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Second chance at health at Cleveland Nutrition

You’ve tried weight loss schemes galore, yet you’re still overweight. Your doctor has you taking pills or shots, but your medical problems keep progressing and your dosages keep escalating. Why is this happening? Is this just an inevitable part of getting older, or is there a better way? I’m here to tell you there is most definitely a...

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Howling at your moon

There is a story of an old man and his dog sitting on the porch. It’s hot outside. The old man is sipping on his lemonade and the dog is sitting next to him howling in pain. The neighbor across the street hears the dog howling for several minutes, and his curiosity gets the best of him, so he approaches the old man. He asks the old man,...

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Asphalt versus metal roofs

The quality and selection of roofing materials have come a long way over the past 10 years. To meet a wide variety of budgets and tastes, we specialize in asphalt shingle and metal roofs. Here’s a rundown of durability vs. affordability between the two. One of the biggest advantages of a metal roof is longevity. You can reasonably...

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With a warehouse packed full of inventory, a top-tier buying experience, and a selection rivaled by no other flooring company, Floorz can help you freshen your home before the holidays, beautifully

Partnerships carry with them layers of importance, most notably the sharing of investment, the bond of trust, and the commitment between participants. They aren’t just valuable…they’re sacred. Brian Erickson, owner of Northeast Ohio’s Floorz stores, with locations in Montrose, Strongsville, and a new standout in Mayfield Heights,...

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Take note of the terroir

Have you heard of the term “terroir” when it comes to wine? Jim Sperk of the Northern Ohio Wine Guild says some wine experts use it, especially when talking about French wines. “Terroir, pronounced ‘tehr-waar,’ is a French word derived from the Latin word ‘terra’ meaning ‘earth’ or ‘land,’” says Jim. “While soil type...

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