Is caffeine bad for you? No, (phew!). It enhances focus and metabolism, reduces the risk for Alzheimer’s disease, and reduces certain liver and pancreas conditions.
Secrets Your Skin Is Telling You
We all want great skin. If we have it, we want to keep it and, if we don’t, we’ll look to see how we can improve it. Often, exactly what we try to cover up is a message from the skin telling us that something is wrong. It’s these messages that need our attention.
Break Down this Barrier for Good Health!
Whether you want to reduce your blood pressure, improve blood sugars, lose weight, sleep better, improve your mood, or be free from food cravings and digestive issues, make sure you get your information from credible sources. Any regimen suggested to you should be doable, safe, and can be maintained so you reap benefits well into the future.
Want to Curb Your Appetite? Try These Common Foods
Nutraceuticals are ‘foods containing health-giving additives and having medicinal benefit.’ Or, in other words, regular foods you can add to meals and snacks that help boost metabolism, suppress appetite and reduce inflammation.
Friend or Foe: Hormones and Health
While hormones play vital roles in our bodies, they can sometimes sabotage our best health intentions. Everyone wants to be healthier. If we are in good health we want to stay that way, and if we need to become healthier we’re certainly looking for tools to help us.
Minerals and Mood: Potassium
Are you getting enough potassium? There are vital nutrients that may be missing from our diets or what we do get falls short of what our bodies need to feel our best. One of these is potassium.
Minerals and Mood: Magnesium
Magnesium. Have you heard of this mineral? More than 70% of adults currently don’t meet the recommended daily allowance of approximately 400 mg of magnesium per day. Some would swear by its use as a sleep aid, for calming moods, reducing blood pressure, relieving muscle aches and helping with blood sugar control.
Water for Wellness: Are You Getting Enough?
Why water? There’s not much relation with water to staying well, right? Not true! We need water, folks; we’re made up of approximately 70% of it. All the work the body does requires water as a medium to detoxify, regulate temperature and absorb nutrients.
Three Strategies for Reducing Added Sugar Intake
The key to balancing added sugars is monitoring how much and how often you consume them. No one is perfect! Sugar in isolation and in small amounts isn’t necessarily the problem; it’s when we go overboard.
Is it Hunger Pain or a Craving?
Have you been hovering over the refrigerator or pantry too often these days? Are you nearing or have surpassed the ‘Quarantine 19’? Don’t fret! Here’s something you can do NOW to change some unwanted habits.