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Having tools to support your feeling of calm and relaxation right now is more important than ever.
Summer is a time of abundance, everything from fresh vegetables in your garden to long hours of sunshine.
As people get older, they tend to sleep less. The reason why can have a lot of factors. A combination of hormone imbalances, melatonin and other nutritional deficiencies, stress, lack of exercise, or illness can contribute to poor sleep. Just … Continue reading
If you’re a woman over 50, you may be experiencing one of the most common complaints of post-menopausal
A study reported on June 9, 2019 at Nutrition 2019, the annual meeting of the American Society for Nutrition
Catnip is an herb that’s not just for cats any longer. In fact, it has a long history of use in folk medicine and some interesting health properties for humans. Native to Europe, Asia and Africa, catnip was brought to … Continue reading
Sleeping well is one of the most critical things we can do for our health. Working out and eating right can only take you so far if your body is stressed from lack of sleep. It is needed to calm … Continue reading
Various versions of the intermittent fasting diet appear to have weight loss benefits. A new study investigating why they work concludes that circadian rhythms are key. Intermittent fasting has become popular, but how does it work? While the modern world … Continue reading
LOS ANGELES (December 16, 2018)–Unfortunately, there’s so much noise and misinformation about food, nutrition and physical activity that good advice is often drowned out by bad. But there’s a new book by food and fitness experts Christine Rosenbloom, PhD, RDN, … Continue reading
We like to think we have control over our bodies, but the opposite is often true. Such is the case with circadian