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There are many ways one can reduce anxiety, from therapy, to eating healthier, or learning a few breathing techniques. One of the ways to decrease your anxiety is visualization, also called guided imagery, and we will discuss it in the following article.
Source: Steady Health
Date posted: 13/09/2020
Ginger honey tea combines the spiciness of ginger with the lovely sweetness of honey. It’s the perfect hot and sweet beverage for a cold night. The sharp flavors are also good for you. It is an age-old remedy for a host of illnesses. It is usually used to treat cough and cold. But it has many other benefits. We tell you more about its benefits and how to make it.
Source: Organic Facts
Date posted: 11/09/2020
Quark is the next big thing in nutrition. It’s tasty, filling, low FODMAP and it dominates Greek yoghurt in just about every nutritional aspect. Unless you’ve lived in particular parts of Europe, however, you would never have heard of it. So just what is quark and is it healthy? Let’s look at the science.
Source: Diet vs Disease
Date posted: 09/09/2020
Ginger is an herb that’s remarkably versatile, both as a culinary spice and as a natural remedy. It’s most commonly used as a digestive aid, but offers a number of little-known benefits for the brain as well. Here’s a look at the many mental health benefits of ginger and how to get the most therapeutic value from this potent herb.
Source: Be Brain Fit
Date posted: 08/09/2020
Even though they operate one of the most essential and basic operations in our bodies, our lungs typically don’t receive much attention until we find it difficult to, well, breathe. Luckily, like our other organs, our lungs can be nourished through specific foods and herbs. They can also be strengthened to help prevent respiratory illnesses, infections, and reduced lung function due to age.
Source: Paleo Hacks
Date posted: 07/09/2020
B12 supports myelin (which allows nerve impulses to conduct) and when this vitamin is deficient, has been suspected to drive symptoms such as dementia, multiple sclerosis, impaired gait, and sensation. Clinically, B12 may be best-known for its role in red blood cell production. Deficiency states may result in pernicious anemia. But what about B12’s role in psychiatric symptoms such as depression, anxiety, fatigue, and even psychosis?
Source: Kelly Brogan MD
Date posted: 06/09/2020
With so many nutrition myths, it’s hard to know where to start. In this article we cover carbs, eggs, red meat, and a lot more. Each entry strikes at the heart of the debate and is followed by links to in-depth articles.
Date posted: 04/09/2020
Scientific studies already support yoga practice as a means to reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety. The new findings, which appear in the Journal of Psychiatric Practice, suggest yoga can be a helpful complementary treatment for clinical depression or major depressive disorder.
Date posted: 02/09/2020
In your 20s, you could consume an entire pizza pie after a late night of partying and not gain a single ounce. But in your 40s? Well, if you treated yourself to a meatball sub more than once a week, you'd see the number on the scale go right up. Not to mention, achieving a chiseled physique versus a dad bod gets harder. To help ensure you're aging in reverse, we put together a list of the worst foods for men over 40.
Source: Eat This.com
Date posted: 01/09/2020
If you’ve been feeling more stressed out than usual lately or it is becoming a default 'state' for you, it’s important to know which foods are best to choose and which to avoid when it comes to combating stress and helping you to deal with feelings of stress and anxiety.
Source: Nutritionist Resource
Date posted: 30/08/2020
Worried about quarantine weight gain? 12 tips to shed lockdown pounds Focus on making changes across the four pillars: diet, exercise, sleep, and stress management.
Source: Net Doctor
Date posted: 28/08/2020
If you’ve been hearing about lectin free diets lately, but aren’t sure what they are… you’ve come to the right place. Lectin free diets are gaining traction as they’re understood to have a slew of positive health effects.
Source: Gundry MD
Date posted: 26/08/2020
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