Instead of despairing over midlife, figure out where you want to go.
Dry January, Sober Spring, Dry July, Sober September – these seasonal holidays are gaining popularity as individuals choose to abstain from alcohol on a short-term or longer-term basis.
Nothing positions you better to be most effective every day than a good night’s sleep. If insomnia is impacting you in midlife, you may want to try valerian root.
If you’re interested in gaining the benefits of soy foods or are looking to add more plant-based proteins to your meal plan, consider adding Tempeh to your next grocery list.
Looking to get a leg up in your workouts, maximizing their effectiveness and ramping up your fitness level? Research suggests these supplements may make a difference in our workout routine.
Do you experience joint pain during or after your HIIT workouts? It can be frustrating when you want to push yourself to run that extra mile or do the unmodified versions of a jump lunge, but your knees start talking to you. If this sounds all too familiar, you could consider trying Kinesio tape to give those aching areas some extra support.
Just when you thought you knew everything there was to know about vegetables, there’s one more layer to peel back! A 20-year study of more than 13,000 women found that those who eat the most veggies, including cruciferous options (think broccoli, cauliflower, Brussel sprouts) and leafy greens (think spinach, kale, collards, lettuce), had a slower cognitive decline than women consuming the least amount.
Whether you’re a fan or have never seen the show, you’ve probably heard Ted’s message that the happiest animal in the world is a goldfish because it has a 10-second memory.
Zucchini is fresh and readily available at this time of year! Annette Maggi, MS, RD, LD, FAND and Chief Science Officer at b-untethered shares this new fav recipe that she’s using with all the zucchini she gets from her CSA. Make a batch or two and enjoy for breakfast topped with eggs, at lunch or dinner as a side to a grilled protein, or plain as a snack.
A new study published this month in JAMA Internal Medicine found that individuals who practiced time-restricted eating (TRE) but consumed all their calories earlier in the day lost more weight than those who also practiced TRE but ate later into the day.