafood, […]

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Nashville’s self-care programs

By Lakeithea Anderson

What options are available for local residents of Nashville if they want to concentrate on self-care? Lakeithea Anderson, community engagement coordinator for Nashville Community Education highlights the programs available… Let’s go ahead and admit it in this social media-obsessed society, “self-care” is now buzz word that has become pretty popular, and could even be considered […]

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Proverbs 12:10: Healing and helping animals

By H&W

Proverbs 12:10 is an organization that specializes in helping animals that have been neglected or mistreated. Nashville Health & Wellness Magazine speaks to the Lavonne Redferrin, who shares her story and why she is convinced that animals should be part of everyone’s wellness journey… The history of any organization is always interesting and heartfelt, and the […]

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Decoding men’s emotional health

By Dr Lisa Webb

June is Men’s Health Month, and Dr Lisa Webb discusses why men might be more resistant to seeking professional help for their mental and emotional health… More times than I can count, men have come to an appointment and when asked why they are in my office, they say, “My wife/ girlfriend/ partner/ significant other […]

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Today is the day to kick those cravings!

By Karina Hammer

Karina Hammer, a certified Holistic Wellness Coach, offers her advice on how you can kick your cravings and focus on a healthier eating journey… Have you ever said to yourself, “Today is the day I am going to start eating healthier!”? I think we have all said this to ourselves at one time or another. […]

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Five steps for digital wellness

By Rachel Rowney

Our ongoing journey to be the healthiest version of ourselves often looks at a traditional sphere of behaviors. We focus on what we eat, how much we sleep, what products we use and how much we exercise, which are (of course) very important to our overall wellbeing. However, as our interactions with technology and the […]

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Your holistic and herbal kitchen

By Sheila McGinnis

Using herbs and essential oils in recipes can appear to be a complex process, but as Sheila McGinnis explains, you often already own the equipment you need… By now, you have been told of what types of herbs, oils, and supplements can help. You have even been given recipes, but have you tried it yet? […]

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Adopt, don’t shop

By Rachel Rowney

The Nashville Humane Association is one of the oldest facilities in the area, and is committed to finding cats and dogs loving, forever homes. We met with the team to find out more about its programs that promote wellness for both animals and humans… The Nashville Humane Association has been working in the city since […]

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It might not be just your thyroid….

By Angelina Szuch

Dr Angelina Szuch, Banyan Healthcare, discusses the complementary nature of the adrenal and thyroid glands, and explains how any treatment plan needs to address both of them in order to achieve balance in the body. Do you suffer from brain fog? Fatigue? Depression? Weight gain? Sleep problems? These symptoms are common in people suffering from […]

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