test

The Impact of Soda on Health: Navigating Healthier Choices

Posted to: Wellness Blog by Joe Nolan on Feb 12, 2024

The Impact of Soda on Health: Navigating Healthier Choices Soda consumption has emerged as a prevalent dietary habit in modern times, but its repercussions on health are profound. In this comprehensive exploration, we scrutinize the intricate interplay between soda intake and health, analyzing the surge in obesity rates since WWII, the exponential rise in soda consumption, and the consequential health implications. Moreover, we illuminate the healthier alternatives available at Good Harvest Market, empowering consumers to make informed decisions for their well-being.

Read more

Embracing a Heart-Healthy Lifestyle: Are You a Proactive Eater or Reactive Eater?

Posted to: Wellness Blog by Joe Nolan on Feb 8, 2024

In the journey of life, our eating habits play a pivotal role in shaping our health and well-being. But when it comes to nutrition, are you a proactive eater or a reactive eater? Proactive eaters make dietary choices with foresight, focusing on consuming foods that nourish the body, enhance well-being, and prevent disease. Their choices are guided by a desire to maintain optimal health and prevent potential health issues before they arise. On the other hand, reactive eaters tend to adjust their diets in response to health challenges—altering their eating habits only after facing a health scare or receiving a negative diagnosis or gaining weight. While reactive eating can lead to positive changes, it often comes as a solution to problems that, in many cases, could have been mitigated or even prevented with a proactive approach.

Read more

Nurturing Digestive Wellness: A Guide to a Happy Gut

Posted to: Wellness Blog by Joe Nolan on Jan 24, 2024

The Significance of Digestive Health Digestive health goes beyond just avoiding stomachaches. It impacts your entire body. To highlight the significance of digestive health, let's explore some eye-opening statistics: Prevalence of Digestive Disorders: Over 60 million Americans are affected by digestive disorders, such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Chronic Constipation: Approximately 42 million Americans suffer from chronic constipation, leading to discomfort and reduced quality of life. Digestive-related Hospitalizations: Digestive diseases account for over 8 million hospitalizations in the United States each year. Economic Impact:  Digestive disorders result in substantial healthcare costs, with an estimated annual expenditure of over $100 billion in the U.S.

Read more

Unmasking the Silent Threat: Understanding High Blood Pressure

Posted to: Wellness Blog by Joe Nolan on Jan 18, 2024

The statistics related to high blood pressure are concerning and underscore the need for proactive measures: 1. Prevalence: High blood pressure affects millions of people worldwide, making it a global health challenge. In the United States alone, over 108 million adults have hypertension, which is nearly 1 in every 2 adults. 2. Health Implications: Uncontrolled high blood pressure can lead to serious health complications, including heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, and more. 3. Economic Impact: The economic burden of high blood pressure is substantial, with healthcare costs, lost productivity, and related expenses estimated to be in the billions of dollars annually.

Read more

Maintaining Heart Health: Your Guide to a Strong and Healthy Heart

Posted to: Wellness Blog by Joe Nolan on Jan 10, 2024

The statistics related to heart health are concerning, emphasizing the need for proactive measures: Heart Disease Prevalence: Heart disease remains a significant health challenge. According to the American Heart Association (AHA), over 121 million Americans have some form of cardiovascular disease.  1 of every 3 Americans! Mortality Rates: Heart disease is the leading cause of death globally, accounting for over 17 million deaths annually, as reported by the World Health Organization (WHO).  Over 800,000 americans suffer heart attacks each year. Over 75% of American's 60 or older have heart disease.  Economic Impact: The economic burden of heart disease is substantial, with healthcare costs, lost productivity, and related expenses estimated to be in the hundreds of billions of dollars annually.

Read more

Managing and Preventing Type 2 Diabetes: Your Path to Better Blood Sugar Control

Posted to: Wellness Blog by Joe Nolan on Jan 3, 2024

Type 2 Diabetes: A Growing Health Concern with Alarming Statistics: When it comes to Type 2 diabetes, the statistics are indeed concerning. In the United States, more than 34 million people have diabetes, according to data provided by the American Diabetes Association. Shockingly, approximately 90-95% of them have Type 2 diabetes, making it a significant and growing health concern, and the annual cost is estimated at over $300 billion!

Read more

Tackling Obesity: Your Path to a Healthier Weight

Posted to: Wellness Blog by Joe Nolan on Dec 27, 2023

When it comes to the prevalence of obesity and related health issues, the statistics are eye-opening. In the United States, 2 of every 3 American adults are either overweight or obese, according to data provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) through the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES). Almost 42% of adults fall into the category of obesity, reflecting a concerning trend, and almost triple from just 50 years ago.

Read more

Good Harvest Market: Your Trusted Partner for a Healthier Lifestyle

Posted to: Wellness Blog by Joe Nolan on Dec 14, 2023

As we approach a new year, the season of fresh starts and health-focused resolutions is upon us. Many of us aspire to improve our well-being and embrace healthier lifestyles. At Good Harvest Market, we're here to support you on this journey toward better health. Our mission is to passionately serve and nourish our community with organic, local, and sustainable products. Our vision extends to serving and supporting our community with healthy, local, and sustainable organic food. We also strive to be your primary destination for promoting healthy living, community involvement, and wellness education.

