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  Tis always the season for fresh fruits and vegetables! This winter treat your family and friends (and self!) to the freshest fruits and vegetables by shopping and using seasonal produce. Read more to find our list for seasonal holiday fruits and veggies! Read More

We've been hearing a lot about chlorophyll recently - but what are the benefits? Click to read more about why you should be eating (or juicing) your greens! 

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If you have enjoyed the perfume of a rose, you have experienced the aromatic qualities of essential oils. These natural, aromatic compounds are extracted from seeds, flowers, bark, rind, and plant leaves and distilled for a variety of health benefits. They work quickly and effectively, working with the body to address root causes of issues on a cellular level.

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 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

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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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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