Friday, March 17, 2017

“The sooner we can remove the toxins and addictive substances from the liver, the sooner the cravings can dissipate and the easier recovery can be.” —Alejandro Fernandez, an acupuncturist, naturopathic practitioner and owner of the Art of Natural Healing

Read more in "Reversing Your Liver Damage."
Substance abuse takes a toll on the body as well as the mind and spirit. As the organ tasked with stripping toxins from the blood, the liver of a heavy drinker or drug user undoubtedly has seen some rough times. Many people in recovery and their livers need some serious tender loving care.

March is National Nutrition Month, so this month, start making small changes in order to make healthier lasting changes you can enjoy. So whether you are planning meals to prepare at home or making selections when eating out, "Put Your Best Fork Forward" to help find your healthy eating style.

Nutrition After Addiction: Healing Mind and Body Together

It's so important for people in recovery to make informed food choices and develop sound eating and physical activity habits. This March — National Nutrition Month — put your best fork forward.

Why Your ‘Social’ Drinking Isn’t So Social

We must stop using “everyone does it” as an excuse for irresponsible behavior. Let’s encourage one another in taking the drinking out of being social.

How Meditation Could Be the Key to Senior Addiction Recovery

Holistic treatment methods may be very beneficial during the recovery of an elderly addict. Meditation and yoga not only improve the mind and body connection but also teach the concept of mindfulness.
Renew provides relevant and engaging information and resources to help individuals recovering from drug and alcohol addiction and their loved ones create and embrace a healthy lifestyle.

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