It’s spring and we’ve got flowers emerging in Infinity too. They like to pop up around products that are popular among the staff. Here are a few of my personal favorites: Food Radish Seeds (Westpoint) – These are for sprouting. It only takes a few days for them to become fresh, green morsels with a […]

My Faves at Infinity

It will be really hard not to fill pages and pages of all of the products, food items, and vitamins I love at Infinity. What I love the most is that there are great quality items at affordable prices, what is better than that! Let’s Start with Food: As a Holistic Nutritionist I’m all about […]

by Miwa Hiroe The wintry white landscape has melted to reveal a collage of browns that are morphing daily into an increasingly vibrant green. The soil is again becoming warm and workable, but the majority of us are still weeks away from eating freshly picked greens. There is a semi quick alternative to help bridge […]

Is Dieting Right For You?

I am not a fan of the word ‘diet’; diets always have an end date and my goal with my clients is to create a sustainable way of eating towards optimal health. What if you could choose a healthy way of eating and stick to it? Here is a look at three very different fad […]

by Miwa Hiroe I recently heard someone say that they couldn’t justify buying locally grown garlic when the imported garlic from the grocery store is so much cheaper. Indeed, the price of one single bulb of farmer’s market garlic could get you a handful of bulbs from China. So why support the greater good of […]

Deciphering Dreams and Improving Sleep

By Jenna Jackson On the path to wellness, sleep is often forgotten as a key component of being healthy. Sleep is incredibly important for hormones, blood sugar balance, organ regeneration, mental clarity, and greatly influences the food choices we make throughout the day. Our sleep patterns and dreams can tell us a lot about our […]

By Jenna Jackson Can you feel it? I don’t want to jinx it, but spring has definitely sprung! As the weather gets warmer, we naturally begin to crave lighter foods with a higher vibration: sprouts, salads, juices, nettle tea. All these foods have one thing in common, they are cleansing to the body. Spring is […]

by Miwa Hiroe If Chaga were a person, she or he would be extremely old. Her body would be knobby and twisted. Her demeanor, quiet and unassuming. Despite dear old Chaga’s wealth of resources that she has assimilated during her long life, she does little to flaunt them, and is often entirely overlooked. But, for […]

by Jenna Jackson As women, we need to be more aware of external sources of estrogen than men. Since our estrogen cup is fuller than men’s, we run a greater risk of having estrogen dominance. This shows up as many different hormone imbalances, fertility issues, troubled skin and severe menstrual pain. I knew there had […]

by Miwa Hiroe If a person were to approach Happiness with surgical gloves and a white lab coat, then boil down the abstraction, they would be left with four primary chemicals: endorphins, dopamine, serotonin, and oxytocin. These biological chemicals make up the “feel good” hormones, to which each of us are benefited by an individual […]