The majority of us have a morning routine: coffee, quick shower, a bite to eat. Wouldn’t you love to incorporate some type of self-love that also energizes you to this routine? A quick 5-10 minute yoga practice could just be the thing you need! Read More

May Spring Salad

May 04, 2016

Spring is finally here and the April showers are mostly gone, bring on the sunshine! It’s time to take new adventures and most of all, get that summer bikini body ready for the beach!

Try this May Spring Salad recipe, perfect for a little detox right before the summer heat!

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Yoga at the OfficeDon't let stress (or anything else) get in the way of you and your yoga.

Get your zen on any time of day with these great tips.

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Digestion, Healthy EatingIn honor of Irritable Bowel Syndrome Month, here are five foods that will help improve your digestive health!

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Green Vitality, Juice Fast, Healthy LivingSpring cleaning isn't just for your house!

Detox your insides with a juice fast that will boost your energy and ready you for the warm weather that lies ahead.

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Eat your greens!That's one healthy looking leprechaun. What's his secret? When he's not tracking down pots of gold, he's busy eating his greens. Here's why you should too. Read More

healthy living, superfoods

Feed your mind, body and soul.

Here are nine superfoods to revive and rejuvenate your whole self, from the tips of your toes to the roots of your soul.

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In honor of Heart Health Month, we are exploring some heart healthy foods and why they are so beneficial to your heart! 

Get ready to see some kitchen staples in a whole new light...

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Raw Coconut Cacao Balls, Healthy Living
Looking for a healthy way to enjoy a delicious Valentine's Day dessert oozing with chocolaty goodness?

Here are some of our favorite sweet recipes with a healthy spin, guaranteed to please you, and your Valentine.

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February is American Heart Month, and at o2living, we want to help you get heart healthy. Heart disease is the number 1 leading cause of death among women in the U.S., but the reality is that 80% of heart disease and stroke events are preventable. With proper education, care and the right information, heart disease can be treated, prevented and ended.
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