The C-19 Lockdown has made the Average American Fatter!

The C-19 Lockdown has made the Average American Fatter!

A new polls revealed that the average American has put on about 5 lbs during the C-19 coronavirus lockdown. The major contributing factors include increased alcohol consumption, eating processed carbohydrates like baked goods and pasta, and lack of exercise. The survey, conducted by OnePoll for supplement company Naked Nutrition, included over 2,000 Americans who were […]

Online Courses to Brush Up on Your Wine and Dance Skills Before Traveling…and

Online Courses to Brush Up on Your Wine and Dance Skills Before Traveling…and

You can still go to Graduate School! Since the C-19 coronavirus chaos began derailing travel plans, people have been spending more time finding ways to satisfy their curiosity and interests from home. Every day there are more livestreams and videos available that let us experience new places and things without leaving home, the virtual travel sites are listed […]

The Majority of C-19 Patients Have More Than 1 co-Momorbidity

The Majority of  C-19 Patients Have More Than 1 co-Momorbidity

CDC provisional COVID-19 death counts revised downward to 37,308 on 1 May 2020.https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/vsrr/covid19/index.htm While obesity may top the list of co-Morbidities, underlying conditions that make C-19 worse, investigations reveal most C-19 coronavirus patients have more than 1 underlying health issue. A study looking at 5,700 New York City patients found 88% had more than 1 co-Morbidity. Only 6.3% […]

Fresh Air, Sunshine, Walk in the Woods Improve Our Immune System

Fresh Air, Sunshine, Walk in the Woods Improve Our Immune System

Fresh air and sunshine improves our mood, but spending time in the woods boosts your natural killer cells, if there are no woods around, go to a green space, breathe and… Develop the Habits that Support Your Immune System Developing healthy habits is important to support your immune system, reduce the potential for viral infections […]

Naples, Italy: The Pizza Ovens are Fired Up, Pizzerias are Open after 8 wks of Lockdown

Naples, Italy: The Pizza Ovens are Fired Up, Pizzerias are Open after 8 wks of Lockdown

“Wood is burning again in Naples” The city’s pizza ovens are up and hot, giving a savory boost to Neapolitans after 2 months of lockdown meant a temporary end to their iconic favorite food. Pizzerias reopened Monday night in the birthplace of pizza but for home delivery only. Whereas pizzerias in Rome and elsewhere were […]

Start Growing Your Own Food

Start Growing Your Own Food

“Growing your own Organic food is like printing your own money“– Chef David Slay, Slay’s Restaurants, Stanton California The #1 rule for growing nutrient dense food is healthy soil. Protect it by diversifying your plants, avoiding tilling and by covering the surface with cover crops or mulch Quality seeds are essential. In small spaces you […]

White House ‘Health Czar’ Vastly Overestimated the Virus Death Toll

White House ‘Health Czar’ Vastly Overestimated the Virus Death Toll

By 17 March 2020, COVID-19 coronavirus triggered mass hysteria in the United States. Countries around the world, including the US quarantined, closed borders, implemented curfews and recommended or enforced isolation of the populations. Here is the list of Shelter in Place orders in the US to date The Big Q: Are people infected, are people […]

Men Over 50 Should Avoid These Foods

Men Over 50 Should Avoid These Foods

For men over 50 anni, the foods they eat could play a huge role in reducing this health risk, according to experts. So, the older men get the risk for heart disease, diabetes, and other chronic diseases increases, and some foods should be avoided. Here are some of recommendations of the foods to avoid, as […]

The Coronavirus has Not Put America’s Food Supply at Risk

The Coronavirus has Not Put America’s Food Supply at Risk

The United States is a land of plenty even in the chaos of the coronavirus, US federal health officials said last Thursday. State-by-State lockdowns may have created a rush on some items in grocery stores, but the food supply chains remain strong and shelves should soon be restocked, according to Frank Yiannas, deputy commissioner for […]

