Often likened to the long plastic tips that keep your shoelaces from fraying, telomeres are the ‘endcaps’ that protect the DNA in your chromosomal strands, helping to keep your cells (and the rest of you) young.
Sulforaphane, found in cruciferous vegetables, helps fight cancer, reduce inflammation, boost heart health, and more.
When you practice gratitude, you make a conscious decision to feel satisfied with what you have, instead of longing for what you don’t.
Try a few of these healthy alternatives to enable you to embrace the season with open arms, clearer nasal passages, and dryer eyes.
The fastest way to turn your diet around? To go from not-so-great to almost perfect? The answer is organic leafy greens – those life-supporting, health-inducing, nutrient-packed edibles that should take up most of the space on your plate at every meal – not just at dinnertime. Eat them or drink them, but just get them into your body every day – that’s my leafy green mantra, and I hope you will make it yours. Need a little more encouragement? Here’s the top-line low-down on my favorite health-promoters, the “leafys”:
Sardines are a safe, nutrient-packed superfood. Here's why you should start incorporating them into your diet today.
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The EPA says that pollution inside the home can be two to five times greater than outside.