This tip is courtesy of the new and improved Weil Vitamin Advisor. Visit today for your free, personalized supplement plan! When planning your grocery list for this week’s meals, spend time focusing on the first meal of the day! It’s easy to eat right in the morning: the ideal breakfast should provide one quarter to one third … Read more6 Healthy Ways To Start Your Day!
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! Pink or white, with seeds or seedless, grapefruit is delicious, tart and refreshing. Eating it regularly is a great way to get your vitamin C in just a few … Read more3 Reasons You Should Start The Day With Grapefruit
To help reduce the risk of a recurrence, heart attack survivors need to take charge of their lifestyle. Diet and exercise are key components of a successful recovery, and the following tips will benefit anyone at risk for a second (or for that matter, a first) heart attack. Manage the big risk factors. Quit smoking, … Read moreWorried About Heart Health? 4 Ways To Prevent A Heart Attack
Lupus is an autoimmune disease, with symptoms that range from mild to life-threatening, but it can also go into remission for weeks, months, and even years. More serious forms are difficult to manage medically – immunosuppressive drugs such as prednisone can control severe symptoms, but should be used with caution, as they can reduce the … Read more4 Dietary Tweaks For Those With An Autoimmune Disease
Procrastination is very common, whether it is related to work, home or personal life. But chronic indecisiveness and delay can eventually undermine a healthy lifestyle. The good news is there are simple ways to help overcome these tendencies. You can address procrastination through behavioral workshops, group therapy, individual therapy or with some of the following … Read more7 Simple Ways To Address Procrastination – Starting Now!
Perspiration itself is normally odorless – it’s the bacterial breakdown of sweat that causes most body odor. If you suffer from body odor, consider the following natural ways to combat it: Splash rubbing alcohol under your arms to reduce bacteria. Avoid if you have irritated skin or open sores. Eliminate caffeine. Stimulant drugs, like caffeine, contribute … Read moreBody Odor Bugging You? Try These 5 Natural Suggestions
Made from large rock crystals of salt mined in Pakistan and India, Himalayan salt lamps range from pink to orange in color but can also be brown or off-white. They provide a soothing light when carved out and a candle or light bulb is placed within. This light is sometimes credited with offering up a … Read moreAre Himalayan Salt Lamps Healthy Or A Hoax?
This tip is courtesy of the new and improved Weil Vitamin Advisor. Visit today for your free, personalized supplement plan! If you want to support a healthy immune system this season, make sure your diet includes plenty of natural vitamin C. This powerful antioxidant plays a central role in the repair and regeneration of tissues, helps protect … Read more10 Foods That Are Good Sources Of Vitamin C
This tip is courtesy of Dr. Weil on Healthy Aging: Your Online Guide To The Anti-Inflammatory Diet. Get more nutrition and health advice – and save 30% – when you start your 14-day free trial! When it comes to spreads for your bread (whole grain, high-fiber versions of course!), I am a longtime proponent of extra … Read moreIs Butter Or Margarine The Healthier Choice To Use?
This tip is courtesy of Dr. Weil’s Spontaneous Happiness blog. Visit today for more healthy inspirations and insight! Considered by many practitioners to be the most important part of a yoga session, the Corpse Pose is often used as the final pose of a yoga sequence to promote relaxation and recovery. Possible benefits of … Read morePromote Relaxation In 2019 With This Yoga Pose
This tip is courtesy of the new and improved Weil Vitamin Advisor. Visit today for your free, personalized supplement plan! Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant and an essential nutrient, meaning our bodies cannot make it and we must obtain it via food or supplementation. Specifically, vitamin C: Plays a central role in the repair and … Read moreAre You Getting Enough Vitamin C? 3 Reasons You Need It
Popcorn can be a healthful snack, as it is a good source of fiber and relatively low in calories. However, if you want to partake in this movie-watching favorite, steer clear of microwave popcorn. Not only are most microwavable varieties loaded with artificial flavors, sodium and unhealthy fat, but they can expose you to chemicals … Read moreIs Store-Bought Microwave Popcorn Unhealthy?