Wearing a Mask Cuts Virus Transmission

Wearing a Mask Cuts Virus Transmission

In Y 2012, researchers from the University of Michigan noted a need to establish the efficacy of non pharmaceutical measures for mitigating pandemics, in this case, influenza. They studied whether the use of face masks and hand hygiene reduced rates of influenza and influenza-like illness (ILI) in 1,178 students living in university residence halls. The students were assigned […]

World’s Best Chefs Serve Up Awareness of the Doomed State of the Food Service Industry

World’s Best Chefs Serve Up Awareness of the Doomed State of the Food Service Industry

Today, as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the world’s best Chefs are focused on serving up awareness about the doomed state of the food service industry. Good work, yes!, but that activism on Top of the $2.2-T aid/relief package will likely not be enough.  “I expect 70% of restaurants will close as a result […]

Have We Have Seen ‘The Golden Age’ of Restaurants?

Have We Have Seen ‘The Golden Age’ of Restaurants?

In “Burn the Ice: The American Culinary Revolution and Its End” (Penguin Press, 384 pgs, $28) a new book by James Beard Award-winning food journalist Kevin Alexander, the thesis is that due to an confluence of factors: saturated restaurant markets, rising labor and food costs, weak sales, changing consumer tastes and loyalties, a shrinking middle class, declines […]

CDC: “Currently there is no evidence to support the transmission of COVID-19 associated with food.”

CDC: “Currently there is no evidence to support the transmission of COVID-19 associated with food.”

The COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak makes it more important than ever to keep our immune systems strong by eating clean, antioxidant rich real foods such as fruits and vegetables. But according to research conducted by the Environmental Working Group (EWG), nearly 70% of the fresh produce sold in the US contains potentially harmful chemical pesticides. “Although […]

It is Not What We Eat, But When We Eat

It is Not What We Eat, But When We Eat

It is Key to not only pay attention to what we eat, but when we eat. Over the years experts have made many dietary recommendations, including eating 3 full meals a day, grazing throughout the day, eating a high-protein snack at night and following a low-fat diet. Despite their recommendations, the number of overweight and […]

Portugal is Famous for Great Food!

Portugal is Famous for Great Food!

Portugal may have introduced hot chiles to Asia, tea to England, and tempura to Japan, but the country’s cuisine still remains a mystery to most food lovers outside of its borders. Only custard tarts, the ubiquitous pastéis de nata have broken into the larger food-obsessed culture. The roots of Portuguese food lie in both native peasant cookery and […]

Junk Food Addiction is Real

Junk Food Addiction is Real

Processed junk food destroys people’s metabolism and promotes obesity through a variety of mechanisms. Among them is the way these kinds of foods affect their appetite control. Several studies have also demonstrated that processed foods are addictive. The human body is designed to naturally regulate how much we eat and the energy we burn. Food […]

ROSIE, the New and Trendy Brasserie in the Bastille Area

ROSIE, the New and Trendy Brasserie in the Bastille Area

Brasserie Rosie has opened in Paris 11th arrondissement, a stone’s throw from the Place de la Bastille. On the menu find traditional brasserie dishes provided for a very reasonable price and paired with vintage wines and delicious cocktails. On 53 rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine used to stand an Irish pub, and now stands brasserie Rosie all pink and blue. […]

Italy’s Liguria Region, a Trip to the Italian Riviera

Italy’s Liguria Region, a Trip to the Italian Riviera

Brightly painted houses hanging off of cliffs that jut from the sea, the scent of basil, glamorous seaside resorts, and boats bobbing around small coves, this is Liguria. Nestled between Tuscany and Piedmont, this region, known as the Italian Riviera, is worth visiting if you love beautiful scenery, good food and wine, and La Dolce Vita. The […]

Social Media and Your Eating Habits

Social Media and Your Eating Habits

For better or worse, your social media friends might be influencing your eating habits, British researchers report. They asked nearly 400 college students to estimate how much fruit, veggies, snacks, and sugary drinks their Facebook friends ate each day. Those participants who believed their social media buddies ate the recommended 5 daily portions of fruits […]

