Since we rely on our immune system every day to protect us from a wide array of germs and disease, we want to feel confident that it’s in top-notch working order. So, to start, ask yourself one big question: How’s your diet?
For years, wellness colleagues have designated sugar as the #1 dietary evil, a true destroyer of health. And although most people still eat way too much of it, U.S sugar consumption is finally on a slow decline. But the battle for your health is far from over. There is another killer: “vegetable oil”, and it’s on the loose. We have looked into how this oil could be as big a problem to your health as sugar, and have broken down the most important facts for you:
At the very moment we wake in the morning, human nature is establishing our perspective on the day ahead. It’s almost like a blinking light that goes off and sets us up for the hours moving forward. The humdrum of daily repetition can make it easy to slip into the lull of autopilot without taking control of where and what can be. But, if we are willing to give ourselves a gentle little shake, to become truly awake to the day’s possibilities, we can instead notice all the goodness hiding in plain sight.
With warmer, longer, and lazier days of summer, hopefully we get to enjoy some of the benefits of the season. Even adults tend to adopt a “school’s out!” attitude in summer. That’s why this is a perfect time to improve your health in a fashion so seasonally laid back you’ll barely notice the effort.
Now more than ever we are all on high alert for fueling our bodies with only the best quality foods that we can, to help insure our health. ‘Superfoods ‘is just another name for some of the trendiest health foods for 2021 and are often touted as the rock stars of the food industry. They are densely packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, disease and cancer fighting compounds. With a little bit of education, let’s try to choose from a complete list of superfoods when deciding what to put into our meals, our smoothies, and even our supplements!
No matter if it’s the dead of winter, the onset of spring, the midst of summer, or the crisp fall –water is the single most important resource for human existence. And yes, water can be a bit of a show-off. It not only covers 71 percent of Earth’s surface, but it also makes up about 66 percent of the human body. A person can live about a month without food, but only about a week without water!
This Spring we want to take full advantage of the beautiful weather and make sure to do all we can to exercise our mind and body, so we merge a good blend of positive physical and emotional health! Here are 3 ways to help yourself grow with those May flowers. Start blooming. There’s no excuse.
What better time than now to get expert tips on your health from leading dentist Dr. Laurence Rifkin. He and his assistant/co-author/researcher Hannah Rubin have compiled this brief, but essential list, of oral care do’s and don’ts for a healthier life…
If you’ve recently had a bad day…bad week…or let’s face it, bad year like 2020, you want to forget about it (at least for a while), right? Our suggestion- try a few of the following strategies to help lighten your mood!*
Over the past year we all have been dealing with an enormous amount of stress and anxiety. Many of us have felt the effects from the negativity that had been surrounding 2020. With this New Year upon us, we want to take this time to give you some tips on how to stay positive this year, while navigating the negative energy!