Got weak bones? In the United States, one in two women and one in four men will suffer a bone fracture from osteoporosis over the age of 50. According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, premenopausal women will need up to 4 cups of milk per day just to prevent and treat osteoporosis.
Boosting your immune system to fight colds and flus is smart any time of the year, but especially in 2021. What can you do to keep your immune system in top shape?
You may already know that antioxidants are good for health and that eating fruits and veggies full of antioxidants may help ward off inflammation, infections and illness by combating oxidative stress. But what exactly is oxidative stress? How do antioxidants work? Let’s learn about the science behind antioxidants and ways you can keep healthy this season.
You’ve probably seen a bottle of Melatonin or know someone who takes it for a sleep aid or to fight jet lag. But what exactly is melatonin? Can it actually help you sleep?
You may have heard of the term “adaptogens” from lifestyle influencers to juice bars but what are they exactly? How are adaptogens different than nootropics? How do they work?
Your heart is racing, your palms are sweaty. Your mind is going all over the place at top speeds and you feel exhausted before you even begin anything. What is going on?
Reaching for that candy bar when you're stressed? Learn about healthier alternatives to eat for stress relief.
April is Stress Awareness month! To help you survive 2021, we have 12 tips (that are social distancing friendly) to help you deal with stress.
Your eyesight is one of the most important of our senses. Eighty percent of the information we need to perceive the world is delivered by the eyes. More of our brain cells are dedicated to vision than the other four senses combined. So, don’t take your eyes for granted. About one of three people has some form of vision-reducing eye condition by the age of 65. How to keep your eyes healthy? Here are some practical tips:
Certain lifestyle choices can make a person look and feel much younger than their chronological age. As we go through life, our habits not only affect our physical health but also play an important role in maintaining our cognitive function and lessen changes of mental decline. Here, we share 6 major ways to help keep your mind sharp, clear, and functional at any age.
Now more than ever, keeping your immune system in shape is important in staying healthy. One of the best ways is to maintain a nutritious diet. Certain nutrients in foods are scientifically shown to help support the immune system. Here are 8 immune-boosting nutrient rich foods to include in your everyday diet.
February is American Heart Month and is a perfect time to think about strategies to improve your heart health. When you make healthy lifestyle choices, you can lower your risk of heart conditions as well as prevent other chronic health problems. Below are some tips for you to keep your heart and body healthy.
Are you still recovering from the holidays and the Quarantine 15? Or are you working on resolutions for a healthier lifestyle and looking for ways to detox and feel better? A detox may be the solution you are looking for to start 2021 off right.
Super Bowl Sunday is always a good excuse to get together with family or friends for fun and food. However, this year’s event may look a bit different from the previous years. Are you wondering how to host a safe and healthy Super Bowl party without limiting the fun? We’ve rounded up some tips to make Super Bowl Sunday this year both safe and a blast!
This year, the holidays may be particularly stressful due to the ongoing worldwide pandemic. Feeling a little worried? Here are 8 tips that can help you stay healthy during the 2020 holiday season.
Ever wonder why turkey makes you sleepy? Here we offer some foods and beverages that may help you sleep better, as well as things you should avoid before bedtime.
There is nothing worse than being sleep deprived. But do you ever wonder what effect it has on your body?
Where do our natural circadian rhythms come from? What happens when our circadian rhythm is off? Learn how to maintain a healthy circadian rhythm.
The problems with not getting enough sleep, the causes poor sleep and what can you do about it.
Unique combinations of gut bacteria can alleviate stress, anxiety levels and depression, but certain combinations can also make things worse.
Find out how stress impact the various systems in our body including cardiovascular, respiratory, and gastrointestinal health.
Counting sheep… backwards. Staring at the ceiling all night. To help you achieve better, more restful sleep, here are some helpful tips to get you through the night.
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