Mind & Body

10 MAY 2017

Binge Eating At Night? Here’s How To Stop

Do you get to the end of a “good” day with food and it all seems to go downhill after dinner? I’ve been there. I’d try SO hard to be good and conscious of what I was eating during the day and then all hell seemed to break loose at night. No matter what I […]

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21 APRIL 2017

Anxiety: Are Nutritional Deficiencies a Common Cause?

As big-brained hominids, humans have the unique ability to think about the future. The very fact that we can perceive and plan for the time ahead has allowed us to conquer the earth, but it comes with a downside: anxiety. If extreme rumination on past events characterizes depression, worrying about imagined future scenarios describes anxiety. […]

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17 APRIL 2017

Scientists Just Discovered How Slow Breathing Calms the Mind and Body

Slow, deep breathing has remarkable effects on both the mind and body. When done right, almost anyone can gain relief from stress and anxiety in as little as a few minutes. It’s one of the simplest and most accessible forms of relaxation, yet little has been known about how the simple act of breathing induces […]

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27 JANUARY 2017

What Is Yoga, Really?

Why now, more than ever, is yoga considered cool and hip? Why now, more than ever, is it so popular? Is it because the level of consciousness is rising and more people desire and seek a deeper connection in their lives?

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18 JANUARY 2017

Poor Sleep May Worsen Heart Woes in Women, Study Finds

Poor sleep appears to contribute to the progression of heart disease in women by raising their inflammation levels, but this effect was not seen in men, researchers say.

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16 JANUARY 2017

The Mindful Remedy for Food Addiction

The more you choose to respect yourself, the easier that choice becomes over time.

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23 DECEMBER 2016

Stop the Food Fight! How to Keep the Peace Between You and Food This Holiday

It’s the season of eating — and there’s lots to love. Too much, perhaps. We tend to think of holiday eating as having an on/off switch: Either we’re going to be really good this year and not eat anything “bad,” or we’re going to just succumb and eat nonstop, and then live to regret it.

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21 DECEMBER 2016

Find Your Own Way

As they say in Tibet, if you take care of the minutes, the years will take care of themselves.

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14 DECEMBER 2016

When it comes to fitness, size doesn’t matter

Most people think that you can tell if someone’s fit, active and healthy just by looking at them. It’s not true. Fit, healthy people come in all sizes and shapes, Helen Vanderburg says.

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26 OCTOBER 2016

Stress Can Encourage Good Habits Too

Although stress can motivate some people to overeat or go on a shopping spree, it can also encourage them to stick to their good habits, such as eating healthily and exercising, according to a new study.

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