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by Wellness Editor About 45 million people in the U.S. go on a diet every year. So there's no denying that we all live in "diet culture" because it's everywhere. The urge to lose weight, and the product someone is shilling to help us do it are in almost every commercial and in every store. From fads and crash diets to tried and true eating plans, everyone has a suggestion. But this deeply pervasive diet culture may be... 12/7/2022 5:00:00 AM
by Tom Marino We experience many transitions in our lives. Whether they are exciting or painful, transitions are disruptive. They force us out of our comfort zone, upend our routines, and leave us feeling scattered and stuck as we try to keep ourselves and our kids' lives from falling apart amidst the chaos.When a relationship changes within a family, whether through divorce, separation, or breakup, the transition... 11/30/2022 5:00:00 AM
by Dr. Steven Gundry The herb’s health-boosting reputation has been touted for centuries. What makes this tea so great is its widespread availability around the world and its possible links to improved health.Here are 7 situations that chamomile tea can help:Soothing a Cold It happens every year: someone at home or work starts sniffling and sneezing, and before you know it, they’re coughing and complaining of a sore throat.... 11/29/2022 5:00:00 AM
by Spiwe Jefferson Millions of adult Americans are stressed. But you can chart a course through these five portals to a peaceful path. According to the National Alliances for Mental Health, anxiety-based disorders are now the most common mental health concern in the United States. We have collectively experienced unprecedented stressors, including the global pandemic, war, and worsening climate conditions. In the explosion... 11/28/2022 5:00:00 AM
by Wellness Editor Coconut milk, a traditional cooking staple in Thailand, has recently gained popularity in the United States. It’s versatile and nutritious, making it a delicious cooking substitute for dairy. Coconut milk is becoming increasingly popular in the United States — and for good reason. It may improve cardiovascular health, help fight against infections, ease gastric ulcers and reduce anxiety. It also improves... 11/27/2022 5:00:00 AM
by Wellness Editor This information is especially important for anyone who has a family member with a heart problem or is at risk for heart problems.You probably know about the defibrillators doctors use. You’ve seen them on TV. The doctor yells, “Clear!” and places paddles on the chest of someone having a heart attack, shocking their heart into beating once again. It is actually very similar in real life. Generally... 11/26/2022 5:00:00 AM
by AJ Gibson We spend an absurd amount of our lives afraid of things that never come to fruition, yet they torture us on the inside. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve freaked out about paying bills or worried about how I’m perceived on social media or agonized over how a friend interpreted something I said out of the goodness of my heart.I’ve stressed myself out to the point that I’ve made myself physically... 11/25/2022 5:00:00 AM
by Wellness Editor Staying centered may be easy when life is calm and peaceful, but it can be more of a challenge during the holidays—for many of us, anyway. Stressful times, financial concerns, and complicated relationships with family members may add to the feeling of being off-center and uncomfortable. Many people say they haven't really enjoyed the holidays since they were kids. But there are ways to feel centered... 11/24/2022 5:00:00 AM
by Wellness Editor Holiday gift shopping should be personal and thoughtful. What better way to say you care than to pick out something that will encourage your loved ones to stay happy and healthy? Keep loved ones’ physical and mental wellbeing in mind when holiday shopping this year. Some healthy gift ideas include a fitness monitor, Edible Arrangements, bath bombs, a healthy cookbook, an adult coloring book, a fruit-infuser... 11/23/2022 5:00:00 AM
by Wellness Editor While a diabetes diagnosis can come with a scary and long list of don’ts, it turns out that for women, tea and coffee should not be on that list. According to a preliminary study, caffeine intake has surprising benefits for diabetic women. The study was presented at the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) Annual Meeting in Lisbon, Portugal in 2017.A Fine Cup Of Coffee The results... 11/22/2022 5:00:00 AM
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