Women aged 50-64 are most affected by food addiction, but this can affect anyone at any age. What can we do to avoid food addiction?
If you’re running to escape the stress of life, it could be a healthy behavior or a dependent behavior. But keep it up if you enjoy running.
A healthy weight is a place where someone feels well mentally and physically, is not at risk for disease, and is different for everyone.
Be sure to always read a few articles on a subject relating to nutrition, exercise or wellness before sharing it with others.
Cold showers have many benefits – burning fat, improving depression and memory, and improving circulation and recovery for sore muscles.
Rollercoaster blood sugar changes could contribute to a headache, but consider overall diet, sleep, exercise, and stress as potential causes.
Are you overly stressed with choosing what to eat? Stop creating rules around foods and eat a balanced diet with moderation of all foods.
Coffee has many positive benefits and there’s no need to cut back – unless it’s affecting your anxiety or sleep
The holidays are about who is around you, not what is on the table. Keep your judgements aside in all aspects and enjoy the time off.
Many studies have shown that ultra processed foods like soda, prepackaged sweets and snacks, affect overall mental health.