Here is a list of the most effective natural ways of dealing with anxiety and stress from my own experiences.
I hear "health professionals" everywhere, on TV, in podcasts, or online, say to limit fruit because of its sugar content, and it just isn't true for the everyday person. Fruit has many benefits for the body and the naturally occurring sugar in fruit is quite beneficial for gut health. Find out more about why fruit is part of a healthy diet and how much fruit you should be eating as well as which individuals should limit their intake to 1-2 servings per day.
Your morning routine sets the tone for the rest of your day. If it is chaotic and rushed then the rest of your day will likely be similar. But if you take the time to ensure you are organized and work on your mental and physical health, you will find you are less stressed and more prepared for life. A good morning routine tends to set successful people apart from the rest.
Find out exactly what antioxidants are, whether you are eating enough and whether you should take an antioxidant supplement (spoiler, probably not)
Did you know that using a sauna 4-7 times a week can reduce your risk of developing cardiovascular disease, neurodegenerative diseases as well as reduce your risk of all-cause mortality? Read more to find out how!
Exercise is well known for its many benefits but how exactly does something that is challenging benefit the body? Read more to find out!
This blog series will explain how small stresses and challenges to the body, such as exercise, actually result in adaptations that help us live longer and healthier.
Bone broth is a hot diet trend promoting an answer to everything from leaky gut syndrome to a detoxifying, weight loss diet to a way to reverse aging and reduce wrinkles to helping autism, ADHD and depression. But can one food do all of this without any caveats?
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Which foods to eat for a healthier gut and which foods to avoid
Feeling bloated and uncomfortable after a meal is not normal, however, some experience this almost every day. Here's what you need to know about an unbalanced gut.
I've said it before and I'll say it again, eat whole foods. Find out why eating whole foods keeps your weight, blood sugar, cholesterol and metabolism in check.
Learning to make vegetables taste good is one of the keys to eating well. Vegetables are full of fibre, vitamins, minerals and have been shown to increase well being, happiness, and decrease your risk of cancer, obesity, and many age related disease. Many people don't eat the recommended 7-10 servings of fruits and vegetables per day simply because they don't find them appetizing. Try adding salt and fat to your vegetables and you will start to love them!