As the leaves and temperatures start to fall, colds and flu are never far behind. While it may seem like getting sick sometime between now and April is a forgone conclusion, it doesn’t have to be. Yes, I’m saying you don’t have to get sick this year, that is, as long as you start fortifying your body now.
Here is a good example of nutrigenomics: In 2006, researchers made a fascinating discovery: After dozens of studies found that drinking coffee escalates heart-attack risk, this new inquiry revealed that while coffee did up the hazard significantly for some, the exact opposite was true for others.
Small consistent habits can have a much more significant impact on our health and well being than sporadic, intense activities. Try incorporating these three habits and reap the benefits – short term and long term!
If you become a parent in 2019, you’ll inevitably end up buying these ubiquitous pouches of baby food—they are simply so much easier to handle than homemade or even store-bought jarred food, especially on the go. Even toddlers and preschoolers enjoy them, so you’ll probably be buying them for years.