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Aging / General Health

  • Get Stronger, Build Muscle and Benefit from More Rest Time

    As we age, we are fighting against natural degradation of connective tissue, joint health, and muscle mass. Living a sedentary life will dramatically increase the rate of breakdown while increasing your risk for injury. The best way to halt age-related breakdown is to focus on building functional strength and lean muscle tissue through a resistance training program. View Post
  • Digestion 360 Keeps Gut Health In Balance

    Letʼs talk about gut health. Gut health is like the control center for everything else that goes on inside our bodies. When your gut becomes overpopulated with unhelpful organisms, the entire eco-system of your body is shifted out of balance. Without good gut health, we can have SO many other issues arise. View Post
  • Healthy Classic Vintage Breakfast Dishes

    Looking for something new to try for breakfast? If your breakfast typically consists of oatmeal with fruit, cereal with milk, or eggs alongside some avocado, chances are you are bored and ready for a break. View Post
  • Healthy Additions To Pasta

    If you’re a pasta lover and simply can’t get enough of the stuff, chances are good you’re on the lookout for what you can add to pasta to make it even healthier. While pasta itself isn’t an unhealthy food, it’s not reall View Post
  • Brain Exercises You Should Do at Every Age

    The general idea about brain health is that it declines as you age. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Multiple studies are finding that physical age doesn’t have to determine your brain age. View Post
  • Revivify: Boosting Your Immune System and Metabolism

    It's no surprise that I depend on supplements to help me daily. I've been very impressed with Life Sprout Bioceutical's supplements due to their natural approach yet affordable items. Yes, this is an ad, yet how else would you (and I) find out about these great products that aren't at my local store? View Post
  • Are You Getting Enough Vitamin A? 5 Signs of a Vitamin A Deficiency

    Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin that is stored in the liver, unlike a water-soluble vitamin like B12, which is excreted when excess levels are taken. Vitamin A gets a lot of credit for maintaining proper eye health, but it’s also necessary for your skin and lungs. View Post
  • 10 Unexpected Causes of Fatigue

    Have you noticed that you’re feeling more tired than usual over the last few days, weeks, or even months? Feeling a little tired occasionally is normal, but when you feel extreme tiredness that occurs seemingly out of nowhere, there may be an underlying problem.  View Post