According to the Harris Poll Happiness Index, a mere 1 in 3 Americans report being “very happy.” More than half say they’re frustrated at or by work. The good news is, small changes in perspective and/or behavior can add up, and practicing gratitude may be at the top of the list of strategies known to boost happiness and life satisfaction.
In this blog are some mindful Ayurveda practices that can help you at this time of the year to stay as balanced as you can in mind, body, and spirit.
This may be a tough pill for many people to swallow. After decades of recommending that men over 50 and women over 60 take a low-dose aspirin to prevent heart attacks and stroke, the ACC and the AHA scrapped that popular prescription recently. Read Dr. Ron’s recommendations here.
Well, here you are: The last kiddo has left home and you’re feeling pretty blue. Maybe you’re worrying all the time. You’re probably a little lonesome (or a lot). You may feel like it, but you are not alone. Read how you can cope.
The holiday season is upon us, and despite our best of intentions, many of us will tack on a few pounds of extra baggage into our bodies. Dr. Ron Sinha discusses seven easy ways to monitor your weight to control (sometimes inadvertent) weight gain.
There are numerous supportive strategies that can help us move through the transition into menopause. And most importantly, this is the time to really get serious about how we want to live the rest of our lives. Today, women may have 30, 40, or 50 years to live beyond the cessation of their menses. Read Dr. Low Dog’s take on natural remedies to make this transition easier.
Sometimes challenges come hand-in-hand with aging, but there are several things you can do to help yourself not just live, but THRIVE. With simple strategies in this blog, your senior years could be the best yet!
All you needed to know about fermentation is captured succinctly in this blog. Come explore why we need to ferment, what can we ferment, what’s in it for our bodies and why it is vital to keep old and valued traditions alive.
Between our country’s devastating opioid epidemic and the side effects associated with over-the-counter (OTC) pain relievers like ibuprofen, it’s not surprising that many of us are looking for other ways to address our pain. Luckily, nature does offer some with safe and gentle alternatives to pharmaceuticals and OTC pain meds. Here are four of my favorite herbs for pain…
In 2017, the FDA officially banned the use of triclosan and 19 other ingredients in antibacterial soaps and antiseptic wipes. However, these compounds can still be found in toothpaste and other personal products and some believe the “alternative” chemicals being used to replace triclosan have just as little evidence for safety. Learn more about this important topic and how you can make healthy alternatives.