If you are planning on attending a New Year’s celebration, you may want to take a few precautions to lessen your chances of starting the New Year with an alcohol-related hangover. The surefire way to keep a clear head is not to drink at all and to be the designated driver for your friends who … Read more5 Ways To Minimize A Hangover This New Year’s Day
This tip is courtesy of the new, improved Weil Vitamin Advisor. Visit today for your free, personalized recommendation. Constipation can often be resolved successfully with simple lifestyle changes – try these five natural approaches that promote healthy elimination: Eat a fiber-rich diet. Include high-fiber steelcut oats or truly whole grains in your morning meal; add extra servings of … Read more5 Ways To Stay Regular This Holiday Season
A one-pot wonder, soup is pleasing and filling. To get the most out of your soups this fall and winter, consider these three suggestions. Add beans and legumes. They are an excellent source of vegetarian protein, high in folic acid, a great source of fiber and a low-glycemic-index food. Try our Lentil Soup recipe. Add whole grains. … Read moreWant To Warm Up? Try Some Healthy Homemade Soup!
Frequent panic attacks – episodes of severe anxiety that last for 10 minutes or more, and occur for no obvious reason – affect many people. While drugs are commonly prescribed to curb the attacks, other natural ways of treating the condition may be just as beneficial without concerning side effects. If you or a loved … Read moreExperiencing Panic Attacks? 4 Ways To Address Them
When you thank your friends and family this holiday season, the reasons to do so may extend beyond good wishes, and actually benefit you and your health. Study after study has shown that social connections – through family, friends or with companion animals – seem to pay off in terms of good health, longevity and … Read moreBeing Thankful For Your Family And Friends Is Healthy For You!
In addition to following an anti-inflammatory diet rich in antioxidants – certain supplements can help maintain the health of your eyes. Try these five: Vitamin C. This potent antioxidant helps prevent damage to the eye from free radical formation, may delay the progression of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), can help lower pressure in the eye … Read more5 Supplements That Promote Healthy Vision
This tip is courtesy of Dr. Weil on Healthy Aging – Your Online Guide to the Anti-Inflammatory Diet. Start your 14-day free trial now! Dr. Weil demonstrates how to make his famous Roasted Root Vegetables in his kitchen in Tucson, Arizona. According to Dr. Weil, “this simple dish comes together so quickly you won’t believe … Read moreWant To See How To Perfectly Roast Root Veggies? Read This
Including breath work into your daily routine can lower stress, improving overall health – useful particularly during the hectic holidays. The 4-7-8 (Relaxing) Breath can help: it is utterly simple, takes little time, requires no special equipment, and can be done anywhere. Although you can do the exercise in any position, sit with your back … Read moreHelp Manage Stress This Holiday Season By Doing This One Effective Thing
This tip is courtesy of Dr. Weil on Healthy Aging: Your Online Guide to the Anti-Inflammatory Diet. For more nutrition and health guidance, start your 14-day free trial now! Don’t let the temptation of holiday foods ruin your heart-healthy diet. Try these suggestions for a healthy Thanksgiving feast. Don’t over-salt your foods. Excessive sodium has been … Read more4 Tips For A Tasty Thanksgiving Meal
This tip is courtesy of Dr. Weil on Healthy Aging – Your Online Guide to the Anti-Inflammatory Diet. Start your 14-day free trial now! Butternut squash is the quintessential cold-weather vegetable, the perfect complement to everyday cold-season family meals or lavish holiday celebrations. It can be pureed, mashed and baked into pies or breads, but … Read moreTasty Holiday Dish: Roasted Glazed Butternut Squash
Cardiovascular disease remains one of the biggest health threats to Americans. For years, LDL (“bad”) cholesterol levels were the measuring stick for cardiovascular risk, but recent studies have indicated that elevated C-reactive protein (CRP) levels – which measure inflammation – may be a better indicator of one’s risk for heart attack and stroke. In particular, it … Read moreShould You Worry About C-Reactive Protein Levels?
This tip is brought to you courtesy of the Weil Vitamin Advisor – visit today for your completely free, personalized recommendation of vitamins and supplements. Holy basil or tulsi (Ocimum sanctum) is a sacred plant in India. It is a relative of our culinary basil, but has a stronger, clove-like aroma and taste. Indians do not use … Read moreShould You Take Holy Basil? 5 Reasons To Consider It
This post was originally published on this siteThe shorter daylight hours of the winter season can affect sleep, productivity and state of mind. Light therapy (also known as phototherapy) may help. It uses specially designed boxes that emit full-spectrum light to simulate sunlight. While still a relatively unknown treatment, light therapy has been shown to … Read moreFeeling Blue? Shorter Daylight Hours May Be Affecting You
This post was originally published on this siteThis tip is courtesy of Dr. Weil on Healthy Aging: Your Online Guide to the Anti-Inflammatory Diet. For more nutrition and health guidance, start your 14-day free trial now! Around the holidays, I like to look to the deeper meaning of the day – it transcends any particular food, … Read moreWondering What Dr. Weil Eats On Holidays? Find Out!
This post was originally published on this siteA True Food Kitchen cookbook exclusive! The term antioxidant isn’t common on restaurant menus, but it appears several times on ours, and our guests have responded positively. These muffins, liberally studded with dried berries and light on sugar, are on our weekend brunch menus. Add them to yours … Read moreThe Perfect Guest Breakfast: Antioxidant-Rich Muffins!