Dark Chocolate May Boost Brain Function, Immunity, And Mood
Two small studies may provide more evidence for dark chocolate’s health benefits. And at reasonable doses. Source: Dark Chocolate May Boost Brain Function, Immunity, And Read more
Intake of Raw Fruits and Vegetables Is Associated With Better Mental Health Than Intake of Processed Fruits and Vegetables
Higher intakes of fruits and vegetables, rich in micronutrients, have been associated with better mental health. However, cooking or processing may reduce the availability of these Read more
The Paradox of Behavior Change
Like your body, there are many forces and feedback loops that moderate the particular equilibrium of your habits. Your daily routines are governed by the delicate balance between your environment, your genetic potential, your tracking methods, and many other forces. As time goes on, this equilibrium becomes so normal that it becomes invisible. All of... Read more Read more
The Food That Helps Battle Depression
The right kind of diet may give the brain more of what it needs to avoid depression, or even to treat it once it’s begun. Source: The Food That Helps Battle Read more
15 Mental Health Habits to Try This World Health Day
This World Health Day, why not try implementing some good habits? Here are a few tips for better mental health and well-being. Source: 15 Mental Health Habits to Try This World Health Read more
How to Find Experienced Mental Health Care Providers for People with Diabetes
A new online directory locates professionals who are trained to work with the specific mental health needs of people with diabetes Source: How to Find Experienced Mental Health Care Read more
A royal tradition will force Meghan Markle to change her diet before her wedding to Prince Harry — here are 8 things an expert on food poisoning says to avoid
Meghan Markle will become part of a royal culinary tradition designed to avoid food poisoning. Meghan Markle is being inducted into a tradition that requires the royal family to avoid eating certain things that could cause food poisoning. Food-poisoning expert Bill Marler has cut certain foods out of his diet after more than two decades... Read more Read more
Am I Hungry? – Eat Mindfully, Live Vibrantly
Am I Hungry?® is a way to think about the hundreds of decisions you make every day that affect your eating, activity, and overall health. Source: Am I Hungry? – Eat Mindfully, Live Read more
Even light exercise can increase men’s lifespan
A study looked at the effects of a few minutes of light physical activity on senior men and found that modest levels of activity may improve Read more
47 Micro-Goals to Keep You Healthy (Without Knowing It)
An exploration of how little things can help you get — and stay — healthy. They say the journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Read more
Many Women With Heart Disease Falling Short on Exercise
Too many women with heart disease aren't heeding exercise guidelines, and that could translate into even more health problems down the road, new research Read on HealthDay News
Even a Little More Exercise Might Help Your Brain Stay Young
Alzheimer's and dementia are not an inevitable part of normal aging, and a little exercise might help keep them at bay, a new study HealthDay News
Harnessing Exercise Games To Help Kids (and Parents!) Lose Weight
  Obese kids may be able to drop weight with the help of an unlikely aid: video games. Special exercise video games helped overweight children drop pounds – and improve their Read more
Muscle Cramps: What Causes Them and What Stops Them
The commonly accepted theory for what causes them includes fluid imbalances; dehydration and not enough electrolytes. However, recent evidence seems to suggest there's more to Read more
Your Circadian Rhythm Might Be Thrown Off By the Time of Day You Eat
    This topic is inspired by an excellent article by Anahad O’Connor, published in the New York Times, July 24th 2018 Summary More research is coming out with the Read more
Drink Enough Water? Even 1% Dehydration Could Be Slowing Your Mental Processes
Athletes have always stressed the importance of proper hydration for optimal physical performance.  Now there’s new evidence emerging that shows that a little dehydration can Read more
Diet and exercise could increase brain blood flow in type 2 diabetes
Eating a healthy diet and getting regular exercise can help prevent poor blood circulation to the brain in people with type 2 Read more
How to Avoid a Life of Misery
This could be an excellent inspiration for coping with the diagnosis of diabetes. Without getting into the details, the core idea of Stoicism is to be aware of what you can and can’t control. Once you have that awareness, you can avoid misery by changing what you can control and letting go of what you... Read more Read more