Find yourself working overtime and wondering why you’re still not finished your project? After all, you’ve got a whole eight hours if you’re an average
Have you ever thought about joining a club that was 36 million members strong in the United States alone? A club that’s grown at least 50% since 2012?
You may not realize it, but if you’ve ever considered trying yoga (which a third of Americans have already done), then that’s you.
Some people are interested in mindfulness and peace of being that yoga promises. Others want to gain flexibility and strength enjoyed by regular yogis. And still others want to mitigate back and joint pain, which yoga has been proven to help.
If you’ve been inside for nearly a month and haven’t mastered cross-stitching, baking sourdough bread, organizing your pantry, learning a language, or doing the splits,
The holidays are rife with opportunities to upset our tummies – especially the older we get. As the gut microbiome ages – and absorbs assault
Fad diets have a bad reputation — for many more reasons than what they can do to your gut’s microbiome.
Lots of them forego essential nutrition for the sake of weight loss. Think about low-carb diets.
Lots of them are obviously ill-advised now, but at one point were taken seriously. Like this fad diet found in Vogue magazine in the 1970s.
2,500 years ago, ancient Romans and Greeks found a leafy plant known as wild mustard – called Brassica oleracea – growing in Europe and the