The Key Foods that Fuel the Brain

The Key Foods that Fuel the Brain

In 1/10,000 of a sec, the brain can respond to input and generate an action. Although it accounts for only about 3% of our body weight, it uses 30% of the blood your heart pumps and burns 300 calories daily. Plus, it takes your whole brain to make sense of what is being said. While […]

When in Paris, the Dos, the Don’ts

When in Paris, the Dos, the Don’ts

Paris’s seductive charms are legendary; inviting sidewalk cafes, gleaming boutiques, world-class museums, lots things to do, and its fabled food and restaurant scene make Paris the model of cities, beautiful, fashionable, confident, and inspiring envy at every turn. But to enjoy it you must learn how to avoid the Top 10 mistakes 1st-timers make in the […]

Never Eat This Food on a Plane

Never Eat This Food on a Plane

Imagine being on a plane and everyone decides to take their shoes off at the same time. That stench is Durian. If you’re not familiar with the spiky Southeast Asian fruit. Although it’s not illegal to bring Durian on board, so long as it’s properly wrapped, leave it at home lest you want a revolt onboard. Travelers have some […]

Eating “Fast” Food Leads to Poor Nutrition

Eating “Fast” Food Leads to Poor Nutrition

You may be stopping at a fast-food joint or sitting down to eat in a full-service restaurant, and you should know that you may fill up but without much nutritional value, a new study suggests. The researchers found that 70% of fast-food meals consumed in the United States were of poor nutritional value. For full-service […]

Different Diets for Different People

Different Diets for Different People

On low-carb diets, meat and cheese are OK. On low-fat diets, fruit and oatmeal are fine. And with the latest diet trend, no foods at all are allowed for long stretches of time. A diet that forbids eating for hours on end might seem doomed in a culture where food is constantly available, but apps […]

When in Paris These are the Things ‘Not’ to Do

When in Paris These are the Things ‘Not’ to Do

As one enters the French capital, a wave of excitement and enthusiasm drives us to experience it all as soon as we can. With elements of romance and extravagance weaved into the cafés and bars that line the Seine and the city’s elegant tree lined boulevards, the sophisticated capital is one of the world’s greatest […]

Some Ways to Live Better Longer

Some Ways to Live Better Longer

Youthfulness, vitality and a long, prosperous life have been sought all throughout human history. Now, scientists, it seems may have discovered 1 of the Keys to turning back the hands of time. Researchers from Arizona State University and Texas A&M University have made a breakthrough discovery in plant DNA that could lead to stopping cancer […]

US Factory Output Rebounds

US Factory Output Rebounds

$GM, $USO US factory production rebounded by more than forecast in November and rose excluding a surge in auto production following the end of the General Motors (NYSE:GM) strike, in a sign of stabilization in manufacturing. The 1.1% increase in manufacturing output, the biggest gain since early 2018, followed a 0.7% decrease in October, Federal Reserve […]

Processed Food Increase Risk for Type 2 Diabetes

Processed Food Increase Risk for Type 2 Diabetes

Store-bought chicken nuggets, jelly donuts and energy bars may taste delicious. But a large, new study warns that the more of these and other highly processed foods you consume, the greater your risk for type 2 diabetes. Every 10% increase in the amount of “ultra-processed” food translated into a 15% increase in the risk for […]

Two Key Stock Analyst’s Special Research Reports

Two Key Stock Analyst’s Special Research Reports

$SBUX, $MCD, $DPZ, $QSR, $CCS, $LEN, $BZH, $TMHC Daily HeffX-LTN reviews dozens of  the Street’s Key analysts research reports to ID new trading and investing ideas for HeffX-LTN readers. Some reports cover stocks to buy, and others cover stocks to sell or avoid. Below are the special Y 2020 reports from 2 Key analysts outlooks for the New Year, as follows: RBC Capital Markets issued new […]

