Mums may remind you of autumn gardens, but did you know that chrysanthemum tea has been consumed in Asia for hundreds of years? If you love … Continue reading Chrysanthemum Tea Health Benefits and How to Make
Coffee is a part of our morning routine in the United States. Most people can’t function properly without their first cup of coffee in the morning. What do you reach for when you wake up in the morning – a … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why You Should Drink Water Over Coffee in the Morning
Ingredients: one 8-ounce cup of organic black coffee 1 scoop collagen powder made from bone broth 1 scoop beef gelatin (optional) 1 tablespoon grass-fed butter 1 … Continue reading Keto Coffee Recipe … or Butter Coffee
Did you know that there are more than 400 different viruses that can cause infections, including the common cold, the flu, hepatitis, mononucleosis and HIV? Today, many people choose to have an annual influenza vaccination, or flu shot, but this is … Continue reading Antiviral Herbs: Protect Against Viruses and How to Use
We are continually exposed to organisms that are inhaled, swallowed or inhabit our skin and mucous membranes. Whether or not these organisms lead to disease is decided by the integrity of our body’s defense mechanisms, or immune system. When our … Continue reading How to Boost Your Immune System: 19 Boosters
Septuagenarian runners continue to rewrite the record books. The latest to make his mark? Paul Perry, 75, of Orland Park, Illinois, who is going after middle-distance times on the indoor oval this winter. Perry went to the Armory in New … Continue reading 75-Year-Old Runs World Record for 3,000 Meters
Called the “King of the Herbs” by the French, you probably know tarragon best for its culinary use. Its dried leaves and flowering tops are commonly included … Continue reading Tarragon Benefits, Nutrition and How to Use
Iron deficiencies are very common. In fact, many groups are at an increased risk of deficiency for this important mineral, including infants and children, women who are pregnant, those with heavy menstrual periods and those following a vegan or vegetarian … Continue reading Iron Supplements: Dosage Advice for Who Needs Them
Royal jelly sounds prestigious, stirring up curiosity, and for good reason. The name alone can draw you in, but what else makes it appealing? Well, for starters, it’s been reported to have antioxidant, anti-diabetic, antibacterial and wound-healing properties. Can humans eat … Continue reading Royal Jelly Health Benefits, Uses and Supplement Dosage
Can everyday habits, products (coffee!) and strategies actually help your memory? Sometimes, yes, says P. Murali Doraiswamy, M.B.B.S., director of Duke University’s Neurocognitive Disorders Program and MH brain health advisor. Here, he weighs in on which popular memory products and … Continue reading Which Natural Memory Boosters Really Work?
Safflower is considered to be one of the oldest crops in existence, with roots tracing all the way back to Ancient Egypt and Greece. Today, the safflower plant remains an important part of the food supply and is often used … Continue reading Safflower Oil Benefits, Uses, Risks, Side Effects and How to Use
There’s no such thing as a must-do exercise. This is the truth about fitness, even though not everyone understands that. Walk into any gym, and you’ll see a host of guys doing barbell deadlifts, for example, and somewhere in that … Continue reading 5 Overrated Gym Exercises — And the Moves You Should Do Instead
If you’re on the lookout for gluten-free grains that pack a nutritional punch, you’ll definitely want to try amaranth. The grain is gaining popularity today because of its startling health benefits. It has an earthy and nutty flavor, helps you … Continue reading Amaranth Benefits, Nutrition, Seeds and How to Use
We all know that eggs are delicious. But did you know they can also reduce your risk of a laundry list of diseases, protect your skin and eyes from UV damage and improve liver and brain function? It’s true, and … Continue reading Egg Nutrition Facts, Health Benefits and Risks
Curious about the next “it” beverage? Look no further: It’s called matcha green tea, and the health benefits are astounding! Heralded by top nutritionists, researchers and health-conscious celebrities alike, matcha is not your typical green tea. This high-grade, finely ground, … Continue reading Matcha Green Tea Benefits, How to Make, and Side Effects
Surveys show that the consumption of sugary drinks has increased in the last several decades on a global scale, up approximately 40 percent from 1990 to 2016. When health authorities warn against consuming “sugary drinks,” they are usually referring to those … Continue reading Do Sugary Drinks Raise the Risk of Cancer?
