Sit up straight.
Roll your shoulders back. Tuck in your chin and draw your head back.
There, now isn’t that better?
You know the feeling – when your throat and neck constrict, it can feel like you just swallowed an entire slice of cake whole. For some
The internet is saturated with advice on how to manicure your body and finetune it like a microchip — washboard abs, Madonna arms, digestive purges, leg day, chest day, back sculpting, squat thrusts, etc.
In the noise, you may find yourself confused about where to start and what’s important.
The truth is, being active and healthy is a lifestyle. That means it should be a part of your behavior all day, every day.
Onism: The name given to the feeling of realizing how little of the world we’ll each get to experience. Anemoia: The name given to the
If you’ve ever felt your stomach twist into knots and recognized you felt nervous, congratulations. You’re human!
Now that science is getting wise to the brain-gut connection, we’re realizing that we’ve been intuitively paying attention to the subtle signal of the gut for much longer than we knew. But for much of history, we’ve written off gut reactions as illogical, sensitive, and generally unsubstantiated.
Turns out, there are actual, scientific reasons for these sensations that we’ve long assumed to be emotional.
Aside from commercials featuring grandparents and their preferred fibrous cereal brands, it’s possible that the American public school system may have neglected their duty to fiber education.
However, since we need roughly 20 to 35 grams of it daily…
And it pretty much facilitates the ease of bowel movements and the second two phases of digestion…
We think it’s pretty important.
Let’s break down fiber with eight fast facts.