BPA in People’s Bodies is Much Higher than Thought, Steer Clear of Food Products in Plastic Containers

BPA in People’s Bodies is Much Higher than Thought, Steer Clear of Food Products in Plastic Containers

Levels of the widely used chemical bisphenol A (BPA) in people’s bodies are much higher than thought, according to scientists who say they’ve created a more accurate way to measure them. BPA is used in many plastic products, including food and drink containers, and animal studies have shown that it can interfere with hormones. Exposure […]

We Can Train Our Brain to do Just About Anything, So Do Not Forget to Exercise, Take the Test!

We Can Train Our Brain to do Just About Anything, So Do Not Forget to Exercise, Take the Test!

 You cannot exercise away a poor diet, you must eat Real food too! This is important, check it out! Results from a new study, shared in the video above demonstrates the importance of exercise and movement to your health. Exercise may be one of the best preventive strategies against common chronic ailments, including heart disease […]

New Year’s Resolution: Eat REAL Food

New Year’s Resolution: Eat REAL Food

More Than Half of All Americans Are Chronically Ill The cost of health care in the US has increased over the past year accounting for 17% of GDP. But even though the US spends more than $3-T on health care each year, it is the worst performing system ranked by multiple aspects of healthcare. The […]

Drink Good Water Cold!

Drink Good Water Cold!

70% of the Earth is water, 60% of our body is water, and water along with sleep is another thing we take for granted. Drinking water is 1 of the easiest ways to speed up digestion, burn calories, and improve metabolism. The recommended minimum is 8 glasses a day, but drinking more definitely does not […]

80 is the New 60: Staying Healthy in an Aging World

80 is the New 60: Staying Healthy in an Aging World

Globally, aging populations are posing big challenges for healthcare systems; together, new technology and old techniques offer the opportunity to manage them. The new challenge for the 21st Century The Big Q: Can we live better? The Big A: Yes! The booming population of older adults is a testament to the incredible developments in science and technology […]

Seeing Italy Sans the Crowds

Seeing Italy Sans the Crowds

Italy is a super place with super places to visit. There are bits of an ancient empire in Rome, idelic Venetian canals, and Renaissance art in Milan, Rome and Florence. But if you wish to discover The Italy you will not find in a tourist guidebook, you will have to go off the beaten path behind. […]

Prevent Holiday Weight Gain

Prevent Holiday Weight Gain

From Halloween through New Year’s, holiday weight gain affects people the world over and, according to a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, it can happen with any major holiday, not just the Winter ones. As you may know, it is a lot harder to lose that weight than to put it on. […]

We are what we eat, so…

We are what we eat, so…

We are what we eat, so what healthy eating habits are worth keeping? These eating habits are so good you may want to replace any fad diet or unsustainable diet with them, as follows: Eat smaller portions. Overeating, or eating larger portions, is an easy habit to get into. There are a few hacks to […]

Spain’s COSTA De La LUZ

Spain’s COSTA De La LUZ

The Sun-bleached towns and wide beaches of the Costa de la Luz evoke glamorous, old-world Spain. Moors, Romans, Phoenicians Everywhere is the memory of countless invaders. And then, rounding a neglected corner, you will come upon a smart avenue rammed with people talking in that sociable Andalusian way. During an evening of flamenco in the […]

Updating Bernie Sanders’ Heart Health Issues

Updating Bernie Sanders’ Heart Health Issues

Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders , 78 anni, suffered a heart attack earlier this week, his physicians said Friday, describing his heart health issue in more specific terms than disclosed previously. Friday after Senator Sanders left the hospital, his treating physicians cast the events in a more serious light. “After presenting to an outside facility with […]

Make No Mistake, Fake Meat Is Junk Food, Health is Not Driving the ‘Meat Makeover’

Make No Mistake, Fake Meat Is Junk Food, Health is Not Driving the ‘Meat Makeover’

