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The Best Remedies for Common Headaches

Whether it’s the pulsating pain of a migraine or the behind-the-eyes pressure of sinus congestion, nobody likes a headache. And if you suffer from them, you may need to cycle through a dozen different treatments to find one that works. The thing is, headaches—and their causes—are all different. With that in mind,…Read more...
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Gluten, dairy and all the rest: Adding food back after elimination

I was on elimination diets for a long time and needed to be in order to quiet down the chaos in my body. I now know more than when I started and hope that the general method of learning to listen is helpful to others since I know the details will be different for everyone. Recently I went through a stint of eating lots of gluten and cheese as I add many different foods I avoided for many years back into my diet. I jokingly call it "retoxification." ...
Tags: Health, Food, Nutrition, Diet, Mental Health, Healing, Pharmaceuticals, Transformation, Infertility, Diet And Nutrition

herbalism/dietary tip: learning to listen to the body

Learning about how to listen to the body takes time. Small things we can start paying attention to help. *** It’s best when we can taste our medicine which is one fundamentally critical difference from pharma. Herbs and food have taste that prepare the body for what is coming. And as we pay attention over... Continue Reading →
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Good Nutrition – Between Facts And Fiction

Are you eating well? Does your daily diet include all the essential nutrients for healthy living? If making the list of groceries makes you feel stress every day, you might experience the same thing many other people do. It appears as there’s always a new diet or a set of guidelines that pretends to teach you what you should do, to the letter, so that you can live as long as you can... Source
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Four Reasons Why You’re Feeling Sluggish

Feeling sluggish is fairly normal on days where you’ve perhaps overdone it the night before had a particularly stressful week at work. Sometimes though, you may find that those sluggish feelings are... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Parenting, Sleep, Diet, Fitness, Health Hazards

Japan Enacts High-Tech 'Super City' Bill Where AI, Big Data and Other Technologies Are Utilized To Resolve Social Problems

The Diet enacted a bill Wednesday to create "super cities" where artificial intelligence, big data and other technologies are utilized to resolve social problems. The Japan Times reports: The bill revising the national strategic special zone law passed the House of Councilors by a majority vote with support mainly from the ruling coalition. The revision stipulates procedures to speed up the changing of regulations in various fields to facilitate the creating of such smart cities. The government ...
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5 Things The COVID-19 Lockdown Has Made Us Rethink

Whatever your job, your marital status or your lifestyle, the COVID-19 outbreak has likely resulted in huge changes to the way you live your life over the past few weeks. Even if you’ve been lucky... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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The hungry ghosts know. Listen.

Somatic mysticism, diet and returning to my ancestry…. I like using “somatic mysticism” to explain my experience because I feel everything deeply in my body. I can feel my cells doing their work quite often and I feel all manner of metabolic movement and I feel far more than I can even begin to really... Continue Reading →
Tags: Health, Food, Diet, Meditation, Mindfulness, Mental Health, Healing, Infertility, Mysticism, Somatic

Not much is happening in self-isolation. So why are you still so tired?

With tens of millions of Americans sheltering at home, many people feel exhausted.Reasons range from a lack of routine, emotional uncertainty, poor nutrition, and alcohol abuse. Keeping your daily habits in place as much as possible is important for combating lethargy. Who knew that not leaving your house could be so exhausting? There are many reasons many of us are tired right now. We've long known about the detrimental effects of not enough sleep, but even too much sleep results in cognitive...
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Is this the diet we all need right now?

NY Times bestselling author, Scott Carney, returns with his new book on resilience, "The Wedge."Carney's previous book on Wim Hof helped pushed ice baths into the mainstream. In "The Wedge" Carney tests his boundaries with the Potato Hack diet, kettlebell passing, and ayahuasca. As Scott Carney pushes his shopping cart through multi-colored aisles in his local Denver grocery, he notices the many promises each item makes. A bag of chips promises fun. Coconut oil will boost his IQ. Even broccoli...
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How intermittent fasting changes your brain

