Tag Archives: Home Remedies

Holistic Health at Home

September 10, 2018

Did you know there are simple things you can do at home to stay healthy?  Senia Mae shares four easy things you can put into your body to help you feel energized, focused, and in good health!

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Holistic Medicine

January 19, 2018
Healing InSight Online

Curious about what makes holistic medicine different than other treatments? Learn about what it means to treat the whole person, rather than putting temporary fixes on localized issues or temporarily relieving symptoms.

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4 Superfoods to Eat

January 25, 2016

You hear the buzzword, “superfoods” all the time. What does that actually mean? They’re foods that are chock full of health benefits. You’ve heard about pomegranates, kale and chia seeds but our Holistic Health Expert, Senia Mae says there are some new superfoods you should be adding to your diet, including her favorite one that nobody seems to know about! Find all Senia’s superfood recipes here!

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Superfoods You Should Eat in 2016

January 21, 2016

Superfoods pack a huge punch in your diet. Here are four superfoods you should be eating in 2016: two that are easy to find, one that’s worth making a special trip to the store for, and one you can make at home. 2 EASY TO FIND SUPERFOODS: GOJI BERRIES Benefits: Goji berries are full of antioxidants, which repair damage to your cells. Plus they help with eye issues like poor

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Why Am I So Tired? 8 Tips to Boost Your Energy

December 18, 2015

It’s a hard time of the year to feel tired. You have tons of shopping, baking and wrapping to do, plus you still have to go to work, take care of your family and yourself, and attend all your holiday parties. And with the days so short, you may feel more tired than you’ve been all year. But what if you feel unbearably tired? I’m not talking about just feeling

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5 Tips to Survive the Holidays with Food Sensitivities

November 20, 2015

If you’re sensitive to foods, Thanksgiving and the holiday season can be a time of either temptation or deprivation. Should you eat that cookie? Is it worth it to indulge in some stuffing? What’s in that hot dish exactly? As a Chinese medicine practitioner with food sensitivities, here are my top 5 survival tips for getting through (and maybe even enjoying!) the holiday feasts: Take a good probiotic. Better yet,

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Five Tips for A Beach-Ready Body

July 12, 2015

So, if you’re planning a trip to a tropical locale, you might be thinking about hitting the gym a few extra times, or at least holding up your bathing suit and wondering how you might wedge yourself into it. And my guess is you don’t have a whole ton of time to make that happen. Or maybe you just want to make sure you’re looking your best. Nothing wrong with

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WCCO Interview on Allergy Remedies

June 29, 2015
Healing InSight Online

It’s allergy season and sometimes those over-the-counter medications don’t do the trick. WCCO’s Kim Johnson invited Senia Mae of Healing InSight in to talk about natural remedies for seasonal allergies. For more information, also check out our blog post on Allergy Remedies!  

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Seasonal Allergies are Nothing to Sneeze At!

June 15, 2015

Seasonal allergies have hit many of us hard this spring, but there are so many natural remedies your can use to find relief from common symptoms. Why do we get allergies? In the Barrel Theory of allergies, our body has the capacity to hold onto a certain number of allergens without reacting. But once that barrel becomes full we begin to suffer from symptoms. How can we alleviate our symptoms?

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Suffering at Work? Remedies for Common Workplace Issues!

June 12, 2015

Do you ever experience aches and pains from sitting at your desk? How about while texting on your phone or typing on your computer? Here are some causes of these common workplace pains and how to alleviate them. Problem #1 – Wrist Pain What causes it?  Typing on your computer, mousing, texting Potential health issue: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Solutions: Wear a wrist brace.   Wrist splints and braces can easily be

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Bust those food cravings with acupressure

May 2, 2015

We all have food cravings at one time or another. But did you know that those cravings are a sign of stress or fatigue? And there are some simple alternatives rather than reaching for that soda or potato chips. Kim Johnson of WCCO’s morning show invited Senia Mae Tuominen on to ‘Get Movin’ Monday’ to talk about food cravings and how to alleviate them. In Part 1 we talk all

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Fabulous Friday: Yoga

April 4, 2014

Yoga has gotten a reputation for being the “sport” that people need to be able to put their feet behind their head to be successful. But that’s not true, and one of the many reasons it’s been so popular through the ages as both a physical and spiritual practice is that it can be immensely helpful for a slew of ailments and illnesses, from mental health to … you guessed

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Fabulous Friday: Natural Detoxing and Allergy Fighters!

March 28, 2014

Today’s Fabulous Friday is doubly good, because I have two suggestions for you for taking care of yourself during a season that can really leave you feeling stuck and sluggish. Help your body transition and it will pay back in dividends! Here are two tools to help you do just that! Detox Drink Here’s a cleansing drink you can make at home, which is based on the Master Cleanse. It

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How-To: Spring Allergy Detox

March 26, 2014

On Monday, we talked about how we can reduce your allergen load—aka clearing out your allergen barrel. And in some cases, we can also increase the size of your barrel using Chinese medicine. But what else can you do on your own to reduce your spring allergies? If you detox in the spring, you can help cleanse your Liver from the heavy food and chemicals that have built up from being

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Tips to Transition into Spring—With a Spring in Your Step

March 19, 2014

You feel neurotic. Lethargic. You don’t know where your life is going. You’re frustrated. But it’s spring—or almost spring. What can you do to move with ease through this spring season? In Chinese medicine, spring is the time where we’re moving from this really deep, introspective winter time, and our energy is rising upward and moving outward, toward the extroverted summer time. But we’re used to watching TV, and darkness,

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