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Tackling Age-Related Cognitive Decline Head On

We’re all keenly aware of the physical changes in our bodies as time passes. It’s obvious from the outside that we’re always in the process of growing and aging. What’s not so apparent, though, is that our brain is doing the exact same thing!

How To Find the Best Morning Routine For You

A good morning routine, is not just a recipe for a productive day. It can also be a powerful way to help reduce stress and boost clarity and focus. If you want to be productive in 2019 but also practice self care, here are some guidelines for how to design the best morning ritual for your own personal needs.

Exercise & Mood: How One Transforms the Other

The end of last week, January 12th, marked a very important, yet under-reported moment in our calendar year. That was the day, statistically, when most people gave up on their New Year's Resolutions. According to Strava, a social media network for athletes, a survey of 31.5 million participants revealed that Saturday was the day most Americans bailed on many of their health and fitness goals. Despite our best intentions, most of us (80% in fact) will revert back to our old ways and give up on our newfound routines. If you find yourself in the middle of that struggle, don't give up hope.

5 Clean Eating Meal Prep Tips for 2019

Sometimes it feels like eating healthy takes too much effort and is too expensive, but with a little planning and weekend meal prep, it’s not all that difficult or hard on your wallet!

It’s Time To Get A Serious Sleep Routine

There’s one routine that goes almost completely ignored, and it may be just as critical as exercise. Almost nothing will dictate your quality of life and physical health as much as your sleep--and many of us need to develop a healthier sleep ritual.

6 New Year’s Goals Guaranteed to Create Lasting Change

As 2018 comes to a close you might already be thinking about the new year and what it may bring. Maybe you’re imagining how you can get in shape or start a business. Maybe you have relationship goals and want 2019 to be a year when you meet a special person. Whatever the case, the New Year is a time to let yourself dream about what is possible.

A Holiday Guide To Eating Healthy While Traveling

The more health-conscious you are, the more challenging it can be around the holidays. If you’re someone who’s used to having a strict routine, then the end of December can be physically and even emotionally stressful. One of the biggest obstacles to overcome is the challenge of eating healthy while traveling...

4 Major Benefits of Taking a Multivitamin

In a world of health fads and crazes, it’s easy to feel like science is changing every day. Some things that were healthy to our parents’ generation might now be considered dangerous and ill-advised. But in reality, most building blocks of good health never really change. It may not be revolutionary or sensational, but one of the best things you can do for yourself is take a multivitamin. Multivitamins provide a basic foundation of minerals and nutrients, and taking them can have a number of positive health benefits...

Key Adaptogenic Herbs for Burnout & Fatigue

If you’ve ever been to the doctor to get to the bottom of a fatigue issue, you know how frustrating the process can be. In fact, if you’ve complained of feeling constantly run down, then the likelihood is you probably didn’t get a straight answer...

The Effects of Stress on The Brain and What You Can Do

According to a recent study, the holiday season can be a time of unbelievable highs and also tremendous lows. The New York Post reported that many Americans feel that this time of year can be both wonderful and at the same time draining and full of stressors. Termed “Festive Stress,” 31% of US citizens refer to the season as ‘frantic,’ citing difficulty with gift shopping, family reunions, and the pressure to create ‘the perfect Christmas.’