Our Go-To Coronavirus Resources

Our Go-To Coronavirus Resources

March 16, 2020

COVID-19, the Coronavirus, has taken our world by storm over the past few weeks - and it can feel like a scary time. 
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If you're gonna eat bread, make it sourdough

If you're gonna eat bread, make it sourdough

March 06, 2020

For a long time, we've been hearing in the wellness world that carbs are bad. Don't eat bread. It doesn't have any nutrients, it causes leaky gut, it makes you fat, etc. But guys, I’m not going to make it through the rest of my lifetime without bread.
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Vitamin C for Good Skin?

Vitamin C for Good Skin?

February 28, 2020

We often only hear about Vitamin C in relation to immunity and busting that tough-to-beat cold but I recently heard one of my favorite health experts talking about Vitamin C for youthful-looking skin.
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The Benefits of Bone Broth

The Benefits of Bone Broth

February 21, 2020

You might remember the good, ol' days when your mom would make a warm, chicken soup if you were feeling sick. Well, we're now learning that moms are always right - and bone broth is beneficial for our long-term health in many ways.
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The Why For Natural Wines

The Why For Natural Wines

February 16, 2020

How often have you enjoyed a glass of wine and woken up with a terrible headache the next morning? Well, you might be surprised to learn that your headache might not only be from a slight hangover - but what's in your wine.
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Intermittent fasting - How, When & Why?

Intermittent fasting - How, When & Why?

February 09, 2020

If you've ever heard the term 'intermittent fasting' and your mind is immediately flooded with confusion, you're not alone. This concept has been floating around the wellness world for the past few years, but it begs a few questions for us regular folks: Is it simply just skipping breakfast? 
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The Case for Cold Showers

The Case for Cold Showers

February 02, 2020

So, my husband, Kosta (who put the “Kos" in Kosterina), likes to say that with wellness knowledge, he’s often a year ahead of me. He certainly is an early adopter and I’ll often dismiss his wellness practices as ridiculous, unnecessary or extreme, only to come around to the idea months later after learning more.
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Aging may be a disease that we can reverse

Aging may be a disease that we can reverse

January 26, 2020

What if I were to tell you that aging is a disease - not a necessary step in life - that can be reversed? I know it might seem like something out of a science fiction movie, but there's some really interesting research that's surfacing about how aging is actually in our power.
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The Key to Immunity? Less Stress.

The Key to Immunity? Less Stress.

January 15, 2020

The past week most of us have gone from holiday mode to work mode. A lot of times, we dive right into high gear without acknowledging we need a ramp up period (going from movies on the couch to three-hour marathon meetings can be a major shift).
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Our Guide to 2020 Goal Setting

Our Guide to 2020 Goal Setting

January 04, 2020

Happy New Year! It's January(!), which in the Kosterina household means we are busy prepping our annual goals and strategic plan for 2020. The act of thinking through your goals and putting them down on paper makes it much more likely that you'll actually achieve yo
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Kosterina's Wellness-Inspired Holiday Gift Guide

Kosterina's Wellness-Inspired Holiday Gift Guide

November 27, 2019

As the holiday season approaches, self-care pivots into giving and sharing with others. 
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Your Wellness Roundup: Do you know what's in your coffee?

Your Wellness Roundup: Do you know what's in your coffee?

November 08, 2019

Do you know what's actually in your coffee?

To me, there's nothing better than that first sip of coffee in the morning. If you're a coffee lover like me and the 165 million people who consume it daily, you would be shocked to find out that coffee is one of the "dirtiest" crops on the planet today. 
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