Positive lifestyle changes—meditation, stress reduction, good sleep, a balanced diet, moderate exercise—have a beneficial effect all the way down to the genetic level. For this New Year, try these lifestyle changes that are not only good for you, but good for your genetic future.
Thanks to a growing body of genetic research, we now know that genes are not our destiny. While we can’t alter the structure of our genes or the sequence of our DNA, we can influence the activity of our genes to create good health and well-being. Here are six of the most important steps you can take to become the author of your biological destiny.
Fatigue is a lack of energy, motivation, and/or concentration. The first step in reducing fatigue is to realize that it is your body, mind, and spirit’s way of telling you that something is out of balance.
Do you experience pain and/or other symptoms from knee osteoarthritis and want to manage them without surgery? Here are four non-surgical options that can help manage the pain and slow the progression of knee osteoarthritis—and even help prevent it from developing in the first place.
One of the most rejuvenative formulations in Ayurveda is triphala, an herb that can help maintain the health of your mind and body.