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10 Brain Healthy Foods (+2 Drinks) for Energy & Productivity

When it comes to keeping your brain healthy and sharp, the foods that you eat matter.  Research shows that foods rich in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, flavanols, polyphenols and omega-3 fatty acids can help protect your brain. They can help to improve memory, concentration and overall brain health. Here are 10 delicious brain food snacks (and two drinks) to feed the most important organ in your body 1. Smoked Salmon Deviled Eggs Why it works: Whether it is for lunch, dinner,...
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8 Vitamins and Herbal Supplements for Stress

There’s no denying that stress has become a constant fixture of our modern life. Work, family life, relationships, money, and now the COVID-19 pandemic are just a few of the many stressors we have to deal with on a daily basis.  By now, you probably already know that stress can take a significant toll on both physical and mental health. Left unchecked, stress can become chronic and lead to headaches, migraines, upset stomach, anxiety, fatigue, and more. Chronic stress can...
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Is Stress and Anxiety Stealing Your Quality of Life?

Stress and Anxiety – Thieves Stealing Today and Tomorrow’s Quality of Life and Health: Are you protecting yourself from the ravaging effects of stress and anxiety? As I started to write this article, the thought came to me that people go to great lengths to protect their “STUFF!” We pay a lot of money to buy insurance and install burglar alarms to make sure we don’t lose our “stuff. “ I like “stuff” (as I get older, I like it...
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[STUDY] Migraines Have No Long Term Effect On Cognitive Function

Researchers at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital analyzed data of over 6000 women who provided information about their migraine status for up to six years. These women were tested for cognitive performance over the same period. The results of the analysis were published in the respected British Medical Journal. Though everyone knows that migraines can really be excruciatingly painful, the good news is that, women with migraines, either with or without aura did not have different rates of cognitive decline...
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