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Diet and Lifestyle Recommendations

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Self-care may be the difference maker in your health and wellness goals. In this blog by Theralogix readers get insight into how small lifestyle changes or acts of self-care can improve one’s health and wellness.

Love Yourself to Better Health: A Self-Care Guide to Live By

The mention of the word “self-care” conjures images of spa days and bubble baths in dim lighting. In the words of the famous Lucille Ball, “Love yourself first and everything falls in line.” But there’s more. Practicing self-care goes well …

With so much misinformation on the internet it is difficult to find breastfeeding resources women can trust. In this article, we share the top 8 breastfeeding resources including ways to increase milk supply.

Breastfeeding Resources And Tips For New Moms

In the beginning, a breastfeeding mom can feel like she is nursing 24/7. While it is one of the most natural things you can do, it can sometimes be challenging to establish a comfortable breastfeeding relationship with your baby. There …

Cervical health is on the mind of many women. Theralogix’s Balanced Living Blog provides the knowledge women need to promote a healthy cervix in the blog 5 Nutrition Tips for a Healthy Cervix.

5 Nutrition Tips for a Healthy Cervix

While you likely don’t think about your cervix very often, having a healthy cervix is pretty important. The cervix is lined with cells that look like scales on a fish called squamous cells. At the opening of the

Many want to make a healthy lifestyle change, it could be an upcoming reunion, a New Year’s Resolution, or a health scare. Whatever the reason may be for wanting to make health behavior changes, these four guidelines are the best-kept secrets to help make the changes last.

4 Secrets To Making Self-Care & Behavior Changes That Last

Change is hard. You know that healthy habits will change your life for the better, but they don’t always stick despite your best intentions to implement themMany things motivate us to make health behavior changes. Maybe it’s an