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Natural Awakenings Tucson

January 2023 Letter From Publisher

Dec 30, 2022 09:00AM ● By Holly Baker
Holly Baker

Holly Baker

Happy 2023, Tucson!
It’s a beautiful time to start anew, especially on our never-ending wellness journey. I am hopeful that you will find some inspiration and motivation within this edition of Natural Awakenings Tucson.
In “How to Start Fresh in the New Year, on page 13,Deb Beroset gives some simple ways to say goodbye to 2022 and start 2023 with healthy habits and goals. An especially healthy habit is the act of forgiveness, which is explored on page 14. Master Sha has literally written the book on forgiveness, and the ways in which we benefit emotionally and physically when we learn to forgive others. Perhaps the fresh start you need for this year is to forgive another (or yourself) so that you can move forward.
Cognitive health is always important. In “Brain Power Boosters” (page 20), learn how to help preserve memory with food, supplements, sleep and more.
To continue with the awesome health tips for overall wellness, we’re also learning how to ease chronic inflammation. “According to the National Institutes of Health, 14 of the top 15 causes of death in 2019 were chronic inflammatory diseases,” explains Tom O’Bryan in “Cooling the Fire Within”, on page 26. Learn healthy eating tips for the ideal diet and yummy recipes that can help us avoid the dangers of inflammation.
And don’t forget about your furry family members! “Hidden Dangers in Pet Food” (page 29) discusses the toxic ingredients you should look out for in your pets’ food. Make a habit this year of checking the ingredients of your food, as well as your pets’ food. We all deserve a healthy start.
Stay tuned next month, when we have an exciting announcement to share!

To a happy, healthy 2023,