5 Reasons You Feel Sluggish

Fatigue is a problem for millions of people worldwide. We all get tired now and then, whether it’s because we’ve been working nonstop or didn’t eat right or skipped a workout. For many people, feeling sluggish can place a serious damper on your work and social life. Rest is a very important aspect of repairing [Read More]

How Turmeric Supports Weight Loss

A healthy weight loss program only produces sustaining results when exercise is combined with the right dietary approach. There are other components that play a role, such as sleep and sunlight exposure, but certain foods could really give your weight loss efforts a substantial boost. Turmeric is one of those foods. The active compound in [Read More]

Can Lemon Water Detox Your Body?

You’ve heard you should drink eight glasses of water every day. While that’s a good baseline for most people, the exact amount can vary depending on body size, physical activity, and other factors. [1] Sixty percent of your body is water and water is part of many, if not all, internal processes. [2] Water helps [Read More]

Body Cleanse: 6 Ways to Do a Body…

If you follow this website, you know that detoxing is a subject of huge importance to us. In fact, performing regular body cleanses and detoxes are a core principle of my beliefs on health and healing. I talk about them so much that I sometimes take for granted that we’re all on the same page. [Read More]

7 Great Reads if You’re Currently So (So!)…

Do you often find yourself locked in a staring competition with the clock, willing it to hit 5 PM so you can finally leave the office? You’ve done every task on your to-do list for today, tomorrow, and even the day after, but somehow there’s still time to spare. Maybe you even find yourself hitting [Read More]

5 Common Reasons People Get Fired (and How…

I see no point in mincing words here: If you’re an at-will employee—as most of us non-union members are—you can get fired at any time for no reason at all (so long as it isn’t illegal). That’s a fact. But assuming you don’t work for an organization that’s likely to ax you for well, doing [Read More]

E-cigarettes ‘poison the airways and weaken the immune…

Electronic cigarettes expose the lungs to toxicity, reduce the effectiveness of the immune system and encourage bacterial activity, potentially making superbugs more deadly, according to research published in the Journal of Molecular Medicine. E-cigarettes are shown to promote bacterial virulence and inflammation in the latest study. In the US, the use of e-cigarettes tripled from [Read More]

Exercise hormone sheds fat, ‘helps people stay slender’

If you are lacking in motivation to exercise this fall, some research led by a University of Florida researcher may inspire you to jump-start your fitness regimen. According to the new study, while exercising, a hormone is released that not only helps the body shed fat, but also prevents it from forming. More regular exercise [Read More]

Cranberries help urinary tract infections, but not as…

Dashing out for a bottle of cranberry juice when a urinary tract infection hits may not be so helpful after all. Research published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology suggests it could just be an old wives’ tale. The active ingredients in cranberries prevent bacteria from adhering to the bladder wall. A urinary [Read More]

Daily chocolate intake linked to lower risk of…

Could a doctor’s visit one day result in a prescription for chocolate? According to a new study, it is possible. Researchers suggest that consuming a small amount of chocolate every day may lower the risk of diabetes and heart disease. Eating chocolate every day could lower the risk of diabetes and heart disease, say researchers. [Read More]