$BYND Ultra-processed foods typically have 5 or more ingredients, many of which are not commonly found in home kitchens. This describes the Impossible Burger and Beyond Burger, including fake blood processed from genetically engineered yeast to mimic the taste and texture of real beef. The junk food industry has a new product they are offering […]

Very Fine Dining in Northern California

Very Fine Dining in Northern California

Food lovers looking for the best dining around the world turn to the Michelin Guide, the world’s premier ranking of restaurants. And in the USA, California not New York, now holds the most, with its restaurants holding a collective 90 Stars total. Recently, 34 California restaurants were recently awarded Michelin Stars in conjunction with the new release […]

The Food & Wine Culture of Paris

The Food & Wine Culture of Paris

For sure, Paris is 1 of the greatest food cities in the world. There we find the perfect French wine to go with perfect French meal. Below is a look at some of the best Food & Wine pairings to try when next in Paris. Oysters and Champagne The locally-sourced French oysters are from Normandy […]

A New Source for Nutritious Omega-3s

A New Source for Nutritious Omega-3s

We should all know that Omega-3’s a Keys to good health, and here’s no shortage of reasons to get omega-3s, which are abundant in fish and their oils. But high consumption of fish and their oils has created a shortage around the world. In addition, fish can be costly, and there are also concerns about […]

Avoiding ‘Inflam-aging’

Avoiding ‘Inflam-aging’

Dampening inflammation is a must for people with chronic inflammatory diseases like rheumatoid arthritis. But you can be exposed to damaging inflammation without having a specific medical condition. Inflammation prevents the body from adequately reacting to stressors and puts the aging process on an unwanted fast track, increasing the likelihood of problems like heart disease. The […]

Chronic Pain, Relieve it Naturally

Chronic Pain, Relieve it Naturally

Millions of Americans and millions more worldwide suffer from chronic pain. According to statistics pain affects more people in the United States than diabetes, heart disease, and cancer combined. The National Institutes of Health says that 25.3-M American adults suffer from daily pain, while 23.4-M report that they are in a lot of pain. “Pain […]

Beyond Meat (NASDAQ:BYND) Deep Dives When Investors Come ‘Out or the Ozone’

Beyond Meat (NASDAQ:BYND) Deep Dives When Investors Come ‘Out or the Ozone’

$BYND Beyond Meat (NASDAQ:BYND) seemed like it was the hottest stock on the board…but it was overhyped and is overvalued. Its innovative “plant-based meat” is now found in the frozen food section of thousands of grocery stores. Carl’s Jr., Del Taco, and a few other restaurant chains sell its products, too. It supposedly tastes just […]

Real Food Means a Healthy Brain

Real Food Means a Healthy Brain

We all should know that eating well is important for our physical health, but it is also essential for healthy brain function, and anything that we put into our bodies affects us. Healthy diets bring good results, whereas, unhealthy eating habits can cause some unwanted side-effects. Undereating may cause fatigue, fainting and dizziness, dehydration, low […]

Taiji cove: Japan’s controversial dolphin hunt begins

Taiji cove: Japan’s controversial dolphin hunt begins

The dolphins that are captured are either sold into captivity, or slaughtered for their meat. Japan’s controversial annual dolphin hunt has begun in the coastal town of Taiji. The hunting season, which is fiercely criticized by animal rights activists around the world, started on Sunday in the town of Wakyama Prefecture and will continue for […]

Discover Japan, Eat Sushi for Breakfast

Discover Japan, Eat Sushi for Breakfast

Glimpse a fading cultural icon in Kyoto’s Gion neighborhood If Japan has a face, it’s to be found in this small district directly adjacent to Yasaka Shrine, for it’s here that the geisha, or geiko, as they are known in Kyoto live and work. Contrary to popular belief, geiko are not prostitutes. Yes, many of […]

