Summer is in full swing! The days are getting longer, and the weather is getting hotter. Cool beverages are a summertime favorite, and they are essential for staying hydrated. There is no better beverage for the body than water.
Last week we took a look at the multitude of health benefits that coconut oil has to offer. Today we will be looking at claims made by health professionals, and debunking the latest myth about coconut oil.
Coconut Oil has been under attack lately. Depending on who you ask, Coconut Oil can be regarded as the superfood of the century, or so bad that you dare not touch it. For the next two weeks we will be talking about the health benefits of Coconut Oil and busting the myths that surround it!
Good day Thrivers! Many individuals have taken the first steps to rebooting their health through the Reboot Kit and other Evolv products sold at Thrive Wellness Center.
Reflexology is a manual therapy that uses massage techniques and specific reflex points on the bottom of the foot in order to bring about healing in the respective organs of the pressure point.
It is so important that we take care of our bodies in a all-inclusive manner. The human body works on far more than food and water. We must also take care of our mental, emotional, and spiritual needs to achieve full-body wellness.
Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMF) is a non-invasive magnetic therapy that re-energizes damage cells by inducing electrical charges within the cell that restore it to it’s normal, healthy state. Because of this, cellular metabolism is boosted, blood cells are regenerated, circulation is improved, and oxygen carrying capacity is increased.
Last week’s post featured an article that was written by our Founder Amber Summers, HHP. The article focused on why it is so beneficial for overall health that we reboot our metabolisms and begin to eat healthier, cleaner foods.
This week’s post is an excerpt of an article from the June 2017 edition of Natural Awakenings Magazine, written by Thrive Wellness’ Founder Amber Summers, HHP: