Recent Blog Posts

What is Ghee?

Let’s start with the source. If you want to make ghee you want to source organic butter from cows raised on “natural pasturage” preferable from Jersey or Guernsey cows, is a stable fat made from cream with a wide range of short, medium, and odd chain fatty acids that have anti-tumor effects as well as […]

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Yoga Therapy & Ayurveda: Ancient Pathways to Health & Well-Being

By Amy Riolo, MUIH Brand Ambassador  I recently had the chance to interview Dr. Suzie Carmack, Assistant Professor and Department Chair of Yoga Therapy and Ayurveda at Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH), for our Wellness Wednesday podcast series. Dr. Carmack has 30 years of teaching experience in higher education as a multi-disciplinary scholar and […]

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How Online Learning is Opening Pathways to Integrative Health Degrees & Careers

When it comes to higher education, online learning has been in the spotlight in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Since the beginning of the pandemic in spring of 2020, online education has become an important way to deliver college classes while helping to keep students safe from the spread of disease. In fall 2020, […]

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Learning Outcomes: The Framework for Quality, Rigor, and Success

Written by Deneb Falabella, Associate Provost for Assessment and Accreditation and Christina Sax, Provost and Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs  An important indicator of the integrity and quality of academic programs is that they are built on a defined set of learning outcomes. Learning outcomes state what students will be able to do […]

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7 Tips for Springtime Health

The transition from winter to spring can be challenging for our bodies. The shift in seasons and increase in allergens can affect our sleep patterns, energy levels, and mood. When we are mindful of these changes and take intentional steps, it can be easy to support our health during this time.   Bevin Clare, Program Director […]

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