Exercise is essential for good health. But is there a best time to do it? We dive into the science to find out whether working out in the morning or evening really makes a difference.
It’s no secret that getting regular exercise is essential for good health. But a lesser known fact is that how you eat beforehand may influence the way your body responds.
In the US, the average life expectancy is 77 years, while in a Blue Zone living to over 100 isn’t uncommon. Blue Zones are found in 5 places on earth with the highest life expectancy or with the highest proportions of people who reached the age of 100.
Counting your blessings is more than just a feel-good practice, it can actually boost your physical and mental health. Learn how giving thanks does your body and mind good, and the simple ways you can express it.
“It only takes 21 days to make a new habit stick.” Sounds simple enough, right? But is this really accurate? Find out whether there is scientific truth to this statement, and what we might expect instead.
Dealing with a mental health condition can feel lonely and overwhelming, but you don’t have to struggle alone. There is hope. Seeking help from a good therapist is a powerful first step toward healing.
Food waste is a real and serious problem, both on our wallets and on our environment. You can do your part by cutting down on your food waste at home. Read on to learn how.