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Nutritional Health

9 Ways to Harness the Anti-Aging Power of Autophagy

Wellness – we all want it, and if you’re a regular reader of this blog, or just ‘wellness-curious,’ chances are, you've got some kind of handle on the essentials like clean diet, good sleep, movement and regular relaxation. This holistic approach is the path to feeling good and living well for as long as possible. But there is another piece of the puzzle that’s starting to get some well-deserved attention.

5 Reasons to Get into Intermittent Fasting -- and 5 Ways To Do It

For thousands of years, fasting – the practice of voluntarily abstaining from food and drink for a prescribed period – has been used for religious reasons, to make political statements, as a form of protest, self-expression, to rest the digestive system, or to minimize the effects of overdoing it at the buffet table.

How to Reverse Autoimmunity with Food

Learn to optimize your diet for autoimmunity, including which foods are triggering your symptoms that you should ditch for good, and which foods to eat that will best support your immune system.

Self Care

Stress Less, Meditate More! 6 Ways to Make Time for Meditation

If modern life’s got you feeling frantic, you’re not alone. These days, it seems most of us are living in an almost constant state of ‘on,’ pulled in too many directions at once, pressured from all sides, over-tethered to tech and perpetually behind the eight-ball. Amidst the daily chaos, it can be mind-bogglingly challenging to find the respite that your brain and body so desperately need.

4 Easy Tips for Relieving Anxiety You Can Use Anywhere

Move over, Prozac- anxiety is the new depression. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, over 18% of the U.S. adult population suffers from an anxiety disorder. This number doesn’t account for people who experience distressing levels of anxiety but don’t meet criteria for a diagnosable disorder. Most of us have experienced anxiety throughout our lives, and it can be argued that between improvements in technology and the advent of social media, anxiety and stress levels are surging at higher rates then previously seen-especially for young people.

Environmental Health

Pay Attention! You Digital Natives

According to a new study recently published in JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association) there is a significant association between the use of digital media and the subsequent symptoms of Attention Deficit Disorder (ADHD) (Ra et al 2018). This should come as no surprise to anyone who has watched their teenager doing homework while texting, face-timing, snap-chatting or instagramming.

Women's Health