1. Wearable Technology Topping the list is wearable technology like fitness trackers, pedometers and heart rate monitors. Sales are expected to hit over $4 billion during 2017 and it’s no slowing. The question is if they’re really that functional? Are they actually useful in reaching your health goals? If you’re looking to lose weight, perhaps … Continued
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Have you noticed that doctors and psychiatrists are more than too happy to prescribe psychotropic drugs today even though they often come with dangerous side effects? Surely there’s a better, and safer way to manage and treat stress and brain disorders? There is cognitive behavioral therapy. According to the National Association of Cognitive Behavioral Therapists, … Continued
Ahh, the smoothie; your hero or villain? Yes, the smoothie has gotten a bad reputation of late for being laden with excess sugar, and for good reason if you purchase them from popular juice stores. However, make them at home with the right ingredients and they can be just as healthy as we once thought … Continued
Serves: 4-8 This coconut milk coffee creamer is the perfect substitute to your traditional cow’s milk. Coconut has long been renowned for its powerful health benefits. In comparison to cow’s milk substituting with coconut milk in your coffee provides a richer source of niacin, iron, and copper. With niacin and iron both playing important roles … Continued
Serves: 2 Hormones are the chemical messengers that control our body. Miscommunication can have some serious repercussions, especially within the body, which is what can happen if your hormones are even slightly imbalanced. Your endocrine system works together to control your hormone levels that circulate your body, that’s why we’re helping you to rebalance these … Continued
Think back. How many New Year’s resolutions have you actually held? If you’re like most people odds are not many. It’s recommended for adults to get at least 150 minutes of moderate to intense aerobic activity and two days of strength training into their week. Most like our New Year’s resolutions don’t meet these recommendations. … Continued