Avoid These Three Ingredients in Your Hair Products
Many well-known cosmetic brands and hair products may contain harmful additives. The long-term effects can cause dryness, hormone imbalances, skin sensitivity, and increased cancer risk.
Protect Your Skin From Sun Damage
Ultraviolet rays from the sun can cause sunburn, premature aging and skin cancer. We know we need sunscreen for the beach, but we should consider using it every day to protect ourselves.
Pre-planning meals is one of the best strategies to maintain a healthy diet, save time, save money, and reduce stress. Take some time each week to reap the many benefits of meal-prepping.
New Breast Cancer Screening Guidelines
The rate of breast cancer among women ages 40 to 49 is on the rise.
"Epidemic of Loneliness" - New Surgeon General Advisory
According to the surgeon general, loneliness and isolation are linked to various mental and physical health problems. He suggests a “National Strategy To Advance Social Connection.” See the advisory here.
DIY Protein Bars
Protein bars are promoted as healthy snacks, but many are high in sugar and calories, not to mention how costly they are. One solution is to make them yourself. You can control the ingredients and tailor them to your specific goals.
Reduce The Risk of Heart Disease
You can get omega-3 fatty acids from various sources, including nuts, seeds, and fatty fish. Some of the best are salmon, herring, sardines, anchovies, and tuna. Some studies show that adding these to our diet can reduce the risk of heart disease by a third or more.
Onions: Many Layers of Wellness
Onions are good for more than making us cry. The organic sulfur compounds in onions are linked to various health benefits, so those tears may be worth it.
End Late-Night Snacking For Good
Some research shows that late-night snackers can consume up to 40% of their daily caloric intake after dinner! If you want to end late night snacking for good, here are 6 valuable tips.
5 Ways to Maintain Eye Vision
We use our eyes in everything we do, yet we often take our vision for granted. In our thirties, our vision declines. Here here are five simple steps to protect our vision as we age.