Mind-Body Health Mind-Body Health

During the colder months, curling up by the fire with a hot beverage and a book often sounds better than curling a barbell. Although you may be inclined to reduce or cease your sweat sessions in the winter, your health is counting on you to find the right motivators to keep moving.Read More
Before you reach for a “boring” glass of orange, apple, or grape juice, try some fruit-and-vegetable combinations that not only taste great but will also boost your immune system.Read More
Alzheimer’s disease affects more than 40 million people globally. There is no cure for this disease, but you can help prevent it by adopting healthy habits that promote good brain health. These simple and powerful habits are the foundation of lifestyle medicine.Read More
When you express feelings of gratitude for someone or something, you do more than make yourself and the other person happier. You also create fundamental and positive changes in your brain.Read More
There are many creative ways to cook healthful meals. Learn how to use seven cooking techniques, including one that has been captivating many professional and home cooks in recent times—sous vide. It’s much easier than it sounds and can help you make delicious dishes that are good for you too.Read More
The skin is the largest organ in your body, and even though skin is on your outside, what you put inside your body affects its ability to protect you and look radiant. Feed yourself well and your skin will thank you.Read More
Expressing feelings of gratitude doesn’t just feel good—it offers many valuable benefits for your mind-body health. While it’s easy to be swept away by life’s fast pace, take the time to appreciate the people, things, and experiences that fill you with joy.Read More
Fall and winter, while ushering in beautiful and fun changes in the outdoors, also bring an uptick in cold and flu germs. Help your immune system keep you healthy with these seven home remedies.Read More
The more you rush, do, and multitask, the more you miss out on an important moment: the present. Being mindful in this sacred space in time comes with a host of health benefits.Read More

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