Category Archives: Guest Bloggers

Your Thinking: The Secret Sauce
Three Steps to Changing Your Mindset

“You can’t change who you are, but you can change what you have in your head, you can refresh what you’re thinking about, you can put some fresh air in your brain.” —Ernesto Berteralli Have you ever stopped to think about what you think about? We live in a busy, noisy, and distracting world, so […]

Forgetting the Pleasures of the Table:
The Missing Piece of the Metabolic Health Puzzle

Once upon a time in America, families sat down at the table to eat together. Their meals were home-cooked, prepared with real, whole foods, and often locally harvested or sourced. They spoke of things like “three squares” and “supper time,” and they didn’t need to use the word “homemade” because everything was. In fact, most […]

Five Ways to Restore Your Dog’s Digestion and Gut Health

Trying to solve my own gut health issues drove me to start my natural pet food brand, yumwoof! We’re a GMO-free dog food company focusing on healing digestive issues and allergies. The causes and treatments for digestive issues are surprisingly similar for both dogs and humans. Fortunately, the last ten years have brought lots of […]

Emotional Intelligence + Practice = Success

“No one cares how much you know, until they know how much you care.” —attributed to Theodore Roosevelt When was the last time you looked someone in the eye and really listened to their words? Take a moment to reflect on your past two weeks. Was there an opportunity to pause and listen to someone […]

Merry Christmas, Happy Hannukah, and Happy Holidays from SRP

During this beautiful holiday season, we as the SRP staff wanted to pause and say Merry Christmas, Happy Hannukah, and Happy Holidays to you and yours! We are so grateful to work with like-minded, caring people who strive with us to spread the truth about health and nutrition. We are honored to be carrying on […]

Check Out Danielle’s SRP Merch Walkthrough

For her lates product overview, SRP managing editor Danielle LeBaron introduces readers to one of our awesome new product features—SRP merch! On her video, Danielle scrolls through a variety of new products, ranging from the whimsical to the useful. We’ve got mugs, snack bags, stickers, clipboards, cups, sweatshirts and T-shirts in a range of colors, […]

Staff Review:
Prenatal Nutrition, Men in Kitchens, Trophia, and More

Hey everyone, Danielle here. I’m the managing editor for Selena River Press, and for my book review video today, I wanted to do something a little different and go over a few of our products in different categories that are great for different audiences. The first one I want to talk about is Prenatal Nutrition […]

Staff Review:
Gallbladder Matters
Keep Yours for Life

Hi there, and welcome to Selene River Press Staff Reviews, a series of short videos where we highlight some of our favorite products. I’m Danielle, the managing editor at Selene River Press, and today I want to talk to you about Gallbladder Matters: Keep Yours for Life by Katherine and Dr. Richard Sarchenko. As somebody […]

Staff Review:
Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is!
by Stephanie Selene Anderson

Hi and welcome to Selene River Press Staff Reviews, a series of short videos highlighting some of our favorite products. I’m Danielle, managing editor at Selene River Press for the last five years. Today I want to talk to you about Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is! Guide to Healthy Food Shopping by Stephanie […]

The Benefits of Cold Laser Therapy and How It Works

Cold laser therapy uses a low-temperature laser to help relieve pain and restore mobility in joints. It is commonly used in rehabilitation programs and by osteopaths to improve the functionality of the muscles, circulatory, and lymphatic systems. This treatment is best for people with back or neck pain because it effectively relieves discomfort caused by […]

Cost of Organic Versus Nonorganic Food

As we become more health conscious, organic food is more popular than ever. At least according to conventional consensus, there are no proven health benefits to eating organic. But common sense prevails: there are many reasons to think that organic foods are better for you and the planet. For example, if animals are raised on […]

How Whole Food Supplements Helped Save My Rescue Dog’s Life

I adopted Snuggles, my Redtick Coonhound-Labrador mix from a shelter run by the Palm Valley Animal Society in Edinburg, Texas. When he was brought in as a stray, he was only about 50 pounds, underweight, and facing the following issues: 1. A severely injured and infected right front paw. There was a diagonal slice running […]

Gardening Part III:
Growth (Figurative and Literal)

It’s been a while since I’ve written about my gardening adventures—and I have plenty to update! The theme of my last two gardening posts was about if gardening is worth it, in terms of effort, time, and money. My conclusion was a resounding yes! Now, a few years and one move later, my knowledge has […]