Did you find yourself dreading the holidays? Do you fight off depression during the winter months when it can be dark, cold, grey, dreary – and stressful? The good news is that by choosing the right foods, you can eat your way into a better mood. “Mood foods” increase your levels of serotonin, a neurotransmitter found naturally in the brain, bowels, and blood platelets. Serotonin, among other things, contributes to feelings of happiness, relaxation, and general well-being.
An average American uses nine personal care products daily. These contain approximately 126 unique chemical ingredients that are linked to hormone imbalances, cancer, neurological problems, and other serious health effects. What did you put on your skin today?
Last week we discussed dehydration and how crucial water intake can be for your health. We started with five tips to maximize the benefits of drinking water - here are five additional tips to urge you to increase your water intake for your health.