As if you didn’t already have to worry about an aging jawline, receding hairline, and expanding gut, new sperm-cryobanking companies are telling you that your sperm is getting old, too. Firms such as Dadi and Legacy are selling fertility insurance … Continue reading Should You Freeze Your Sperm Before You’re 40? – Cryobanks
Summer is coming. And you know what that means. Beach season is here, and that means shirts are optional. If you’ve been putting in your gym work throughout the winter, you just may be all ready to show off your … Continue reading Get Summer Body Ready Using These Workouts and Exercises
These pharmacist-recommended over-the-counter products will make your next trip to the drugstore easier. When you’ve got a drippy nose or monster headache, chances are you head to your local pharmacy in search of relief, where endless over-the-counter treatment options await, … Continue reading Pharmacists’ Picks: Top 5 Recommended Health Supplements 2019
Why are Cells Important? There are over 37 trillion cells in your body that work hard for you every single day. On average, your body loses 19 million cells each minute, and makes an equal amount to replace them. As … Continue reading Why Are Micronutrients Important?
It there’s one thing we could all use more of, it’s that bam-zing-POW invigorated feeling you get after a night of perfect sleep or—let’s be honest—an espresso shot. But those aren’t the only ways to put more pep in your … Continue reading This Morning Workout Will Give You A Major Energy Boost
You might feel like you’re doing your body a favor when you opt for diet soda instead of regular, but unfortunately, new research shows otherwise. Having two or more of any kind of artificially sweetened drink per day is linked … Continue reading Diet Sodas Linked to Higher Risk of Stroke, New Study Says
You’ve heard of maple water and coconut water…but cactus water? Seems strange—or at least intriguing enough to try—since water may be the last thing you think of when you picture a cactus. But since new types of water are all … Continue reading What Is Cactus Water? – Does Cactus Water Have Any Health Benefits?
Raise your hand if you’ve ever set a crazy-ambitious New Year’s resolution (run a triathalon! write a book! travel around the world!) only to lose sight of it around February or so, when you realize you might have bitten off … Continue reading 22 Best New Year Resolutions For 2019
Devonta Freeman begins his recovery process with a massage on Monday morning. The goal: to keep his hips loose, as they’re key to his explosive change-of-direction ability. Forty-five muscle groups attach to your pelvis. Just one tight muscle can throw off … Continue reading What Devonta Freeman Can Teach You About Muscle Recovery
Acupuncture is an ancient practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) involving thin, flexible needles inserted at certain points along the body – typically called ‘meridians’. The idea being that the insertion of these needles at these predetermined points can help … Continue reading Acupuncture – A Complementary Therapy With Promise
Believe the hype, and you might actually think yerba mate could give you the energy to run 10 miles when you haven’t really gotten off the couch in the past year. But is this “natural energy drink” really all that? … Continue reading What Is Yerba Mate? – Yerba Mate
Would you believe that the majority of the population — up to 90 percent of adults in the United States — is believed to have a vitamin D deficiency? Many physicians are starting to take this vitamin deficiency very seriously; in … Continue reading Vitamin D Deficiency Symptoms & Sources to Reverse It!
According to research conducted at Harvard University, omega-3 fatty acid deficiency is officially one of the top 10 causes of death in America, claiming the lives of up to 96,000 people each year. Out of the 12 dietary, lifestyle and metabolic risk factors … Continue reading 13 Omega-3 Fish Oil Benefits and Side Effects
Like wintergreen, cramp bark is another herbal remedy that naturally contains a compound called methyl salicylate, which is known to have pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory effects. As its name hints, cramp bark is known for relieving cramps, including those associated with premenstrual … Continue reading Cramp Bark for Menstrual Relief + 4 Other Benefits
Eight years before he had the chiseled physique you see now, Andre Crews was like most guys: an average Joe who wanted more out of life … Continue reading 6 Fitness Tips to Build the Body You’ve Always Wanted
Creatine (sometimes referred to as creatine monohydrate) has been called a “phenomenon” in the bodybuilding community and is among the best-selling supplements to gain muscle. To date, well over 500 research studies have evaluated the effects of creatine supplementation on … Continue reading Creatine Monohydrate: Beneficial or Just Dangerous?
