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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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3 Pillars of Mental Health: Good Sleep, Exercise, Raw Produce

It’s a common myth that eating a healthful diet and exercising regularly are just for getting fit and staying in good physical health. But while our lifestyle habits play an important role in many body functions, they also influence our mental health and emotional well-being profoundly. There is a tendency to think of physical and mental health as two distinct, separate states, but humans are social and emotional beings. Our mental health affects how we think, act, cope with feelings,...
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Foods to boost your immune system

15 Immune Boosting Foods

Immune Boosting Foods The immune system consists of organs, cells, tissues, and proteins. Together, these carry out a complex group of defense responses and bodily processes that fight off pathogens, which are the viruses, bacteria, and foreign bodies that cause infection or disease. Having a strong immune system is critical for preventing and fighting disease, especially with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic still spreading across the world. But there are everyday factors like stress, smoking, lack of sleep, and spending too...
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Health Benefits of Fermented Foods | Probiotics

Fermentation is a food-processing technique dating back thousands of years. Some of the earliest archeological records of fermented foods and drinks can be traced back to the Mesolithic period, more than 13,000 years ago. This method was used by many ancient human civilizations as a means of preserving food. The production of foods such as yogurt and cultured milk, wine and beer, sauerkraut and kimchi, and fermented sausage were initially valued because of their improved shelf life and safety.  It...
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Can’t Sleep? Simple Carbs May Be to Blame

If you’ve ever spent hours tossing and turning without being able to fall asleep, you know how frustrating it can be. According to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM), about one in three people have at least mild insomnia, and about 70 percent of American adults report not sleeping enough at night. So, what’s keeping so many people up at night? There are hundreds of answers to that question, from common behaviors like drinking coffee too late in the...
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lifestyle changes

What lifestyle changes can help?

Making a few minor changes in your lifestyle can make your migraines more bearable. Improving sleep habits is important for everyone, and especially those with headaches. What you eat also has a huge impact on migraines, so dietary changes can be extremely beneficial, too. Avoiding Food Triggers – See triggers  Healthy Diet – One study indicated that a low in fat/ high complex carbohydrate diet may significantly reduce the frequency, severity, and duration of migraine headaches. Eating Regularly – Eating regularly...
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dark chocolate

YES! Dark Chocolate is Really Healthy… just don’t over-do it!

An ever increasing number of studies support the various health benefits of eating ½-1 ounce of dark chocolate a day. (14-28 grams a day) Buy chocolate that contains at least 65% cocoa and the higher the better/healthier with some products getting as high as 85% cocoa. Here is a summary of some of the health benefits the most recent studies are attributing to the powerful antioxidant polyphenol compounds called flavonoids found in dark chocolate. (It’s the cocoa component of dark chocolate...
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holiday eating

Eat, Drink, and Shrink!

Foods to Avoid During the Holidays With Possible Substitutes Swedish meatballs – instead, try some cold cuts like ham or turkey EggNog – instead, try a cinnamon or other spiced tea Stuffed potatoes – instead, eat a regular baked potato or red potatoes Creamed spinach – instead, spinach without the cream or broccoli Pot Roast – instead, breast of turkey or sliced steak Fruitcake – instead, a fruit tart Pecan Pie – instead, a fruit tart Cheese Cake – instead,...
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