We all want to nourish our bodies to the best of our abilities, and for good reason - worrying about our health is no way to live, but preventing illness by focusing on health and taking precaution, is. Whether the pandemic has made you more dependent on delivery services or perhaps, more of a self-proclaimed chef - these health hacks will make you put extra consideration into your meals.
When it comes to water quality, few of us truly know much beyond what the bottlers and/or local government officials may claim, and we all know how that worked out in Flint, Michigan. So, the most sensible and health-protective approach is to take precautions, minimize your toxin exposure and focus on getting the purest water you can. How to reduce the amount of health-undermining effluvia that lurks in the average cup of tap? Here are a few ideas on how to clean up your water act.
Are you craving a massage but can’t find the time or money? Or maybe you’re afraid of exposing yourself to a new COVID variant or you’re caught up with obligations. Did you know you can hack the power of massage by learning to do Abhyanga Ayurvedic massage - a warm oil self-massage? You can, and it’s easy and inexpensive.
Although hormones are complex, there are six that can make weight loss an uphill battle. Learn about the key hormones, how they regulate your metabolism and weight, and how you can recreate hormone balance.
Every day, your thyroid is speaking to you, but if you don’t speak the language, you’ll be hard-pressed to understand what’s going on with it, much less how to keep it healthy. Why does your thyroid matter? Well, for starters, it controls the way your body uses energy, helping to regulate your metabolism and governing your responsiveness to other hormones. It’s the great balancer, working 24/7 to help keep you on a hormonal even keel. So, when it’s not functioning optimally, neither will you. You’ll feel sluggish, even exhausted and you may start piling on the pounds while your doc says your thyroid levels are ‘normal.’ Trouble is, thyroid levels that appear ‘normal’ on paper, in real life may be way too low (or too high) for your particular anatomy.
Precision personalized medicine is all about developing a plan of care to maintain optimal health and performance while minimizing the risk of illness, and it’s catered to the unique goals and needs of each individual person.