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Beat the Winter Blues

How to Beat the Winter Blues: Top Seasonal Depression Tips

January 11, 2019

The holidays are over, and the days have become shorter. The weather is cold, and the amount of sunlight we receive daily is short-lived. Instead, the dark nights of winter take hold, and for many, this can make many people feel blue. Also known as the “winter blues,” the shorter days and lack of sunlight…

Bioidentical Hormones: Easing the Menopause Transition

January 7, 2019

For years, women have struggled with the changes that come along with menopause. From hot flashes to mood swings, this transitional period in a woman’s life can be quite challenging. A lot is known about the physical symptoms of menopause and their underlying hormonal physiology; however, a less widely researched topic is the effect menopause…

What is Your Fitness Age?

January 4, 2019

Walk into any gym today and you’ll find a wide array of people, all of whom have their own reasons for being there. From vanity to stress-relief, achieving personal goals or gaining a competitive edge, people choose to exercise due to a whole host of different motivators. And many times, people believe that no matter…

Adaptogenic Herbs

Want Increased Energy and Better Health? Discover the Benefits of Adaptogenic Herbs

December 26, 2018

While stress is a normal part of life, with the holiday season under wraps, many of us are still reeling from the weight of the holidays. However, stressors are everywhere. They can come in the form of your neighbor’s dog insentiently barking, rush hour traffic, being late, and from life in general. While some may…

Low Carb Diet Tips for the Holiday Season

December 24, 2018

In this day and age, if there is one thing there is no shortage of, its diets. It seems like every time you turn around there’s a new weight-loss “secret”; however, one diet that has stood the test of time is low-carbohydrate. At a recent meeting of the Obesity Society, Dr. David Ludwig of Boston…

The Importance of Food Quality

The Food You Eat: The Importance of Food Quality

December 22, 2018

It’s common for a person to think if they watch what they eat they can stay healthy. However, while this is true, it goes much deeper than that. Many people don’t take into account the importance of food quality. While eating ‘healthy’ foods are important, it is also wise to consider the quality of the…

Why You Shouldn’t Drink Coffee First Thing

Hold Off On That Cup of Joe: Why You Shouldn’t Drink Coffee First Thing in the Morning

December 12, 2018

For many people having a cup of coffee first thing in the morning is something they can’t live without, so having a cup of coffee when you first wake up becomes an ingrained routine. Some feel like they can’t get their day started until they have a cup of joe and who can blame them?…

Healthy Winter Skin

Top Tips for Healthy Winter Skin

December 8, 2018

We’ve finally reached the end of the year, and for many, this time of the year can get cold, and we often see our fair share of wintery weather. Unfortunately, despite the beauty of the season, winter comes with some setbacks. Besides the dreaded act of shoveling and trying to get around safely during the…

Winter Self-Care Tips

Nourish Your Body with These Helpful Winter Self-Care Tips

November 28, 2018

Love it or hate it, here in New York we experience the winter season, sometimes in full force. Winter is the one time out of the year that many have problems trying to find the positive aspects of the season. While the snow can be beautiful, the idea of digging your car out of the…

Heart Health Benefits of Eating Cheese

November 26, 2018

It’s often easy to associate cheese with other indulgent foods that are not particularly healthy. However, when eaten in moderation alongside a balanced diet, many cheese varieties actually offer distinct health benefits like improving bone health and building muscle. Now, studies have revealed another reason to keep cheese in your diet: it is linked to…

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