Dr. Richa Mittal provides on overview about how certain foods affect our gut bacteria and our metabolism.
Today, I am talking gratitude. I usually write about health and wellness related sujects, so why am I talking about this? Beyond the fact that we are celebrating Thanksgiving this week, there is another reason…
Being thankful… expressing gratitude and focusing on the positive things in our life actually has effects on our mental well-being and our physical health as well.
10 Ways to get started with Gratitude
In the upcoming new year, many of us will be setting goals for our health and then a few weeks in (or months for those who are extra diligent)... we might slip back into old habits. Why does this happen? Does this mean we are not capable of making sustainable changes?
Of course not.
What it means is we need to be realistic, be patient with ourselves, and be intentional in creating a plan- not just making a list of resolutions!
Here are some health tips from someone (me) who works with people making lifestyle changes for better health daily!
As part of October's Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Dr. Mittal discusses the link between nutrition, excess weight and breast cancer. She also discusses what foods we can include in our diet to reduce our risk.
The month of October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. After skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common cancer and 1 in 8 women will be affected by it.
Is there a link between nutrition, excess weight, and breast cancer? Let’s take a look.
Have you been hearing about fasting? I’m sure you have unless you have been a hermit for the past few years! Have you been curious to try it but wanting more guidance on how to do it? There is a program I want to tell you about.
Today I lead you through how to prepare this flavorful quick meal that is full of plant fiber, protein and good for those following a low carb, Mediterranean lifestyle.
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