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Yoga is a healthy way to stretch the body, increase flexibility, and practice mindfulness. Many people sweat while practicing yoga, especially if they engage in hot yoga. After a session with the yoga mat, it could become soiled with sweat and oil from the hands and feet. Bacteria thrive in the moist, dark environment of a rolled-up yoga mat.
5 Tips for A Happier You
May 9 2017
Feel healthier, happier and overall better with these tips from Australian health and nutrition vloggers Cam & Nina.
Top 14 Edible Essential Oils
May 7 2018
Since the beginning of human civilization, people have realized the benefits of essential oils. The ancient Egyptians used them during ceremonial celebrations and the mummification process, and throughout history, these oils continued to be highly valued and frequently used as fragrances, given as gifts, and even traded as currency.
The Collagen Connection
April 26 2017
This unheralded protein plays a key role in keeping us together—literally
The most abundant protein in the human body, collagen is also the main component of connective tissue such as tendons, ligaments, cartilage, bone, and blood vessels.
7 Simple and Delicious Protein Powder Recipes
April 26 2018
Protein powder is not just a supplement for shakes or other bodybuilding drinks. This versatile ingredient has a texture that makes it work well for a variety of other recipes. Since it is made from protein instead of grain, protein powder is ideal for crafting keto, low-carb or low-calorie treats. Here are a few great recipes that add protein to a diet while also creating tasty meals and snacks.
Different Types of Cooking Oil
January 11 2018
The right cooking oil can make a difference.
12 Natural Therapies for Migraine Headaches
February 7 2018
Migraines, often experienced as a painful, throbbing headache and sometimes causing nausea and light sensitivity, affect 1 billion people worldwide. Some studies suggest that one in seven people will experience this severe headache at some point in their life—almost one in five women and one in 15 men. In the United States, management of migraine headaches are believed to cost the healthcare system $78 billion dollars annually.
10 Health Benefits of Vitamin C
July 16 2018
Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid or ascorbate, has been one of the most researched vitamins over the last 50 years. A search of the scientific literature reveals that over 53,000 studies have been conducted on vitamin C since 1968. Their findings show that it helps promote a strong immune system as well as cardiovascular, brain, and skin health among many others benefits.
The Top Pre-, Post- and Anytime Workout Supplements
July 13 2018
When choosing which supplements to take, there are two main considerations: 1) will the supplement be effective for my goals? And 2) if yes, when should I take the supplement? With thousands of different supplements out there—and tons of opinions about them—deciding on which supplements to use and when to use them can be a bit overwhelming.
Why Coconut Products are Good for the Paleo Diet
July 12 2018
The Paleo Diet has become very popular recently for several good reasons. The addition of coconut items by itself or in recipes can add to the effectiveness of this type of diet.
A Quick Guide to Ginkgo Biloba
July 11 2018
Extracts made from the leaves of the ginkgo tree are one of most popular herbal products in the world. Most Ginkgo biloba extracts (GBEs) are standardized to contain 24 percent flavonoid glycosides and 6% terpenenoids as this composition represents the most researched form.
Detox and Beautify Your Skin and Hair with Activated Charcoal
July 10 2018
Activated charcoal has numerous benefits for the body. Plus, it can be used to improve the health and beauty of hair and skin.
Health Benefits of Fermented Foods
July 9 2018
Fermenting has been humanity’s way of preserving food for thousands of years. Only in recent years have fermented foods become trendy—and with good reason! Fermented foods have been shown to be good for the gut, improving digestion and absorption of minerals due to the high concentration of probiotics they contain.
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