If you develop a rash or itchiness when wearing jewelry, you are likely allergic to the metals in the jewelry, in particular, nickel. Nickel – a component of metal alloys found in jewelry – is a common allergen that is becoming more prevalent as nickel is used in jewelry, eyeglass frames, zippers, belt buckles and … Read moreAre You Allergic To Your Jewelry? See What May Be The Cause
Adopting prudent lifestyle habits and eating a healthy diet are the best ways to achieve optimal health. You can help minimize risks of heart disease and promote a strong cardiovascular system by adding these anti-inflammatory foods to your diet: Nuts, especially almonds, walnuts, cashews and macadamias contain heart-healthy monounsaturated fat. Eat a moderate portion of … Read more5 Foods That Are Good For The Health Of Your Heart
This tip is courtesy of the Weil Vitamin Advisor. Visit today for your free supplement recommendation! Prehypertension – also called “high-normal” blood pressure – affects an estimated 25 percent of American adults, about the same number as those diagnosed with high blood pressure. Prehypertension is systolic pressure between 120 and 139 mmHg over diastolic pressure of … Read moreWorried About Hypertension? 5 Things Dr. Weil Suggests
This tip is courtesy of Dr. Weil on Healthy Aging: Your Online Guide To The Anti-Inflammatory Diet. Get more nutrition and health advice – and save 30% – when you start your 14-day free trial! Even if you are diligent about packing healthful foods when traveling, or finding restaurants with nutritious choices when eating out, … Read more5 Healthier Fast Food Suggestions
When your throat gets the telltale tickle of soreness, you’ll first want to be sure it’s not a serious infection. Strep throat is usually accompanied by a fever (101 degrees F or higher) along with large, swollen and tender neck lymph nodes, and should be promptly tested – and if positive, treated. Many sore throats, … Read more4 Ways To Minimize Sore Throat Pain And Discomfort
If you have ever heard that a crease in the earlobes – specifically one that runs diagonally – indicates an increased risk of heart disease, you aren’t alone. More than 30 studies over the past few decades have examined whether an earlobe crease is a sign of heart disease or suggests a higher-than-normal risk of … Read moreDoes A Creased Earlobe Mean Heart Disease?
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! Quality carbohydrates are an essential part of a balanced, healthful diet. If pasta is your go-to carb, there are ways to take advantage of this low-cost food … Read moreLove Pasta? Try These 5 Healthy Pasta Tips
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! Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is a culinary spice, a major ingredient in Indian curries, and the source of American mustard’s bright yellow color. Used as both medicine and … Read moreIs The Hype About Turmeric Really True? Get Dr. Weil’s Take
If chapped lips or dry skin are a problem, find natural relief with calendula, an herbal remedy made from the petals of the ornamental “pot marigold” flower. Available in tinctures, oils, lotions and creams, look for products with at least 10-percent extract of Calendula officinalis. A gentle, effective remedy is to wash the skin with a diluted … Read moreAre Your Lips Dry And Chapped? Try This Natural Solution
You may have heard the widespread myth that you shouldn’t drink alcohol while taking antibiotics. While drinking probably won’t lessen the actual effects of most antibacterial drugs, alcohol can lower your general energy and may delay your recovery – so it is best to minimize drinking until you’ve finished any prescribed course of antibiotic treatment. … Read moreShould You Drink Alcohol When Taking Antibiotics?
This tip is courtesy of Dr. Weil’s Spontaneous Happiness blog. Visit today for more healthy inspirations and insight! If you experience anxiousness and troubled sleep, but don’t want to use prescription or over-the-counter sedatives, consider jasmine. Researchers have found that the scent of jasmine is as effective as Valium and similar drugs for relieving anxiety, … Read moreTrouble Sleeping? Try This Scent
This tip is courtesy of the Weil Vitamin Advisor. Visit today for your free supplement recommendation! If you have a personal or family history of heart disease, reducing risks in as many ways as possible is essential, but can be challenging and confusing. Eating an anti-inflammatory diet, being lean, getting regular exercise and managing stress are … Read moreCoQ10 And Heart Health: The Link
Witch hazel is a liquid distillation of the leaves, bark and twigs of a common shrub (Hamamelis virginiana), which is native to North America. It can usually be found on drugstore shelves next to rubbing alcohol and hydrogen peroxide, yet many people are unfamiliar with it. That’s unfortunate, because it’s a safe, effective remedy for … Read more4 Ways To Use Witch Hazel
Past tips have discussed the best foods for your heart. Today, we cover some foods and ingredients that are not so heart-healthy. Minimize these inflammatory aggravators in your diet to help promote optimal cardiovascular function for life. Trans-fats. Found in most margarines, snack foods, processed foods and some cooking oils, these fats (often listed on … Read moreWant To Eat For Your Heart? Avoid These 4 Foods
This tip is courtesy of the Weil Vitamin Advisor. Visit today for your free, personalized supplement plan! Vitamin B2, also called riboflavin, is a water-soluble vitamin present in most animal and plant tissues. It is one of the essential B vitamins, a family of compounds that help support adrenal function, calm and maintain a healthy nervous … Read moreAre You Getting All The Vitamin B2 You Need?
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! As we age, our metabolism slows down, which can lead to weight gain. But small dietary adjustments can help minimize unwanted pounds in our middle years. Try … Read moreWeight Loss 101: 3 Foods To Help Boost Your Metabolism
You’ve heard it dozens of times – nuts are good for you, but don’t eat too many because they are full of fat and calories. However, research indicates that the reality is somewhat more complex – and that’s good news for nut-lovers who are watching their weight. A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition revealed … Read moreWant To Lose Weight? Add Almonds To Your Diet
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! If you want to lose weight, get real. That means avoiding fake food products that contain artificial sweeteners and synthetic fat substitutes. Not only are they … Read moreCan Artificial Sweeteners Help You Lose Weight – Or Cause Weight Gain?