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Natural Awakenings Celebrating 20 Years of PublishingWellness Revolution

Welcome to Natural Awakenings’ newly renovated Web store! Our easy-to-navigate site will guide you to finding healthy, natural products to suit your lifestyle. Click through the product pages to learn about the health benefits they offer. The enhanced shopping cart and checkout functions make purchasing choices easier and offer new available payment systems.

Natural Awakenings Publishing Corp. Founder and CEO Sharon Bruckman says the new Web store aligns with Natural Awakenings magazine’s mission to empower healthy living on a healthy planet. "Since 1994, Natural Awakenings has provided readers with inspirational guidance on health, fitness, personal growth and green living. Specially selected by our staff, our newly upgraded store offers the best products we can find to support ways of living for increasing balance with ourselves, our communities and the natural world. We intend to provide a shopping guide that supports the ideals of sustainability, natural health and the interconnectedness of all things."

We hope your shopping experience on ShopNaturalAwakenings.com is pleasant and gratifying. You’ll want to check back often as new products will be added throughout the months to come.

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Articles

Knowing What You Don’t Know About Iodine

February 10, 2016

Iodine is concentrated in the glandular system of the body, and all our cells contain and make use of it, with the thyroid containing the highest amount of any organ. Significant amounts are also stored in other areas of the body, including the salivary glands, cerebrospinal fluid, brain, gastric mucosa, choroid plexus, breasts and ovaries.

 

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What is Pain?

January 26, 2016

Pain is like the weather. To paraphrase Mark Twain, “Everybody talks about it, but nobody does anything about it.” The English word pain comes from the Latin poena, meaning punishment. Doctors and scientists have a more precise vocabulary to describe the phenomenon, but in the end, it is a distinctly individual experience, because no on can actually feel another’s pain.

 

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