As the colder months draw nearer, it’s natural to want to stay inside and enjoy some fireside technology. Whether it’s watching a movie on a tablet, putting in some extra hours of work in the home office, or chatting with a friend on the phone, there’s no doubt that technology use increases dramatically as summer begins to fade and people move indoors. Unfortunately, this can lead to a myriad of health conditions as EMF and Blue Light exposure begins to rocket and will only worsen with the introduction of 5G technology.
With COVID-19 still a looming threat as we near the end of summer, it’s more important than ever to maintain strong chemical, physical and mental health. With the rising popularity of CBD products coinciding with the pandemic, it’s no wonder why so many people are turning toward cannabis-derived sources of nutrition and wellness.
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For thousands of years, cultures around the world have consumed green tea for its calming effects and diverse flavors. A simple cup of green tea can help relax your body and mind almost instantly. However, green tea also has a myriad of medicinal benefits as well. From digestion to cell health, here are a few of the benefits of drinking green tea regularly.
“You are what you eat.” It wasn’t until my late twenties that I figured out what those words truly meant. After years of college junk food, I began to notice how quickly and noticeably my gut would be affected based upon the foods I was eating. Not enough fiber that week and I would feel bloated and heavy.
If, like me, you’ve been hearing a lot recently about the alkaline diet, you might be wondering what it is. More importantly, does it really work? If so, how does it work? In this article, I’ll provide you with some information to help you understand the alkaline diet revolution.
When most people think of a professional athlete’s diet, one would expect a large amount of organic meat and seafood to supplement their high protein intake. And while this is definitely still the norm for most athletes, many are beginning to make the switch over to a plant-based diet.
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With the help of some clever advertising and addictive flavors, sugar sodas have become a vice for so many people across the world. With many schools still opting to keep their sugary drink machines on campus, it’s no wonder that child obesity numbers continue to rise.
I’ve always been one to take health supplements, and fish oil is a popular choice for many. Although I’m aware of the main health benefits of taking fish oil supplements, I decided to dig a bit deeper into what they can actually do for our bodies.
It’s always worth maintaining a good immune system, but it’s even more important now the cold weather is coming. I’m constantly researching the best foods to boost my immune system because I feel it’s better than taking supplements. If nothing else, it’s certainly more delicious!