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Cognitive Behavioral Reframing: Breaking the Cycle of Negative Self-Talk

Negative self-talk can be incredibly damaging to our self-esteem and overall well-being. It’s all too easy to fall into a pattern of criticizing ourselves, labeling ourselves as inadequate, or believing we’re not smart enough. But what if we could change that narrative? In this blog post, we’ll explore the transformative power of positive self-talk and […]

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Thriving Amid Price Surges: 4 Strategies to Stay Well

In the face of rising prices and the challenges of inflation, individuals find themselves grappling not only with financial worries but also with the need to take care of their health. The increasing cost of living poses a significant obstacle, jeopardizing our well-being. In this article, we explore the intricate relationship between inflation and health,

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Exercising Outdoors Boosts Brain Function Says Study

Exercise has long been recognized for its positive effects on cognitive function, but recent research suggests that the environment in which exercise is performed may be equally important. Studies have shown that spending time in natural outdoor environments can enhance cognition to a similar extent as acute exercise. This raises the intriguing question of how

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FAO/WHO Report Emphasizes Safety as Crucial for the Future of Lab Meat

Meat consumption is relished across the world, however, the current state of livestock production and its significant contribution to global greenhouse emissions and unsustainable practices, such as deforestation and animal welfare issues, point towards an imminent shift in the future of meat consumption. Consequently, there is a rising interest in alternative meat sources. The agrifood

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How is Your Sleep? Exploring the Impact of Sleep on Infection Prevention

Sleep Matters   Sleep is crucial to maintaining our health and wellbeing. But for many people, sleep problems such as insomnia can cause significant disruptions to their lives. In addition, lack of sleep can have negative impacts on both our physical and mental health, including increasing the risk of infection. A Study on Sleep Duration

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Nature’s Medicine: The Healing Effects of Being in Nature

“There are two places you need to go to often: The place that heals you and the place that inspires you” How can spending time in nature help tap into our innate capacity for healing and  wellbeing?  According to a recent study published in the Journal of Environmental Psychology, simply watching good quality TV programs

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The Science behind Defining “Junk Food” for Health-Related Policies

Why We Can’t Resist Junk Food?   We all have our favorite snacks and treats that we just can’t resist. Junk food is a staple in many people’s diets, and it’s easy to understand why. Junk food makes up 15% of all calories consumed in the United States, and it’s no secret that many of

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The Plant-Based Revolution: How a Growing Movement is Changing the Way We Eat

A Growing Trend   Whether it’s because of the Covid-19 pandemic,  “Meatless Mondays”  or the Game Changers movie, which is presented by Arnold Schwarzenegger and others; there is growing enthusiasm for plant-based diets. Many are trying to adopt this “no dairy, no meat” approach for the possible health benefits or for a more ethical sustainable lifestyle. More Than

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Vitamin D: Top Health Benefits and Sources of This Important Nutrient

Vitamin D nicknamed the “sunshine vitamin” due to its ability to be absorbed by the body through sunlight is a major player in keeping the human body healthy. Vitamin D is a fat soluble vitamin which controls the adequate utilization of calcium and phosphorous in the body. Its main job, is to promote calcium absorption,

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Mastering Change: Minimizing Resistance for Successful Health Transformations

  “Faced with the choice between changing one’s mind and proving that there is no need to do so, almost everyone gets busy on the proof.” John Kenneth Galbraith   “I can’t stand work-outs” shouted Linda at her Doctor. We all know of someone who struggles with making health changes; even when necessary? “What happened?”

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