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Radiant Life Celebrates 20 Years!

Posted by Andie Dill

Last month, we at Radiant Life celebrated 20 years of serving the health and wellness community! We are very proud of this accomplishment but more importantly, we are honored to this day to have the opportunity to help you and many others in your quest toward optimal health through self empowerment. What started as a kernel of an idea has turned into a movement and a company with customers in over 70 countries. As an organization, we are thrilled to have sourced the “best of the best" with the diverse products that we offer you today. From superfood supplements, nutrient dense foods, non-toxic home products, clean water filtration systems to air purifiers, and more, Radiant Life offers a wide variety of inventory to suit your diverse needs. As we look back over the last two decades, this post will highlight some of our all time favorite and most popular products!

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Tags: Supplements & Remedies, Events, Heal Your Mind, Recipes, Fuel Your Body, Avoid Toxins, Build Strength, DIY, Connect With Nature, Rest & Recover, Drink Pure Water

A Simple & Easy DIY Sugar Scrub

Posted by Andie Dill

The average woman applies 12 products to her skin daily and absorbs around 168 chemicals. Multiply that by 365 days and you will accumulate a total of 61,300 chemicals in the course of one single year. Some of the most common, and yet incredibly toxic chemicals, are found in makeup, shampoo, body wash, lotions, and scrubs.

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Tags: Heal Your Mind, Recipes, DIY

Moms Are Radiant — Gift Ideas for Mother’s Day

Posted by Andie Dill

Mother’s Day is May 12th this year. For most of us, this is an opportunity to celebrate and love the women that mean the most to us. Whether it is a mother, grandmother, aunt, or friend, there is usually someone that has had a special impact on each of our lives. For some of us, Mother’s Day can also be really painful. This post is meant to give ideas for those looking to buy a gift for a woman that is important to you, as well as offer a few suggestions for caring for yourself, if Mother’s Day is a harder day of the year.

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Tags: Supplements & Remedies, Heal Your Mind, Fuel Your Body, Avoid Toxins

Benefits and Tips for Trying Homeopathy!

Posted by Andie Dill

Back in the 1800s, homeopathy was the choice medicine in America and Europe. It was most often used and advocated for by European royalty, American entrepreneurs, literary giants, and religious leaders. By 1900, there were 22 homeopathic medical schools, over 100 homeopathic hospitals, and more than 1,000 homeopathic pharmacies. Imagine that! Popularity soared high amongst women, not only as users of homeopathy, but also as practitioners. The training of the 19th century homeopaths was above and beyond that of its orthodox physician colleges, and a higher percentage of graduates from homeopathic medical school passed their board examinations, then did the orthodox medical students.

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Tags: Supplements & Remedies, Heal Your Mind, Rest & Recover

Journey to the Heart: 3 Ways to Practice Self-Compassion

Posted by Andie Dill

In this post, I want to look at three ways or suggestions to show yourself a little love through a practice called self-compassion. This can take as little as a few minutes a day to do. But before I dive into specific ways to practice self-compassion, I first want to define what it is and is not, and also the science behind why self-compassion is not just a nice idea, but truly beneficial to the overall health and well being.

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Tags: Heal Your Mind, Connect With Nature, Rest & Recover

5 Holiday Must Have Gifts

Posted by Andie Dill

As the holidays draw near, you may be on the lookout for some universal gifts that anybody can enjoy. There are so many ideas out there, it can be overwhelming. I personally love to browse the Radiant Life website in search of some fun favorites that I can gift to my family and friends. For this post, I have sifted through the website and its many different categories and pulled five items that I think could be enjoyed by any person, from your neighbor or teacher, co-worker or coach, and of course the many other friends and family you hold dear.

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Tags: Supplements & Remedies, Heal Your Mind, Fuel Your Body

Managing Stress: The Power of Nature

Posted by Kaitlin Moretti

A number of years ago, my husband and I spent a few days backpacking through the Green Mountains of Vermont. By the third day, with strained muscles, achy feet and sweat-drenched clothes, we were tired but having an amazing time. Disconnected from the interwoven fast-paced world at the base of the mountains and immersed in the melody of chirping birds, soft breezes, and the rhythmic plodding of our hiking boots, it was happiness at its very best. On that same day, we passed a number of hikers along the trail. Each time we passed another hiker or two, there was always an exchange: “Good morning....” “Great day for a hike!” “Hi - How are you?” Eventually, my husband remarked, “You know, you never see an angry hiker.” And it’s true...out in nature, there is a lot of happiness.

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Tags: Heal Your Mind, Build Strength, Connect With Nature, Rest & Recover

Managing Stress in a Full Life

Posted by Kaitlin Moretti

Throughout my life, I have always tried to be my personal best. In the early days, I aimed to be the best student, the best teammate, the best daughter and sister. However, as life has gotten more complex, less predictable and more and more full, I’ve found my approach of trying my personal best in every area of my life to be unsustainable. Particularly since becoming a parent, I’ve realized that I cannot always be the best mom, the best wife, the best daughter and the best worker in the same moment. Over time, I’ve needed to find ways to manage my stress and anxiety over the imperfect perfection of balancing parenting with working and family time and friend time and sometimes, just alone time. Managing that stress has become essential to my happiness and wellbeing and is a continual work in progress. In this blog series, I’ll share my lessons and strategies learned so far and the ones I continue to learn along the way.

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Tags: Heal Your Mind, Rest & Recover

Are You a Highly Sensitive Person? How to Manage in the Modern World

Posted by Kayla Grossmann

Have you ever been told that you’re too sensitive? Are you easily bothered by bright lights, loud noises, violent television shows or caffeine? Can you immediately pick up on the feelings and energy of those around you when walking into a room? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you might be a member of the 20% of the population that can be described as a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP). An incredible body of research has emerged in recent years describing this trait and detailing some key strategies that can help sensitive individuals manage in the busy, fast-paced and technology-ridden modern world.

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Tags: Heal Your Mind, Rest & Recover

Breathe Easy: How Air Quality Can Affect Your Sleep

Posted by Kathy LeMoine

Recently, we wrote about how to improve the quality of sleep using natural remedies. With sleep disorders on the rise, we think it is important to consider the various factors that promote a good night's rest. One under-discussed facet of sleep hygiene is the importance of clean air in the bedroom. If you think about this further, ideally you are spending 8+ hours in that room and breathing that air. In the cooler months, we tend to close windows so the option to increase ventilation inside your home isn’t always practical. So how can you improve air quality in your room?

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Tags: Heal Your Mind, Avoid Toxins

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