Nurture Your Brain with Real Food

Nurture Your Brain with Real Food

A healthy diet can help promote positive thinking, there is Power in Positive Thinking Having a healthy diet can lead you to have a more positive outlook and not just about being healthy. If you eat the correct foods, you can raise the levels of serotonin, and this acts as a mood stabilizer. Not only […]

Discover Singapore, You May Not Want to Leave

Discover Singapore, You May Not Want to Leave

Land at an Airport you cannot, will not believe Singapore’s Changi International Airport, the best-run airport in the world is not only clean and efficient, it’s packed with perks you would not expect to find in an airport. It has a butterfly garden, a swimming pool, a gym, a spa, a movie theater, an arcade, a […]

Osaka: Japan’s 2nd City, but 1st in the Hearts of Many Foodies

Osaka: Japan’s 2nd City, but 1st in the Hearts of Many Foodies

Japan’s second-largest city by population, Osaka is #1 in the hearts of countless visitors and natives. Some say it’s less conventionally beautiful than other major cities, but Osaka is bursting with character, not to mention more amazing food than you can shake a chopstick at, hence its long association with the word kuidaore meaning “to […]

So You Want to Be a Successful Stock Trader, Well This is What it Takes

So You Want to Be a Successful Stock Trader, Well This is What it Takes

For those of you serious about trading for a living, the following is a list of characteristics found in every highly successful trader. Realize that 1% of the people who play this game take 99% of the profits. That means 99% of people who call themselves “traders” are giving over all their money to the […]

Why Blood Pressure Matters

Why Blood Pressure Matters

A healthy blood pressure is 1 of the Key measures of a healthy heart, so our blood pressure is vitally important. The Big Q: What is blood pressure? The Big A: Blood pressure is a measure of the force against the walls of the human bodies arteries in response to the pumping of the heart. […]

Protect Your Heart and Your Brain

Protect Your Heart and Your Brain

“It’s never too late to improve your brain health,” says Lainey Younkin, MS, RD, LDN, registered dietitian and founder of Lainey Younkin Nutrition. These tips may help improve your physical health, your brain health, and your cognitive abilities, they are as follows. Aim for 150 mins or more of aerobic exercise each week. If you have […]

American Festivals Worth Traveling To

American Festivals Worth Traveling To

From art to food to music and more, there are lot of festivals every year throughout the United States, giving us plenty to celebrate. Some are quirky, and some are unique, some celebrate food and others celebrate art. No matter what you are into, there is sure to be a fantastic event somewhere in the […]

Fruit Consumption Myths and Dieting

Fruit Consumption Myths and Dieting

Summer means fruit. Some varieties as appetising as melon, watermelon, peaches and strawberries are in season. And hot temperatures can put us in the mood for light and fresh meals. Indeed visitors from cooler areas to sunny climes, such as Spain, might be tempted to ‘fruit binge’, cutting back on other foodstuffs. That can be […]

“The State of US Health”

“The State of US Health”

The Key to good health and long life is to eat Real food and avoid sugar in all forms and at all cost. A new report on “The State of US Health” published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), ranked “dietary risks” as the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in the […]

San Diego Restaurant Week

San Diego Restaurant Week

The coveted San Diego Restaurant Week returns for its 15th scrumptious year on Sunday, September 22nd, 2019 through Sunday, September 29th, 2019 for an edible extravaganza to celebrate the end of the summer season! For 8 delicious days only, over 180 participating restaurants will offer three-course prix-fixe dinner menus for $20, $30, $40, $50, or $60 per person and/or two-course prix-fixe lunch menus for $10, $15, $20 or $25 per person. This foodie-favorited week is the perfect time to […]

Staying Healthy on an Airplane

Staying Healthy on an Airplane

It is inevitable, spend a few hours in a confined space with a couple hundred other bodies at 30-K+ ft and we are likely going to get sick, yes? It is true that traveling carries certain risks to our health, catching a cold is not a foregone conclusion. From reducing our exposure to germs to prepping our […]

