The 30-day Sugar Detox

Losing weight, healing your gut, and getting rid of brain fog are some of the benefits of cutting sugar off your diet. I’m a recovered sugar addict. I have shared this several times; during my college years in California, and as a typical student, I was eating a super high-sugar diet. 2 waffles with peanut…
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5 Steps To (Really) Achieve Your New Years Resolutions

We all have been there, it’s January 1st and you have a list full of things that this year you really will accomplish. Since it’s the first week you take the step, pay that gym subscription, buy healthy groceries, but after a couple of weeks you are back into your old habits. Sounds familiar? Today we…
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Staying Healthy During the Holidays

The holidays are a time to share, relax, and overall enjoy. All those dinners, the family gathers, and parties are incredible opportunities to get together and delight with holiday delicacies. Unfortunately, after the holidays pass, some things remain, and those things can be extra pounds in your belly. The average American can gain up to…
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7 Tips for Avoiding Holiday Depression

Holiday season is a time where we anticipate to be surrounded by family, friends, and overall an enjoyble time. Unfortunately, this can be a lot of preasure for some individuals who find all of these external factors overwhelming.According to different studies up to 44% of the population feels preasured/overwhelmed and even deppressed during the holidays.…
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What To Eat Before And After A Workout

What you eat before and after your workout session matters more than you think. Your diet affects your progress in the gym more than you realize. The wrong workout meals will prevent you from losing fat and will delay muscle growth, while the best workout meals will support fat burning and muscle repair and so…
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Emotional Eating: Why It Happens and How to Overcome It

We have all been there; you are getting home after a long day at work, you feel stressed out and tired, and the first thing you do after dropping your shoes is to open the fridge and before you know you are eating a sandwich, a bag of chips, drinking 2 cans of soda and…
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Sugar Detox: How to cut sugar the healthy way

Sometimes, making healthy choices is easy—it doesn’t sound so terrible to take more baths, sleeping more hours, or go on more vacations in the name of wellness, right? But in other cases, like cutting back on sugar, doing what’s good for you can be really tough. Sure, you likely know by now that phasing out…
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Dark Roast Coffee Reduces Risk of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s

Another day another coffee study New research suggests that coffee can protect your brain — and roast matters. A new study out of the Krembil Brain Institute, part of the Krembil Research Institute, suggests there could be more to that morning buzz than a boost in energy and attention. Drinking coffee may also protect you…
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Is Gut Bacteria Making You Old and Sick?

Unfortunately, yes. According to new studies, your gut bacteria may determine your physical appearance as well as your overall health both now as in the future. The importance of your gut bacteria Your gut bacteria are responsible to determine whether you’re thin or fat, or whether you get serious chronic illnesses including heart disease, Alzheimer’s, and…
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5 habits that are slowing down your metabolism.

It is well known that your metabolism is responsible for your weight and physical shape. However, your metabolism has a deeper effect on your body, health, and overall young appearance. Today, we want to address 5 metabolic killers that might be slowing you down, and what to do instead to improve it. 1.- You are…
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