Going keto is the diet equivalent of heli-skiing—all the coolest people you know are doing it (which you know because they won’t stop talking about it), it’s a little terrifying, and your family thinks you’re out of your mind for … Continue reading The Best Keto Recipes For Weight Loss – Easy Keto Recipes
Such was the headline of a 2015 Daily Mail article. It went on to reference the British Association of Anger Management, which found that 87 percent of working mothers had admitted to shouting at their children because of stress. A … Continue reading How to Channel Your Anger So It Won’t Harm Your Health
Ingredients: 1 pound beef stew meat 2 tablespoons avocado oil 8 cups beef broth 2 cups uncooked barley 2 cups collard greens, chopped 1 tablespoon tomato paste ½ sweet onion, sliced 1 teaspoon fresh thyme 5 carrots, chopped 3 potatoes, … Continue reading Vegetable Beef Barley Soup (Slow Cooker Recipe)
Everyone wants to be that guy. You know, the guy who hops up to the pullup bar and cranks out a dozen clean reps without even breaking a sweat. Make 2018 the year you become that guy with these five … Continue reading How to do a Pullup-Upper Body Exercises
Want to add more weight to your bench? Sliding more plates onto the barbell and just letting it rip isn’t always the answer. In fact, in my 16 years of coaching, I’ve seen far too many guys miss solid reps—or … Continue reading How to Bench More Weight
We get it: Yoga might not be the most intense workout—at least, most forms of it aren’t—and it probably isn’t the first thing that pops in your mind when thinking of a fitness class you want to try. But fitness … Continue reading Yoga Benefits For Men
Micronutrients are the vitamins and minerals found in food that nourish your body and help keep you healthy. They are essential to your overall health. Choosing foods each day that are rich in vitamins and minerals is the best way … Continue reading Vitamins and Minerals: How to Get What You Need
When we exercise, far-flung parts of our bodies apparently communicate with one another, thanks to tiny, particle-filled balloons that move purposefully through the bloodstream from one cell to another, carrying pressing biochemical messages, according to an important new study of … Continue reading The Mysterious Interior World of Exercise
Most athletes will do just about anything to step up their game and get better, bigger, faster, and stronger. But the latest performance and recovery trend that’s sweeping the sports world doesn’t require you to do anything at all. Floating … Continue reading Why Sensory Deprivation Tanks Are the Latest Celebrity Recovery Trend
Health in a bottle has become a booming business—Americans shell out around $35 billion on dietary supplements each year, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). But is it money well spent? In some cases, supplements can fill in … Continue reading Supplements You Should Take and Ones You Should Skip
Ask a coworker how they’re doing before 10 a.m. and odds are you’ll hear “tired.” Actually, ask any time of day and there’s a good chance you’ll hear some version of sleepy, spent, or downright exhausted. Fatigue has become ubiquitous … Continue reading Symptoms of Chronic Fatigue
New Year’s Eve is a time of festive celebration—of dressing up, hitting a dance floor or crowded bar, and counting down to midnight, all to the sounds of music blasting and champagne corks popping. It’s about being with friends and … Continue reading Make New Year’s Eve a Night for Self-Care
Energy drinks can give you a boost when Monday morning hits you hard. But that fizzy beverage isn’t doing much for your body beyond your temporary pep, according to a new review published in the journal Frontiers in Public Health. … Continue reading Energy Drinks Can Have Serious Health Consequences
Know anyone who uses EFT tapping to help fight depression or anxiety? Wondering what “Emotional Freedom Technique” (or EFT) is all about, and how it works to manage tension in the body and worry in the mind? EFT tapping therapy was … Continue reading 5 Emotional Freedom Technique or EFT Tapping Benefits
You probably wouldn’t normally associate your morning cup of coffee with napping — in fact, quite the opposite. But as it turns out, the coffee nap is actually a thing, and it could very well be right what you need … Continue reading Coffee Naps Are the Energy-Boosting Hack You Didn’t Know You Needed
Julianne Hough is sitting barefoot and cross-legged on a twin bed in a SoHo, New York City, apartment, gushing about married life. Continue reading Julianne Hough Talks Married Life, the Morning Routine That Gives Her Energy, and Her Struggle With Endometriosis