Rats that fasted for 16 hours a day showed the greatest increase in hippocampal neurogenesis.If true in humans, intermittent fasting could be a method for fighting off dementia as you age. Intermittent fasting has previously been shown to have positive effects on your liver, immune system, heart, and brain, as well as your body's ability to fight cancer. Intermittent fasting (IF) is not new. Many religious traditions, including Hinduism, Islam, Buddhism, and Orthodox Christianity have practiced...
Tags: Facebook, Diet, Singapore, Memory, Mental Health, Brain, Innovation, Disease, Alzheimer's, Derek, Intermittent Fasting, Hinduism Islam Buddhism, Prophylactic IF

How To Speed Up Your Metabolism For Weight Loss

Once again, we are back to the topic of weight loss. The age-old problem for many women and men. From dieting to exercising, every method has been recommended by nutritionists and health experts. However, over time we have realized that these methods do not produce the same results in everyone, at least not in the same space of time. How fast do you burn up calories? The human body is unique, and individuals digest different micronutrients at varying rates. In other words, the body meta...
Tags: Fashion, Diet, Weight Loss, Dieting, Exercise, Heidi Klum, Metabolism, Health & Fitness, RMR, Weight Loss Plan, RMR Research

Why we need to restrict calories right now

A new study based at Salk Institute has discovered the cellular mechanisms behind calorie restriction. Rats on a higher-calorie diet experienced more inflammation and immune problems than rats that ate less. This research is especially relevant right now, as immunodeficient patients are at high risk of complications from COVID-19. Finding kale and quinoa has never been easier than it is right now. Oreos and Spam, not so much. We know about the toilet paper and hand sanitizer shortages. There a...
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How to Eat, With Mark Bittman and Dr. David L. Katz

Forget paleo, keto, and intermittent fasting—we’re getting to the truth of how you really should be eating this week with Mark Bittman and Dr. David L. Katz. Their latest book is called How to Eat: All Your Food and Diet Questions Answered, and in this episode, they discuss the importance of using both science and…Read more...
Tags: Health, Diet, Lifestyle, Healthy Eating, Lifehacks, Paleo, Healthy Food, Mark Bittman, David L Katz, Intermittent Fasting, Ketogenic Diet

5 Wellness trends that are bad for the environment

Wellness is an ongoing pursuit that involves diet, exercise, mental health and many other factors. But the activities that make us feel good might be causing harm to the planet without us even knowing. Here’s how.  Crystals For those who feel a connection with Mother Earth, crystals are said to offer healing qualities, protection and the ability to calm the mind, among other benefits. While crystals are natural resources from the Earth, problems arise from how they are sourced. Many reports ...
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How to Cut Down on Sugar, With Dr. Yoni Freedhoff

Trying to lower your sugar intake? We’re learning how this week with the help of two experts. First, Kathleen DesMaisons, addictive nutrition guru and author of Potatoes Not Prozac: Simple Solutions for Sugar Addiction, walks us through her practical and effective approach to gradually cutting sugar out of your diet.…Read more...
Tags: Health, Diet, Lifestyle, Healthy Eating, Lifehacks, Healthy Food, Yoni Freedhoff, Kathleen DesMaisons, Simple Solutions for Sugar Addiction

Meat Still Bad, Two Bummer Studies Confirm

A pair of new studies out Monday might nudge you to reevaluate your meat-eating habit. One study found evidence that eating at least two weekly servings of red meat, particularly processed meat, is linked to a slightly higher risk of cardiovascular disease and death. The second links eating a diet rich in plants to…Read more...
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How Your Gut Health is Affecting Your Mental Health

You're reading How Your Gut Health is Affecting Your Mental Health, originally posted on Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement. If you're enjoying this, please visit our site for more inspirational articles. Do you doubt the power of the gut? Having often been overlooked, the gut is quickly becoming recognised as an organ of equal importance to the brain and the heart.  Just as we once believed that the earth was flat, we were also unaware - up until recently - of the impact th...
Tags: Featured, Diet, Mental Health, Lifehacks, Health And Fitness, Self Improvement, Microbiome, Gut Health, Merge Health

Healthy Chinese Food? It’s not the Food, It’s This…

Is Chinese food healthy? Although there’s something to be said for China’s excellent use of vegetables and limited use of sugar in their dishes, that’s not the whole story. Having lived in China for the past decade, I’ve discovered that there other factors that contribute to the notion of “healthy Chinese food”. My experience with healthy Chinese food has been quite positive. Despite my aversion to diets, I’ve lost close to 10 kg (22 lbs) during my first year living in China. A lot...
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4 Big Health Benefits of Having a Good Diet

