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Your Healthy Back to School Survival Guide Has Arrived!

Your Healthy Back to School Survival Guide Has Arrived!

Think about everything you are preparing for as a new school year is starting. Did you check what products you have available to keep you focused and looking your best from the inside, out? Here is your healthy back to school survival guide!

How Yoga and Meditation Improve Brain Function and Energy Levels

How Yoga and Meditation Improve Brain Function and Energy Levels

Photo by Jared Rice on Unsplash Yoga is an ancient practice that has become very popular today as a retreat from hectic schedules and chronic stress. It touts numerous benefits, both mental and physical. A new study out of the University of Waterloo has found […]

3 Lifestyle Changes that May Stave off Dementia

3 Lifestyle Changes that May Stave off Dementia

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine released a report in June 2017 that says there is evidence that three interventions may slow cognitive decline and the onset of dementia, though much more testing is needed. What is Dementia? According to the Alzheimer’s Association, […]

New Study: Krill Oil for Cognitive Processes for US Army

New Study: Krill Oil for Cognitive Processes for US Army

A new study, conducted by the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) entitled, “The Ranger Resilience and Improved Performance of phospholipid bound Omega-3s” (RRIPP-3), will determine if omega-3 supplementation, Krill Oil, can improve cognitive processes in high-performing warfighters from the US Army. The trial started […]

Brain’s Blood Flow: Significant Decreases when Older Adults Stop Exercising

Brain’s Blood Flow: Significant Decreases when Older Adults Stop Exercising

It’s no secret that even being moderately physically active can benefit your overall health, wellness and fitness and may reduce your risk for numerous chronic and preventable diseases. But what happens if you are a fit and active older adult and decide to stop exercising? […]

Middle-aged? Being Overweight or Obese May Age Your Brain 10 Years

Middle-aged? Being Overweight or Obese May Age Your Brain 10 Years

A new study published in the journal Neurobiology of Aging from the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Cambridge reveals that middle-aged adults who were overweight had reduced white matter volume in the brain, which, researchers say, represents around a decade of brain aging. […]