Protein Chips – New Trend Among Fitness Gurus

Protein Chips – New Trend Among Fitness Gurus

Tacos shouldn’t be confined to Tuesdays, so today Quest Nutritionannounced the launch of Loaded Taco Tortilla Style Protein Chips, a taco-flavor fiesta with 19 grams of protein and only 4 grams of net carbs per bag. Now, every day is taco day. “Americans consume more than 4.5 billion tacos every yeari, so in our quest to […]

American’s Love Burgers, Here are the Best and the Worst from the Fast Food Chains

American’s Love Burgers, Here are the Best and the Worst from the Fast Food Chains

$JACK, $WEN, $QSR, $MCD FLASH: Of the 14 burger chains, Jack in the Box (JACK), Wendy’s (WEN), Carl’s Jr., Burger King (QSR) and McDonald’s (MCD) were ranked the least favorite among customers, with McDonald’s in last place. Burgers are one of America’s favorite foods, but there’s one clear winner among American burger chains, according to […]

Companies Coming Together To Support Kids Nutrition

Companies Coming Together To Support Kids Nutrition

Orgain, makers of high-quality, doctor-developed delicious clean nutrition products, is pleased to join Whole Foods Market. In an effort to improve children’s nutrition as a core sponsor of Whole Kids Foundation’s Growing Healthy Kids Campaign. Orgain will contribute five percent of product sales – up to $50,000 – of their Kids Protein Organic Nutrition Shakes. All to […]

Europe’s Casual Dining To Reach $17 Billion In Revenue

Europe’s Casual Dining To Reach $17 Billion In Revenue

A lot of the growth and innovation is being fueled in the fast and casual dining market by small and regional chains. Similar to the relationship between the Instagram generation and strong marketing of small brands. This has shifted expectations around restaurant designs, ingredient sourcing, services, and food. Europe has demonstrated high potential for casual dining […]

Why Gardening Good for Us…

Why Gardening Good for Us…

Most people start gardening because they have a desire to grow their own food and/or beautify or otherwise alter their landscape. But, most people garden because the benefits are just too good to pass up. Below are come of the Key reasons why, as follows: Stress Relief: A study published in the Journal of Health Psychology […]

Things to Do in Florence, Italy

Things to Do in Florence, Italy

It is not a Q of what to do in Florence, it is a Question of how much and when. With its selection of museums, galleries, boutiques, and storied sites, this Tuscan city has something for everyone, from contemporary art fans and food lovers to sports fans and shoppers. To experience the Italian city to […]

The ‘OMAD’ Diet is Here

The ‘OMAD’ Diet is Here

FLASH: OMAD is the acronym for “one meal a day,” it involves eating all your nutrients in a 1-hr time frame, with nothing more other than calorie-free beverage options, for the remaining 23 hrs per day. The OMAD diet is an extreme form of intermittent fasting (or 16/8), and involves eating all your nutrients in […]

Ax Added Sugars From Your Diet

Ax Added Sugars From Your Diet

FLASH: Finally, people are getting the message about the dangers of sugar. Fully, 70% of Americans have cut back on foods high in added sugars aka processed foods, that according to a survey by the International Food Information Council Foundation, but there is a long way to go. A Key ways to reduce your sugar […]

Getting Through a Day on No Sleep

Getting Through a Day on No Sleep

FLASH: These tips will help you survive the day when you are running on empty. Sleepless nights happen to the best of us. Maybe you tossed and turned all night long, were up working on an urgent deadline or had a bit too much fun celebrating last night and it ate into your shuteye. Whatever the […]

I Cannot Write Enough About Brain Food: Dark Chocolate is Tops

I Cannot Write Enough About Brain Food: Dark Chocolate is Tops

FLASH: Dark chocolate, brain food at its best! Dark chocolate is full of neuroprotective flavonoids which benefit the health of the brain by promoting brain plasticity and helping your brain cells live longer. These flavonoids enhance cerebral blood flow which helps to improve attention span, memory, problem solving capabilities and reaction time. The flavonoid epicatechin […]

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