When thinking about your daily diet, thoughts of weight-loss and looking slim shouldn’t be the only thing that comes to your mind. A good, balanced diet packed full of nutrition will result in countless health benefits that are far more important than just losing weight. Here are a few ways in which a great diet can improve your overall health.  Heart Introducing whole grains and a good dose of fruit and vegetables into your diet does great things for your heart. These things help ...
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A Beginner’s Guide to Caring for a Hedgehog

Hedgehogs are not your usual household pets. They are small, spikey, and tend to roll into a ball when scared. The domesticated hedgehog is intelligent, friendly, and can make for a great companion. As with any pet, it is essential to research hedgehogs, their required care, food, habitat needs, and habits to help you take better care of them. As a hedgehog owner, you need to be patient and dedicated as raising and caring for these cute little animals can be a fun, rewarding experience. Here’s ...
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Scientists Calculated How Much Longer You Can Live With a Healthy Lifestyle

Study after study reminds us that as challenging as it can be, sticking with healthy habits—eating right, exercising regularly, not smoking, maintaining a healthy weight, and controlling how much alcohol you drink—can help us to live longer. But tacking on extra years isn’t so appealing if some or most of them are riddled with heart disease, diabetes or cancer. In a 2018 study, an international group of researchers led by scientists at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health found that ad...
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What Happens in Your Body During a 'Cleanse' or 'Detox'

Cleanses and detoxes are trendy, popular, and promise to clear out nasty toxins from your body and make you healthier. It’s a tall promise, especially since they can’t usually point to any specific toxins that they’re trying to rid you of.Read more...
Tags: Health, Nutrition, Body Hacks, Diet, Body, Lifehacks

Leave These Nutrition Myths Behind in 2019

As we begin a new year and, arguably, a new decade, there are a few things I think we can safely do without. Here are three nutrition myths that I believed, or maybe wanted to believe, at the start of the decade—and why I’m leaving them behind.Read more...
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We Explain the Most Googled Diets of 2019

There were a lot of trendy diets in 2019, including a few even I hadn’t heard of before I started researching this list. Google published the ten most-googled diets, and we’re here to explain what they are and what you might want to know if you’re looking into them. Read more...
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Your Step By Step Guide To A More Youthful Appearance In 2020

Some of us are afraid of ageing. We are not content with growing old gracefully and embracing the wrinkles and grey hair. It’s not a bad thing. We just want to keep ourselves looking as youthful as... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Advantages and Benefits of Protein Rich Diets

Image Courtesy : Photo by Ella Olsson from Pexels Did you know that protein rich diets are recommended to help lose weight and build muscle mass. Being a vegetarian, I am always skeptical of how much protein I get through my food which is why I always try to compensate for my protein intake through eggs. However, it is not always clear as to how many egg yolks you can have on a daily basis and how it is going to affect your cholesterol and hence,  Whey protein powder is a better and saf...
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How to Lose Weight — Without Dieting

To lose weight — and keep it off — don’t go on a diet. Why? Because “going on a diet” creates the false mindset that weight loss is a time-limited journey. Although we may very well lose weight in the short term when we deprive ourselves our favorite foods and drinks, exercise like a fiend, and go to bed with a stomach protesting in hunger, how long can that last? And… even if all that deprivation and self-torture did continue, would the end result be worth it?  All too often, “being on a die...
Tags: Psychology, Health, Diet, Habits, Exercise, Health-related, Exercise & Fitness

Diet and depression: what you eat impacts your mood

For years a friend has been telling my diet was hurting my general demeanor. Last year I stopped ignoring her and switched to a diet more like what is described in this study. I will never be Mr. Cheerful, but it really did help. NPR: A randomized controlled trial published in the journal PLOS ONE finds that symptoms of depression dropped significantly among a group of young adults after they followed a Mediterranean-style pattern of eating for three weeks. Participants saw their depression ...
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6 Natural Ways To Reduce Your Blood Pressure

High blood pressure is a common health problem that affects so many people, especially as you get older. Around 1 in 3 people will have problems with high blood pressure at some point and it can be... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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