Read more

The Organic Dilemma: Healthier Living or Lower Costs?

Posted to: Wellness Blog by Joe Nolan on Dec 7, 2023

In recent years, the popularity of organic diets has soared as more people become conscious of their food choices and their impact on health and the environment. While an organic diet offers numerous benefits, it also has its share of drawbacks. In this blog post, we will explore both the advantages and the negative repercussions of adopting an organic diet.

Read more

The Magical Power of Fruits, Veggies, and Organic Foods for Kids!

Posted to: Wellness Blog by Joe Nolan on Oct 19, 2023

Hey there, young wellness warriors! Today, we're going to talk about something truly magical: the amazing world of fruits, vegetables, and how Good Harvest Market's organic foods can boost your health! After reading about why fruits and vegetables and organics are so important, read the story about friends Mia and Sam titled - "The Fantastic Food Adventures of Sam and Mia: A Tale of Health and Good Harvest Market"

Read more

The Universal Connection: Irish Dance, Live Music Performances, Drum Circles, Yoga and Meditation for Improved Health

Posted to: Wellness Blog by Joe Nolan on Sep 21, 2023

In our fast-paced world, the pursuit of good health has become a universal concern. Many people are constantly seeking ways to improve their physical and mental well-being. Surprisingly, four seemingly diverse activities—Irish Dance, live music performances, drum circles, yoga and meditation—share a common ground in promoting and enhancing one's health.

Read more

The Silent Impact: Mindful Choices for What You Put on Your Body

Posted to: Wellness Blog by Joe Nolan on Aug 20, 2023

In a world where the importance of healthy living is becoming more pronounced, we often focus on the foods we consume and the exercise routines we follow. However, a critical aspect that is often overlooked is what we put on our bodies. From lotions and cosmetics to personal care products, these seemingly innocuous items can have a significant impact on our overall well-being. Just as we strive to nourish ourselves with nutritious food and exercise, we must also be diligent about choosing clean and harmless products for our skin and body.

Read more

The Power of Third Places: How Good Harvest Market and Hop Harvest & Vine Nourish Mental Health

Posted to: Wellness Blog by Joe Nolan on Aug 6, 2023

In our fast-paced modern lives, finding a place where we can escape the demands of work and home, and foster a sense of belonging, community, and relaxation is crucial for our mental well-being. These so-called "third places" play a significant role in shaping our mental health and overall happiness. In this blog, we will explore the importance of third places on mental health and how two unique establishments, Good Harvest Market and Hop Harvest & Vine, were thoughtfully designed to serve as such nurturing spaces.

Read more

The Importance of Water: Sustaining Health and Life

Posted to: Wellness Blog by Joe Nolan on Jul 17, 2023

Water is more than just the secret to quenching thirst—it is the foundation of life and an essential component to human health. Comprising up to 60% of an adult body, water plays a critical role in numerous body functions. This blog post will delve into the importance of water to the body and why maintaining adequate hydration is crucial for overall health.

Read more

Exploring the Raw Power of Uncooked Foods

Posted to: Wellness Blog by Joe Nolan on Jun 23, 2023

In recent years, the consumption of raw foods has gained popularity due to its perceived health benefits. Advocates of raw food diets argue that eating foods in their natural state can enhance nutrient intake and improve overall well-being. In this blog post, we will explore the advantages of eating raw foods, supported by research findings and scientific evidence.

Read more

Harnessing the Health Benefits of Cod Liver Oil and Omega-3s

Posted to: Wellness Blog by Joe Nolan on Jun 7, 2023

In the quest for optimal health, we often seek natural remedies and dietary supplements to bolster our well-being. Among the many beneficial compounds available, cod liver oil and omega-3 fatty acids have gained significant attention due to their remarkable health-promoting properties. This blog post delves into the potential health effects of cod liver oil and omega-3s, while highlighting how Good Harvest Market can play a pivotal role in helping individuals incorporate these nutrients into their daily lives.

Read more

Finding Your Perfect Blend: Good Harvest Market's Guide to Tea for Health and Wellness

Posted to: Wellness Blog by Joe Nolan on May 10, 2023

Tea is an incredibly versatile beverage that has been consumed for centuries due to its many health benefits. From soothing the mind to boosting the immune system, tea is truly a wonder drink. In this blog post, we'll explore the various health benefits of tea, with a focus on its positive impact on mental health. We'll also look at how Good Harvest Market can help you find the teas you need to support your overall well-being.

Read more

From Kaldi's Goats to Your Cup: A Brief History of Coffee and its Health Benefits and Risks

Posted to: Wellness Blog by Joe Nolan on Apr 29, 2023

This is a blog post that explores the origins of coffee, its rise to popularity around the world, and its potential health benefits. It also addresses some of the potential drawbacks of coffee along with recommendations on how much coffee to drink per day. Did you know that there's an estimated 2.25 billion cups of coffee consumed every day?

Read more

New Store Update - Not Long Now!

Posted to: Owners Blog by Joe Nolan on Feb 27, 2015

Work on our new space continues in earnest, especially since our concrete floors were poured 2 weeks ago.   We still expect to close our present location on Saturday April 25th, and re-open 1/4 mile west, on Silvernail (2205 Silvernail, Pewaukee, WI 53072 to be exact) on Wednesday April 29th.  

 

Read more