Practice Something New

Practice Something New

The predictability of routines can be safe and comfortable. But did you know that learning and practicing something new can make you smarter? Research shows that the process of learning can increase the density of myelin, the insulating layer around nerves, may help...
How to Choose Supplements

How to Choose Supplements

Supplementing your diet has become a necessity these days. Our food supply has been degraded by preservatives and chemicals, and our soil has been depleted of nutrients. In addition, our ability to absorb nutrients from food actually decreases as we age. If you...
Get Out of Your Own Way to Get Results

Get Out of Your Own Way to Get Results

Often, it’s not so much the mental obstacles in our way of success but our own mentality that’s the problem. For example, you might think that things like your schedule, your children, your partner, your family history, or your own track record stand in the way of...
Grab a Pen

Grab a Pen

Keeping a self-care journal helps you gain a real-time understanding of your daily habits. Tracking your sleep, physical activity, nutrition, stressors, and goals can give you a better understanding of how you are feeling and why. Knowing your routine helps you figure...
Fat First, Carbs Last

Fat First, Carbs Last

Research shows that swapping out carbohydrates for healthy fats in the morning results in improved metabolic profiles — regulated blood sugar levels, lowered body fat, improved cardiac health, increased energy, improved sleep, and fewer cravings! The importance of...

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