Who doesn’t want a good night’s sleep? It recharges you for the next day, it gives your enzymes and hormones the green light to repair and restore cells and muscles. And as researchers now tell us, it’s also essential for clearing out the metabolic garbage that builds up in our brain during the course of the day.
Continually voicing your difficulties can push you – and others – down a rabbit hole of negativity, ironically leading to increased disconnection from others, a poorer outlook on life, and even compromised health. Optimism has the opposite effect, according to numerous studies, positively impacting both mind and body.
The holidays can throw us off our healthy diet path. One thing that most of us need to do, holidays or not, is eat more vegetables. So let’s find some easy ways to get more servings of vegetables into our day.
It’s December already and holiday parties abound. It’s a festive time for gathering with family and friends to celebrate the season (usually with lots of food and beverage). Here are some simple tips to help you enjoy, without surrendering your health!
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.