mental health

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How constantly being busy affects our mental and physical health.

if you live on planet earth, you know that life can be stressful. No matter how much you know about health, nutrition and meditation, there are days when isn’t enough time to exercise or prepare the healthy food you know will help you maintain your health. But what happens when being busy becomes part of our identity? What happens when we don’t know how NOT to be too busy anymore?

The link between gut bacteria and mood

There more bacteria cells in our bodies that human cells, I know the idea of having trillions of bacteria paired with viruses and fungi inside our bodies is not so sexy, but it is important to understand that not all bacteria are bad; Bacteria can be harmful, but some species of bacteria are needed to keep us healthy.

Tips to cope with holiday stress and overeating

Finding a balance between eating healthy and having your favourites homemade Christmas cookies can be a real challenge, especially if you spend too much time indoors with mostly unhealthy foods around you.

The scale trap

In this article, we will find out why the number on the scale is only a piece of information and not a real measure of your overall health or if you are gaining or losing weight.

Let’s talk about PMS!

Sadly most women grow up believing that having PMS is a normal part of being female. Still, PMS is common but NOT normal.

Are you eating plastic?

The average person eats about 5 grams of plastic per week almost the amount found in one credit card. The question is not if but how much plastic you eat.

Coffee nap?

Most of us associate caffeine with feeling awake or getting an energy boost right? So the idea of a coffee nap may sound crazy to you as it was for me but, it seems that drinking a cup of coffee about 20 minutes before taking a nap it’s more effective than drinking a cup of coffee or taking a nap alone.

Know your fats

Fat has been given a bad reputation, but like protein and carbohydrates, fat is an essential nutrient that must be part of your diet. Fats are essential for supporting immune function, maintaining healthy skin and hair, and absorbing fat-soluble vitamins (A, D, E, and K); fats are also essential for optimal brain functions and help …

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