Exercise and Fitness
Fill your heart space with love Valentine’s Day. Celebrate with this Lover’s Truffles Recipe and herbal formulas to support your heart, both physically and spiritually.
Convenience Trade-Off: Higher risk of cancer and malnutrition. Scientific evidence is mounting that it may be time to ditch microwave ovens.
How are universal frequencies affecting you this week (February 7-13, 2016)? See how in our weekly column, a great complement to your weekly horoscope and a helpful standalone resource for your health, nutrition, and muscle form and function.
This simple healthy tart delivers big flavor in a beautiful package.
Find your mental health destiny in the kitchen cabinet NOT medicine cabinet. Eating right could prevent mental illness and even treat it. Researchers predict that mental illness rates will rise as more people adopt a sedentary lifestyle and sugary, fatty Western diet.
Overflowing with nutrients, this delicious smoothie contains ALL 21 known amino acids, including the 9 that humans are unable to produce themselves.
Find yourself unmotivated? You may lack dopamine. Here are some great ways to boost yours without taking drugs.
The newly released Dietary Guidelines for Americans are a political payback to big corporations, and not sound. “We are awash in preventable chronic disease. We are eating away our own health. We are eating our children’s health, and their food, and drinking up their water. We are, into the bargain, devouring our very planet. Yet we are told here to keep on keeping on. That’s what you get when it is politics, rather than science, on the plate. “Dr. Katz
Crockpot breakfasts are nutritious time-saving meals with minimal effort. Starting your day with breakfast helps to avoid overeating later, boost energy and promote weight loss.
Easy tips to get a jump on your spring garden by growing non GMO organic plants from your kitchen scraps!
You’ve made the resolutions and set the goals, but you are struggling to to implement the lifestyle changes you know you should. Here are easy “Be Brain Fit” tips that will help you create new, healthy habits by rewiring your brain.
Call to Action: Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants. As 2016 opens, it looks like many American cooks and diners are heeding that call.